What to do if COVID-19 (Corona Virus) Cancelled your Ironman® race

This is the unfortunate realty for many. With the next few months very uncertain, Ironman® has elected to cancel or postpone a TON of it’s races, they’re even going so far as to offer virtual races on a newly developed app. Times are weird, and COVID-19 is cancelling Ironman® races, marathons, schools, professional sports, the […]

Can you run a marathon and train for an Ironman® at the same time?

Can you? Yes. Should you? Maybe not. This question typically exists for a group of people training for their first Ironman® triathlon race who have also never completed a marathon before. There’s a prevailing wisdom that you should have accomplished at least a stand-alone marathon before attempting an Ironman®. If that stand-alone marathon happens before […]

8 hip stretches for runners that’ll transform your training

I’ve been working with Robert Connors of Signum Training and Nutrition for a few years now and the other day we were complaining about tight hips (typical fitness nut small talk) to one another. Naturally, the conversation started to evolve into a “well I do this stretch, you should try it..” back and forth, and […]

4 things I learned from failing to qualify for Boston in Baltimore

Well, I tried. I tried to qualify for Boston by running a sub-3 hour marathon during the Baltimore Running Festival, and I gave myself 13 weeks to do it. All things considered, those are not favorable circumstances to try to qualify. Especially when you consider the elevation, relative new-ness to the world of marathon running, […]

Never stop until you get home – an inspirational story w/ Brian Johnson | Tri Journey Podcast Ep2

When Jack, a father figure diagnosed with MS after his first two Ironman races called up Brian and asked him to join him for Ironman Tulsa in 2020, there was only one answer: See you at the starting line. Brian was gracious enough to sit down with me for about an hour and share his […]