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Pain.
Thursday, 12 / 27 / 18
TAGS: Performance, Endurance, Sport Psychology, Pain, Limits, Metabolic Training, Cycling
We’ve all felt it. We’ve allowed it to dictate how we respond to injury. We use it as an alarm bell, warning us to stop or back off.
IRONMAN World Championships 2017 - Race Recap
Wednesday, 11 / 22 / 17
TAGS: Inspiration, Motivation, Ironman, Recovery, Training, Endurance, Sport Psychology, Triathlon, RELOAD
Let me begin by stating that I know this blog is long overdue. This weekend marked 5 weeks since I crossed the finish line at the IRONMAN World Championships in Kona. The delay in writing has nothing to do with my trip or the experience that I had.…
IRONMAN Mont Tremblant
Tuesday, 8 / 29 / 17
TAGS: Coaching, Inspiration, Ironman, Training, 18 Maple, Endurance
No one takes on an IRONMAN alone. The support from friends and family is pivotal in making across the finish line. You may be the one doing the work and putting one foot in front of the other but the without your crew literally and figuratively…
What's In A Name?
Thursday, 7 / 20 / 17
TAGS: Inspiration, Ironman, Training, 18 Maple, Endurance, Business
Since launching 18 Maple Endurance Training in February of this year, I've received numerous inquiries as to why I chose the name 18 Maple. Just this past weekend, while out in a training ride with the new tri kit, I was asked by fellow riders and…
Life of An Endurance Athlete - Is it Worth it?
Tuesday, 5 / 30 / 17
TAGS: Inspiration, Ironman, 18 Maple, Endurance
Finding a balance between training, work, family, friends, and life’s obligations is a one of the most challenging aspects of being an endurance athlete. Making it all work is often times harder than the actual training. So why do it? Is it worth…