Health

Gluten Intolerance Is Not Real – Or Is It?

Written By: Jakub Kalus Gluten has become a hot topic in last few years. The phenomenon of gluten intolerance is increasingly more common. More and more people are following a gluten-free diet, and claiming that this step helps them feel less bloated, dizzy, and constipated. In tandem, we’ve seen a rise in the number of…

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The Female Athlete Triad and Relative Energy Deficiency in Sports

Written By: Lee Bell As coaches, we want the best from our athletes, and that can often mean pushing them hard. While we want to see them perform at the highest level they can achieve, we also need to appreciate that their health matters too. Whether you are a coach, athlete, or parent of a…

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Six Week Brick Workout Progression

Written By: Jon Fecik Brick workouts are a tool in your workout arsenal to help you become a better duathlete or triathlete. At a basic level, a brick is a workout where you ride your bike and follow it up with a run. It gets its name from duathlete Matt Brick who coined the term,…

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Old Man Training Part 1

Old man training, part 1. Do not go gentle into that good night, Old age should burn and rave at close of day; Rage, rage against the dying of the light. Dylan Thomas   Ten years ago, I was unstoppable. I was indestructible. I was strong, capable, my body could do anything I asked of…

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Pain Theory: The Early History

As a kid you probably asked why? You went around the world questioning everything, taking it all in, absorbing information like a sponge. As adults we start to run of space to store new knowledge and we suddenly lack the energy to question the world. We often find an expert to tell us what to…

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