Posts By: CTS

Team Train Right Blog: Why I race

By Bill Plock Being fairly new to Team Trainright and with my first race coming up, something my yoga teacher said the other day really made me think about why I race. I love to compete, I want to win, but as someone past his prime, why do I continue to race? Remember when you…

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Chris Carmichael Blog: A Much-Needed Kick in the Tail

Two weeks ago I was talking with a CTS Athlete about how his season of training and competition was going, and after a while it became clear that he’d gone from being very aggressive to being more passive during the past few months of racing mostly criteriums. This is actually something we see quite often,…

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Minimize to Maximize Your Training

By CTS Coaches Adam Pulford and Jim Rutberg With all the commitments, training programs, fads, fades, and flats that come your way, how can you get the most out of your time on the bike? Whether you are the recreational cyclist with a busy life schedule or the racer who wants to hone in on…

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Team Trainright Blog: Age-group Wins at Deuces Wild Tri Festival!

Deuces Wild Triathlon Festival in Show Low, AZ June 4th – 5th 2011 The annual Deuces Wild kicked off Saturday with half iron-distance and Olympic-distance triathlon events. The conditions were very windy and the temperature was creeping toward 90 degrees but Team Train Right had a strong performance with Erin Kennedy finishing 6th place overall…

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Team Trainright Blog: Sunrise Triathlon report by Malia Crouse

Team Trainright with Coach Winston Sauber Malia and Amy on the podium–again! Boulder Sunrise Olympic Tri Race Report- Saturday, June 4th, 2011     Cameron, 1st!! Boulder Sunrise is a fairly new triathlon in the Boulder scene and run by another great organization called Your Cause Sports.  What makes this race, in all the distances…

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Team Trainright Blog: Race report from Amy Richards

Yay! A completed triathlon duathlon without a trip to the emergency room. That's how it should be, folks. I really wasn't too nervous going into this race, probably because it was a sprint and I was coming off of a month or so of good recovery from Galveston. I was just going out there to have fun…

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