Dr. Stacy Sims of Osmo Nutrition sat down with guest blogger and athlete, Matt Borowski, to discuss the fourth discipline: Nutrition.
You might be a fish in the pool, where visibility is clear, waves are nonexistent, and a handy wall clock tracks your pace.
You have aspirations, the best intentions and you’re motivated, but your weekly training is so often limited with that full bucket of life you have
Our theme this month is the “busy athlete” and there’s no better way to illustrate the purplepatch methodology for managing around a complex schedule to help an athlete realize a dream, than to profile one of our own athletes.
This month’s theme is “the busy athlete”, which is a bit of an oxymoron since I challenge you to find anyone that claims they’re “not busy”. Throw training for swimbikerun into the mix and many triathletes are juggling a fairly hectic schedule.
Multiple days of “all triathlon, all the time” could be your idea of heaven… or perhaps hell ;) … but there’s no mistaking the value of an immersive triathlon camp experience where learning and practice go hand in hand across the triathlon disciplines of swim, bike and run.