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How Not to Get Divorced While Training

by Doug Carr

Multisport training, like any other type of athletic endurance training, requires commitment to a plan. If you’re married, it also means scheduling your training to keep your relationship from suffering neglect. When you have both children and spouse in the picture, balance becomes even more critical to everyone’s well being.

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Schedule Adjustments and Staying on Track

by Julian Pscheid

No matter how well you plan out your season, something is bound to come up that will mess up your schedule. Here are some unexpected interruptions that have come up for me alone so far this year: weeks of business travel, a leg injury, several colds, and of course Portland’s

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Heart Rate Training

by Doug Carr

When I speak with someone who’s interested in getting faster, I always ask them if their workouts include Heart Rate Training (HRT). The answer is typically “No”, “A little…” or “Well, I have a heart rate monitor…but I’m not really sure how to use it properly.” All too often, a

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Workout Tips for Triathletes: Part 1

by Doug Carr

Strength training can be a beneficial part of any training plan, if it is executed properly in both method and timing. In multisport training schedules, it can often be difficult to determine the best place to insert the workout, due to the hours already dedicated to the two, or three,

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