Active.com – “Habits of a Successful Triathlete”

Wash, rinse and repeat. Since we were toddlers, we were taught that in order to become good at something as simple as washing our hair we had to learn the skills, create a plan, develop habits around the ritual and repeat almost daily until it becomes second nature. What was once a monumental task has … Continue reading Active.com – “Habits of a Successful Triathlete”

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Austin Fit Magazine – July, 2018 – Going Further with Food

This article appears at Austin Fit Magazine Food affects everything from mood to performance. Whether you’re training for competition or working out to stay in shape, Monitoring what Goes into your body and when can help you perform to your best ability. Ever seen a bonk in action? For those who don’t know the term, … Continue reading Austin Fit Magazine – July, 2018 – Going Further with Food

Active.com – 7 Triathlon Nutrition Myths and Misconceptions

Perhaps you've seen a social media post from a friend touting the benefits of a ketogenic diet, or maybe you've skimmed a short article about the miraculous results of training in a fasted state. "Why not try it," you ask yourself. "If it worked for that person, it must be healthy!" People hold on to … Continue reading Active.com – 7 Triathlon Nutrition Myths and Misconceptions

Austin Fit Magazine – August – Bittersweet Breakthroughs

In the August edition of Austin Fit Magazine, I interviewed two men who were literally on the brink of death. Tim Krauss went into an unsuspecting coma for three days only to learn that he had Type 1 Diabetes. Adam Sud was a morbidly obese drug addict. Both changes their lives through fitness, diet and … Continue reading Austin Fit Magazine – August – Bittersweet Breakthroughs