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No-Bake Protein Energy Bites

When you are training regularly for any event, be it a triathlon, running event, or even obstacle run, your body is working really hard to perform and also produce gains in endurance, strength, and speed. Protein helps re-build your worked ...

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Vanilla Blueberry Banana Oatmeal

By Brandon McDearis If you are like me, then it is quite rare that you ever start the day without a bowl of oatmeal. While people have been eating it for centuries, interest in oatmeal has increased in recent years ...

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Food… Get Real!

By Emily Ford Food certainly sustains us!  But often preparing a healthy meal is a chore rather than an enjoyable part of our daily routine.  Food gives us the energy we rely on for our daily lives yet meal preparation ...

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Running and Your Mental Health: A Perfect Combination

How and why running can help you cope with what life throws at you By Vickie Leff The mental and physical requirements of running align perfectly with tasks that improve your mental health. Setting and attaining goals, experiencing success and ...

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Why Do You Do It?

In three words, tell us: WHY DO YOU DO IT? That’s how we sought to find the reasons why women who read Endurance Magazine run, bike, swim, or go to the gym. Coming from women as old as 14 and as young as ...

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New Year, New You

If you’re adopting a new lifestyle focused around triathlon, you should consider re-inventing your diet as well.  As you adopt a new, active lifestyle it is imperative that you adopt a new eating philosophy if yours is currently in line ...

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There Are So Many Running Shoes. Which One Do I Choose?

The new year is upon us and many of you will be becoming triathletes in 2015. Before you begin your training program it is a good idea to get fitted for some good running shoes. Visit a local specialty run ...

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You’re Training Hard But… What About Recovery?

Each day, after deciding to sign up for a race, we are faced with something to do training wise… run, go swim, bike and then run, or strength train. But what about recovery? Are you incorporating enough recovery into your ...

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Do You Have Questions About Ramblin’ Rose? Here Are Some Answers!

Every year Ramblin’ Rose Women’s Triathlon Series sees countless women of all walks of life, ages, and athletic ability cross the finish line and become a triathlete. And every year the majority of our participants are new to the sport ...

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I Am In Transition….What Do I Do Now?

Transition seems to be a really stressful part of triathlon when you are just beginning. But there are some easy steps you can take to make this part of your race a little more simple. 1. Practice your transition mentally: ...

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