Push Hard Multisport News for 05-29-2018

Champion Chiropractic

Dr. Masters works with a combination of traditional Chiropractic and soft tissue therapies, such as Active Release Techniques® and Graston Technique® to effectively treat and resolve injuries. Dr. Pang has been practicing in the Edmonton area since 2012. Dr. Pang believes that practicing a holistic lifestyle helps provide optimal care to her patients. Angela Rosebrugh is a registered massage Therapist with almost 20 years of experience. In addition to her massage certification completed in 1996 at Mount Royal College, she also holds a 2200 hr massage certificate through MH Vicars Massage School. Years of continued education and training have created a blended massage technique that continues to evolve with years of practice. She maintains her professional commitment and skills by mentoring students as a clinic supervisor in a massage program. Shantel Thiessen is a registered massage therapist and specializes in deep tissue, sports massage therapy and neuromuscular therapy. She aspires to educate athletes in proper muscle maintenance and assist in boosting their performance through massage therapy. 9am – 1pm. Kathryn has been working as a registered massage therapist since 2011.

Keywords: [“massage”,”Dr.”,”work”]
Source: https://championchiro.ca/our-team

It’s not the size of the dog in the fight…

On the same weekend last year, I had entered the New Forest Middle Distance race as my first ever middle distance race. With minimal sleep, we managed to wake up with surprising energy and fuelled for the important race ahead by eating cereal out the packet. The rest of the week was spent trying to get the fatigue from the last two races out of my legs. One loop of the three loop course was 30km so I was confident I wouldn’t tire myself out for the race. As a result, I decided to train hard up to the race and then would begin my taper for Estonia almost immediately after the race. As a result I turned up on race day pretty sore but determined to have a good run out. As seems to be the norm at these races, we awoke at silly o’clock to have breakfast and then head over to the race venue to rack our bikes and get ready for the race. On the Friday I drove up to my base for the race: some cottages that were hired for the Durham contingent and numerous others that were racing. I’m happy to report its extremely nice, though strangely has you craving more as you finish it each time, turning the race into a hunt for an aid station. After a week in Devon, I trekked back to my parents house in order to race Blenheim Sprint.

Keywords: [“race”,”out”,”start”]
Source: https://benthehoward.wordpress.com/tag/triathlete

How to Fit Ironman Triathlon Training Into Your Busy Schedule

He talks about the balancing act athletes face, especially the one’s we face as triathletes, since we are training in three different disciplines all at the same time. David shares his four tips on how to manage your training around your work, your family and your social life. The most training I could do was just enough to complete a half Ironman – not too shabby, but also not my goal. When I first started out in my triathlon training, I had this grand plan of training thirty hours per week, going on 100 mile bike rides every weekend, and training in each discipline at least four times per week. Instead of trying to accomplish unrealistic goals of winning the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii, figure out how many hours per week you can devote to training. Then mold your triathlon training program around the amount of hours you have identified. Consistent triathlon training is the key to continuing down the path toward the goals you are trying to achieve. I make my triathlon training work by following the four principles outlined above when I put together my training schedule. The next question is what should go into that training schedule. That is the subject for another Ironman training article.

Keywords: [“train”,”time”,”triathlon”]
Source: https://thefitnessunderground.wordpress.com/2012/01/03/how-to-fit…

JLL Property Triathlon comes North

JLL and Peel Group have announced a new triathlon event which will take place this year on Friday 24 July at MediaCityUK, Salford Quays. The JLL Property Triathlon North, a jointly sponsored event between JLL and Peel, is expected to attract around 1,000 athletes from across the property industry. The sprint distance event is open to all levels of competitor and will comprise a 750m open water swim, 20km cycle and 5km run. Entrants can race either as an individual or as a team of three to form a relay. JLL’s corporate charity Starlight Children’s Foundation and the Peel Group’s charity Christie’s Cancer Research will benefit from the entry donations raised by the event. The JLL Property Triathlon North is the sister event of the property firm’s successful Property Triathlon and Property Swim which will be held once again at Dorney Lake near Eton on 3 July 2015. Now into its 9th year, this event is one of the UK’s largest triathlons and has raised £1.3m for charity. On the back of this success, we are excited to be able to bring the first JLL Property Triathlon North to the North West in the summer. Entries for the JLL Property Triathlon North will open at midday on Tuesday 3 February at www.

Keywords: [“triathlon”,”Property”,”JLL”]
Source: https://www.placenorthwest.co.uk/news/jll-property-triathlon-comes…

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