Push Hard Multisport News for 05-21-2018

Wetsuit-Bike-Trainers Here we are, almost mid August and no races done or planned for this month. Apart from training as usual which includes plenty of running and some Strength and Core workouts, some friends and I decided to make it interesting and do a 30 day challenge. The great thing about it is that six […]

Push Hard Multisport News for 05-20-2018

Stronger, Faster, Longer After my last post, I had my last week of class at GMU and my final exam for my last prerequisite for vet school, Public Speaking. The purpose of our last speech was to persuade our classmates to make a donation to a charity and then everyone voted on the best speech, […]

Push Hard Multisport News for 05-12-2018

The Random Triathlete The Olympic is twice as long as the Sprint, the Half Iron twice as long as the Olympic, and the Iron is a several mile swim followed by over 100 miles of biking and then a full marathon at the end. The time limit for Irons is 17 hours so people don’t […]

Push Hard Multisport News for 05-01-2018

My journal of goals, race results, recipes and random thoughts on things I think about while training for triathlon. After my injury I took a couple of weeks off and those weeks turned into over a month. The break was great, I needed it more than I thought. All of the books I’ve read talk […]

Push Hard Multisport News for 04-17-2018

The London Triathlon 2012 The benefits of driving down to the triathlon with supportive friends far outweighed the chances of failing a random drugs test and so I arrived at the cavernous temple of mass participation events that is the Excel Centre. So early I could have registered for the London Triathlon 2011 but decided […]

Push Hard Multisport News for 04-14-2018

Gordon Ramsay is forced to withdraw from Ironman triathlon in Hawaii Gordon Ramsay was pushed to his limit when he was forced to withdraw from the Ironman World Championships triathlon in Hawaii, which included a 2.4-mile ocean swim, 112-mile bike leg and marathon run, after suffering severe dehydration on Saturday. The 48-year-old TV chef was […]

Push Hard Multisport News for 04-13-2018

‘Citius, Altius, Fortius’ Although the swimming pool is heated the weather was only just starting to change for the better and so on Andy’s advice wetsuits were the order of the day This was actually really good as it provided a great opportunity to practice swimming in a wetsuit, and the extra buoyancy a wetsuit […]

Push Hard Multisport News for 04-08-2018

Becoming an Ironman Your carefully planned program for Ironman training should take into consideration the particular course challenges you’ll be faced with on race day. 2007 10:49 Uhr Seite 50 BECOME AN IRONMAN 50 Becoming Ironman Rich Clark on his way to yet another of many course records 9 Faster Is Better: Biking We’ve been […]

Push Hard Multisport News for 03-31-2018

The Right Stuff Sandy, Utah native Heidi Strickler was planning to major in Physical Therapy when she went to Seattle Pacific University on a soccer scholarship, but she took her first nutrition class her freshman year and found her calling. Strickler also became a serious Cross Country/Track & Field runner her Junior year at SPU […]

Push Hard Multisport News for 03-14-2018

velofix Announces 2017 Triathlon Team and “The Man” Dave Scott as Official Triathlon Coach North America’s largest fleet of Mobile Bike Shops has added four Pro Triathletes and re-signed agreements with existing Triathlete Team for 2017. Velofix offers a premium, convenient service for triathletes and cyclists. The velofix service offering works perfectly with the busy […]