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Developing Mental Toughness For Permanent Weight Loss.
By, Fatman to Ironman, Dr. Jeff BanasLosing weight and keeping it off is much more than eating right and exercising hard. There are literally thousands of different diets, weight loss programs, and exercise programs out there that work! Millions of dollars are spent every year one weight loss products. However, as a society we are still extremely overweight. Why? In today’s stressful society, in order to lose weight and keep it off, especially you must be mentally tough. Every day we are surround with people and food temptations that will try sabotage your effort to lose weight. No weight lose program will ever work for you if you not mentally ready to change your life? This is why los
Author: Coach Dr. Jeff Banas - Naperville, IL
5 Tips to Dominate On Race Day
5 Tips to Dominate On Race Day   Execution Strategies to Help Dominate Your IRONMAN   Race day is just around the corner.   You have trained your butt off for several months, if not years.  You have made endless sacrifices throughout the process.  You feel fit and confident.  Simply put, you are in the best shape of your life and ready to have the race you have envisioned.   Not so fast!   While proper training and preparation is extremely important, the ability to EXECUTE on race day will ultimately decide your outcome.  The longer the race or event you are participating in, the more important execution becomes as mistakes are magnifi
Author: Coach Chris Kaplanis - Naperville, IL
Selecting the Perfect Pair of Swim Goggles for Triathlon
By Nathan Kark, CPT, USAT Level 1 Co-founder/Coach, T4 EnduranceAre you in the market for a new pair of goggles for the upcoming season? There are many different types of goggles out there: open-water goggles, competitive pool goggles, and swim masks/scuba goggles, just to name a few (trust me, we just ...side-stepped a list analogous to a Bubba Gump shrimp dish sound-off). Open water goggles are designed for maximized open water navigation/sighting and to protect your eye sockets in the event that you happen to catch someone’s foot in your face while swimming (yes, it can get a bit rough out there). As a result, I recommend a pair of open water goggles for most triathletes. There
Author: Coach Nathan Kark - Naperville, IL
Swimming Tip: Hard Work!
“How do I get faster in the water?” As a triathlon coach, I am asked about how to make improvements in swimming more than any of the three disciplines that make up triathlon. I imagine this is the case because so many triathletes come to the sport having had little or no swimming prior to their quest to be triathletes. Adding to this is the fact that swimming is considered by some to be a finesse-type sport, where everything about the movement of one’s body through the water effects the result. Swimming is a culmination of many precisely coordinated movements that if done correctly, will assist with increasing speed through the water. Some of us think about this and become
Author: Coach Lee Gardner - Naperville, IL
Not Feeling Well: to Train or not to Train
By Nathan Kark, CPT, USAT Level 1 Co-founder/Coach, T4 Endurance As triathletes with addictive personalities, we beat ourselves up for missing workoutseven when we get sick. So, we end up with a very important question to ask ourselves: Im feeling under the weather but I still want to get a few miles... in, should I put on those shoes or goggles and go for it? What a great question! For full disclosure, I am personally an advocate for a VERY LOW INTENSITY, short duration workout when Im sick. I find that it improves my morale which, in turn, makes me feel much better. I tell other athletes the same, that if they feel up to a light workout, to go for it if they feel it will help. Recently
Author: Coach Nathan Kark - Naperville, IL


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