• UC Boulder seeking well-trained cyclists, triathletes for VO2max study

    Submitted by 303Triathlon on August 1st, 2016

    The Applied Exercise Science Lab at the University of Colorado Boulder is seeking well trained female cyclists (category 3 or greater) and triathletes (USAtriathalon license) aged 18-42 who are currently training more than 8 hours per week to participate in a study investigating factors that influence VO2max… Read more

    • Friday Fun: The Secret Lives of Trisexuals

      Submitted by 303Triathlon on July 29th, 2016

      From Elevation Outdoors

      Do you have enough love in your heart, and gear in your closet, to crush three sports at once?

      Who are those hairless wonders we see biking and running around, still emblazoned with race numbers etched on their over-sunned, über-lean bodies, wearing nothing more than skimpy bikini bathing suits (regardless of gender) and compression wear over their lower legs, triceps and just about every other visible muscle?

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      • Weekend Preview: Get Out and Play

        Submitted by 303Triathlon on July 28th, 2016

        Great events this weekend!

        Stroke N Stride is almost finished for the season, be sure to get out and join the fun.
        BAM Bare Bones Swim for some extra IM Boulder practice.

        If you’re headed to the mountains check out XTERRA Aspen Valley, Copper Crush and 8 hrs of Aspen alley

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        • 303 Snow Cones at Ironman Boulder!

          Submitted by 303Triathlon on July 28th, 2016

          303’s very popular Snow Cone Aid Staton will be back this year! This time at Bike Aid Station #4, on St. Vrain Road. We’ll be teaming up with CDOT – Helping Hands, who is operating the aid station, and we’ll be there with icey, slushie goodness right alongside. . . Read more

          • Tri Coach Tuesday: Acupuncture?

            Submitted by 303Triathlon on July 26th, 2016

            What sorts of body maintenance do you commit to in order to train and race the way you want? Massage and yoga are pretty common.

            What about acupuncture? Lots of folks have issues with “needles” or hesitant to be a “pin cushion”. Personally, I love it. It gives me a chance to lay there and relax for an hour and I almost always have some immediate relief. I find that I have my best training sessions or races 2-3 days after a session.

            USAT Coach Sandy Bikus recommends athletes consider adding it to their maintenance program. Read more