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Stop Focusing On Weight

Stop putting so much emphasis on your weight and size. The more you focus on it the more it defines you and causes stress.

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20 Tips to Celebrating 20 years of Triathlon

20 Tips to Celebrating 20 years of Triathlon By Marci Goldberg Celebrating 20 years in triathlon isn’t just about finishing the race in a certain time; it’s all about learning invaluable lessons that help you grow as an athlete.

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Endurance Exchange: Unpacking Science & Strategies for Beginner Triathletes

Continual learning is a core value in my personal and professional life. Each year I choose one conference to attend where I can enhance my skills as a coach. When I read that USA Triathlon’s Endurance Exchange is “a community-driven platform that fosters collaboration, innovation, and inspiration” it aligned with my goals for this year so I was all in! I’m excited to share what I learned with you.

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How I Succeeded by Failing

How I Succeeded By Failing Have you ever wondered how people say things like “I ran 10 miles by accident”? In reality they are saying it wasn’t their goal. Trust me, nobody runs 10 miles by accident.

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20 Tools To Help You Get Started And Keep Moving Forward

Master Your Motivation 20 tools to help you get started and keep moving forward. Every athlete will face a time when you don’t feel like lacing up for a long run, doing sprints in the pool, powering through an FTP test on the bike or lifting weights.

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The Right Way to Ride Your Bike Indoors

As a triathlete or endurance cyclist there will come a time when you’ll ride your bike indoors. I know, half the fun of being on a bike is going outside to enjoy the fresh air and beautiful views. However, sometimes Mother Nature or everyday life has other ideas. Riding indoors can be safer and more comfortable during cold winters, hot summers, rain or wind. Sometimes your child’s soccer game or a last minute work meeting trumps the group ride. Or maybe you live in an area where roads are too busy or not maintained well.

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My Thoughts On The Impact of Society’s Body Expectations

Being an athlete in a bigger body is not easy. People assume you are not fit based on how you look. Actually people will find a way to judge your body no matter what size it is. Even if you are confident and feel comfortable in your body, those judgments will have an impact on you. I have lived in a bigger body most of my life. I am pretty tough; my size doesn’t stop me from doing anything.

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