Monthly Archives: June 2017

The Brick Workout You Aren’t Doing… But Should!

The majority of triathletes consider a brick workout to be a bike-run session. Rarely do they include a swim-bike brick in their training plan. If you haven’t tried a swim-bike brick before, you are missing out on a valuable training opportunity! Here are the top 3 benefits of adding a swim-bike brick into your routine: [...]

By |2017-06-21T08:31:23-06:00June 21st, 2017|Articles, Bike, Racing, Swim|

6 Tips to Live a Long & Healthy Life

This shot was recently taken of my dad, Verne, and me. My dad turned 93 on June 19th. He’s always been a huge supporter of me and my kids: attending and organizing swim meets, water polo matches and coming to Kona for most of my races... and, of course, doing all of things dads do that [...]

4 Race-Day Nutrition Mistakes that Undermine Your Performance

All too often I’ve seen athletes looking to PR -- or even win their Kona slot – who end up being plagued by nutritional problems that prevent them from reaching their goals. Does this sound like you? If so, then read on to avoid these 4 common hazards and nail your race-day nutrition strategy for a [...]

By |2017-06-07T06:32:12-06:00June 6th, 2017|Articles, EAS, Nutrition, Racing, Training, Training Articles|

Vintage Dave: 1994 Hawaii Ironman was a Mental Game

Throughout your training and racing, it’s important not to forget about the mental side of your game.   Well planned race strategies, a strong belief in yourself and an unshakable confidence in your training will all contribute to achieving your goals.   This is a photo of me during the 1994 Hawaii Ironman World Championships. [...]

By |2017-06-06T22:31:42-06:00June 6th, 2017|Articles, Bike, History, Ironman, Racing, Uncategorized, Vintage Dave|