Race Report: MultiSport Canada Welland Bike Run

This past weekend marked the kick off to the MultiSport Canada Triathlon / Duathlon season. The Welland International Flatwater Centre played host to the weekends events. Set in 411 acres of parkland and 272 acres of water, WIFC is the premiere […]

2017 Outlook – Mini Race Report

Last Saturday I participated in my first road race of the season. Running races are getting back in full swing around the area now and I was eager to see how my winter training has been doing. First some things […]

Where have I been since October

Where do I start that is the question. At the end of last years race season I took a month off of training and devoted my time and energy in my family.  October came and left and I found myself still […]

My Summer Recap – The Good and The Bad

This recap has been a log time coming and with my down time from training I now have some free time to write this. This past summer was the busiest to date I raced 10 duathlons, 2 running races, battled […]

Whats on tap for 2016!

With one duathlon already in the books (Iron Hawk) that means the start of the 2016 MultiSport Canada Duathlon/Triathlon Recharge With Milk Series is just weeks away. Like most competitive athletes I have been working hard since October of last year to prepare […]

34th Annual Forest City Road Races – 10K

  Sunday was the 34th Annual Forest City Road Races here in London. Every year I try to participate in because 100% of the proceeds of the races go to the Thames Valley Children’s Centre.  This race was going to be used as a race […]

Increase Your Training Load Safely

I wanted to cover some of my thoughts on how to safely increase your training load without over training or exceeding your recovery. First lets go over the phrase “over training” this is the definition: “Overtraining can be described as […]

Weekly Live Workout

This weeks live workout is Warren – TrainerRoad. 2:15:00 in length with the focus being endurance and saddle time.

The effect of Beta Blockers

Understanding Beta Blockers Beta blockers slow down the heart with the idea of keeping people like myself safer from risk of heart attack. It also reduces tolerance to exercise and any activities that require high cardio output. These drugs come […]

What is a “Sprint Duathlon”

Going back to the drawing board after a #bonk of a race in bracebridge my training plan has been rejigged to help finish the race season strong. While speed work is important for every athlete my body seems to have […]