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 05-16-2018

Directory We focus on ALL elements of swimming, specialising in transferring pool based swimming into an openwater swimming. We work with every level of swimmer, from water phobic swimmers to advance elite swimmers and triathletes. Swim for Tri is lead by open water specialist swimmer and Speedo accredited coach Dan Bullock. Pete offers a range […]

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 05-07-2018

Tampa – Cliff Davis of Tampa, FL’s Blog As a real estate developer in Tampa, FL, Clifford J Davis has had over $200 million worth of successful projects in his 25-year career. Outside of his work life, Tampa, FL resident Cliff Davis serves as a board member for multiple charities, including PARC, a Florida-based nonprofit […]

Push Hard Multisport News for 05-05-2018

Triathlon Coaching Seth Davis was a Triathlon coach at the University of California Berkeley from 2000-2015. While coaching at Cal the triathlon team: won the USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championships, won 4 men’s triathlon national championships, won 1 women’s triathlon national championship and the triathlon team has had 3 individual collegiate triathlon national champions. Several […]

Push Hard Multisport News for 04-28-2018

A fire fighter, a teacher and a dentist: a look at the other lives of cycling pros While women’s cycling is evolving, it still has a long way to go. As a result, many pros race only part-time, spending the other half of their time supplementing their income with side jobs, studying or taking care […]

Push Hard Multisport News for 04-18-2018

Coach Gordo’s gTips: Tips for the Busy Triathlete Have a written plan in advance of your sessions; make your training time effective. Train at the appropriate intensity for your session goals; it’s tempting to seek to increase benefits by increasing intensity – however, your physiology is not impacted by the number of weekly hours you […]

Push Hard Multisport News for 04-15-2018

Coaching Triathlon, Ironman and Multisport Athletes As Barry has a demanding job and a young son it was important to utilise his available training time as effectively as possible and allow necessary downtime to spend with his family. Further breakthrough took place in the sea during a winter training camp, where with a few pointers […]

Push Hard Multisport News for 04-07-2018

Colorado Triathlon Coaches Billy Edwards of Billy the Kid Endurance is the Boulder-based coach of the successful Naval Academy Triathlon Collegiate Team. Head coach, Nick Morrison, is a USAT certified coach and has worked with athletes to finish their first triathlon, qualify for Age Group Nationals, and even qualify for Kona. Ryan Turbyfill, Practical Coaching, […]