Many athletes head to bed at an early hour to ensure enough hours of sleep each night to allow them to do all the things they need to do during the day.
However, the same principle applies to sleep as does training. Quality over Quantity.
D3 Multisport Coach Leigh Dodd shares some important research and tips on how to make this happen. Read more
Presented by Feedback Sports, professional triathlete Tyler Butterfield joins 303’s George Thomas to talk about his career thus far and the upcoming season, stage race triathlon, and including the Rio Olympics. “Olympic years are always a great year for sport in general…”
From Great Britain’s Tri247, authored by Brit-born, now-Colorado-resident Mark Cathcart, who is quickly becoming a terrific resource for Front Range triathlon wit and insight.
Originally published Wednesday 17th January 2007
In the Triathlon community the wearing of race T-shirts has become a sign of accomplishment and fashion. Choosing just the right T-shirt for that special occasion can be a daunting and difficult task. The following guidelines have been compiled to help the responsible T-shirt wearer avoid potential embarrassment and/or elevate their status… Read more
Today is National Donut Day. Here is a balanced perspective from 303’s Nicole Odell:
Maybe you’re trying to lean out or drop a few pounds so you decided to watch what you eat. You read the latest diet books or blogs, and decide to forgo all sweets. After a couple weeks of staying on course, you drive by Dunkin’ Donuts and can’t resist. So you get the combo meal of two donuts and a coffee. And then you are offered chocolate cake at a function so you have that, too… Read more