• Goal, Balance, Change, Enjoy – Great advice from Coach Luis Vargas

    Submitted by 303Triathlon on January 6th, 2014

    From Mark Allen Online Coach Luis Vargas: 4 tips for a better 2014 by Luis Vargas The number one reason for success is you. That is right, the athlete is number one. It’s not the plan, it’s not the coach and it’s not the support system. All of these play a role for sure butRead More

    • Monday Masters: Developing Good Form

      Submitted by 303Triathlon on January 6th, 2014

      “…an athlete who wants to change a well ingrained bad habit has to swallow pride and move down a lane or two and stay there until the habit is gone under all circumstances…” (Note: This article first appeared on D3’s site and is written by Simon Butterworth) Five years ago this month my wife IngridRead More

      • New Year’s Discount on MHM Open Water Swims!

        Submitted by 303Triathlon on January 1st, 2014

          For those of you planning ahead for 2014, registration opens tomorrow for open water swimming at Grant Ranch in Lakewood, CO. Through January 3rd, MileHigh Multisport is offering a $20 discount on season passes only. Use promotional code “loyalcustomer.”MHM is also hosting two open water swim races in 2014. The first is May 25th andRead More

        • 303COMMUNITY: Morrison’s Richard Kalasky Turns Obesity into Opportunity

          Submitted by 303Triathlon on November 15th, 2013

          If ever there were a story of determination and triumph, this is one. Meet Richard Kalasky, Atlanta native, resident of Morrison, CO for the last eight years. During these years in Colorado Richard has made significant lifestyle changes, prompted by a harsh, painful diagnosis: he was told by a doctor in Crested Butte that he was “too fat to live at altitude” and needed to move back to sea level. Richard says that was his “a-ha” moment. Read more