Triathlon

The Courage to Succeed

October 19, 2017 0

How do you define success in a race? For some, success equals winning. But “winning” itself may also take on different meanings for different people. Does finishing with a PR define your success? Or does […]

Steve Brown
Triathlon

Comfort Zone Expansion Project

October 6, 2017 0

One of the reasons that I became so involved with the sport of triathlon was the fact that it gave me an opportunity to expand my comfort zone dramatically. Not that I had a small […]

Triathlon

The Importance of Being Here

June 12, 2017 0

Last week I heard two different experts in the world of endurance racing and training deliver the same message during two completely different conversations. As everyone is now knee deep in their seasons, I felt […]

Team in Training
Triathlon

Remembering Mitch

May 24, 2017 0

As our Team in Training athletes prepare for their summer races, I can’t go a practice without thinking of Mitch Kline. Mitch left the physical world on September 15th 2016, but he will always be with […]

Steve Brown
Triathlon

3 Keys to a Happy Season

May 2, 2017 0

Making Plans On the subject of training plans … yes, plans are good. Have a plan, but you need to be a little flexible. All too often we become slaves to our plans. Consider the […]

Mindful Chatter
Triathlon

“Buddha Didn’t Wear a Bib”

April 5, 2017 0

Hello! And welcome to Movement Sports Magazine. I’m glad you’ve found us. Hopefully you will find something here that will motivate and or educate you to kick start or elevate your game. Some of you […]

Race Day Prep
Training

Easy Steps to Prep for Race Day

April 2, 2017 0

You have trained long and hard for your big race. You have sacrificed happy hours, desserts, and a little extra sleep for months to make sure you meet your race day goal. You have sunk […]