Let’s be real, road cycling can be a totally intimidating sport to get into. It can also be really expensive and time consuming. I have come to enjoy a long bike ride on the road, but it wasn’t always that way. It has taken some trial and error, and overcoming many fears to get to a point of being able to check off some major cycling bucket list items. I would love to share the things I have learned in my cycling journey so far and maybe open your eyes to a new hobby. You do not have to be an athlete, a bike expert, or really rich to start getting into cycling. Read on to learn more about cycling form, road cycling safety, bike maintenance and repair, and the gear needed for your first ride.
It’s Summertime, which means it’s pool time! One of my favorite things to do during summer is change my workout routine from running to swimming. I will say the first time I stepped into a pool as an adult, I had no idea what to do in terms of a workout. Swimming can be a little intimidating if you haven’t been in a pool for a while or if you never learned how to actually workout in a pool. So let me walk you though some swimming basics and get you into the pool for your first aquatics workout this summer! You will feel awesome afterwards, I promise!
Your first triathlon is incredibly intimidating, you will have lots of questions and feel humbled by a lot. Let me help you learn about what a triathlon is, where to start, what to buy, how to train, race day tips and transition station help. With a little advice, that triathlon should feel a little more possible!
Your first Triathlon can be overwhelming and intimidating. Luckily, you aren’t required to spend thousands of dollars on gear, but you will need to get some necessities to get started. Lets go through some of the essentials needed for each leg of the race to assure your success in your first triathlon!