Push Hard Multisport News for 05-10-2018

8 Tips To Stay Healthy When You’re Crazy Busy

I’ve been an adult college student for the last four years, so I know what it’s like to be a responsible adult student trying to keep up with kids half her age while staying healthy at the same time. This saves time, money and inches on your waist! It’s only a hassle to do this the first week of starting the new routine. Having Tupperware containers full of salads and breakfast casseroles is a big win for a successful week of eating! Most foods will stay fresh for several days in the fridge. That’s the recipe to successful dinners during stressful times! I know this because I’ve pretty much stopped eating solid foods for breakfast these days and enjoy a quick protein shake instead. Less clean up, less time, just as filling and healthy! It’s amazing to have an unbiased person to help guide you in life, especially during stressful times. You might not feel like you have the time to schedule in a session to talk to someone for one or two hours a month, but believe me, you do. Sharing your current stresses with someone can take a huge weight off your shoulders. You can’t be everything to everyone, and you’re no good to anyone if you’re worn too thin on time. The time and physical energy required to do this kind of training will certainly take away from time with friends and family, and add stress to your life that you may not be capable of handling for very long.

Keywords: [“time”,”life”,”take”]
Source: https://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-15152/8-tips-to-stay-healthy-when…

10 Ways for Women to Integrate Triathlon Training Into Their Lives

By its nature, the sport of triathlon attracts overachievers. Adding a triathlon training program to family, work, and other commitments creates a very busy life. Professional triathletes and twin …. By its nature, the sport of triathlon attracts overachievers. As contributors to The Women’s Guide to Triathlon, they offer 10 ways to plan and prioritize so triathlon becomes a natural part of a woman’s life without becoming a stress or a burden. Similar to the idea of setting weekly goals, the Wassners recommend getting the calendar out and looking at the week ahead. Identify the commitments you have, along with the windows of time when you might be able to fit in workouts. The Wassners recommend planning for meals and snacks, having a supply of pre- and postworkout snacks on hand, and eating nutritious meals before and after big training days. You can also use a triathlon as an excuse to visit a place you’ve always wanted to visit but never had the opportunity or a reason to do so. Once you’ve identified a block of time for training, maximize every minute by sticking to the plan. Finally, the Wassners can’t overemphasize the importance of remembering that triathlon is something to enjoy. Authored by USA Triathlon, the national governing body of the sport, The Women’s Guide to Triathlon is the definitive companion for female triathletes.

Keywords: [“triathlon”,”Wassner”,”time”]
Source: http://www.athletictrainers.myindustrytracker.com/en/article/73066/10…

Danskin Triathlon Recap: My First Sprint Triathlon!

I participated in the Danskin Triathlon Series, specifically the one in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin. It was a sprint triathlon: 1/2 mile swim, 12 mile bike, 3.1 mile run. Race Morning Prep/ Transition Zone: While I thought that Danskin handled the triathlon itself well, the set up was a hot mess, and the volunteers didn’t seem to know much of what was going on that day. Coming into T1. Biking: As you might remember, as of the beginning of July I hadn’t been on a bike in over a decade, and only got on it because I knew that I only had 4 weeks to train for this triathlon. The biking portion went really well, and I biked much faster than I have in any training ride. At the end of the ride we biked over a bridge, and then turned around and biked back across it again. Transition 2: Because I didn’t wear biking shoes, and just wore my tennis shoes, this transition should’ve been faster. Running out of T2. Running: I wasn’t super concerned about this leg either, although I did worry the previous two activities if I was pacing ok so that I’d have energy for the run. My PR for a 5k is 30:48, so this was definitely much slower, but 35 minutes is about what I’ve been running pace wise all summer, so considering that I had done 2 events before this, I feel pretty good. So- to put it in one single sentence: I finished a triathlon and I loved it!

Keywords: [“run”,”bike”,”triathlon”]
Source: https://fightingforwellness.wordpress.com/2012/08/28/danskin…

Trisutto Triathlon Training

If an athlete has a preference for a particular coach that is super, but if not we help decide which coach would be most suitable. It’s important to have a good coaching relationship. Some athletes prefer a male or female coach, but also as we are international company we have coaches from various countries and often find athletes and coaches of similar nationalities communicate work best. Before starting to work with a Trisutto coach, the process is usually a Skype or phone call for the coach and athlete to learn more about each other, and for the athlete to be able to ask any and all questions they wish. All of our Trisutto coaches have been coached by Brett as athletes and/or mentored as coaches, and use his training methods and principles in their own coaching. Each coach has their own style, hence matching coach to athlete is important. The majority of our coaches schedule workouts one week at a time to be able to incorporate feedback and help tailor training specifically to the athlete. Simply purchase the coaching product – this pays your first months coaching fee, and creates a monthly subscription that charges your credit card / PayPal account on the same day each month. There is no minimum period of commitment and the coaching can be cancelled at any time. Athletes can also request their coaching to be placed ‘on hold’ should they wish to take a break.

Keywords: [“coach”,”athlete”,”coaches”]
Source: http://trisutto.com/online-coaching

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