Posts Tagged ‘Triathlon’

Tweets for the week ending on 2010-05-23

Posted by Scott on May 23rd, 2010 under Varied Tags: ,  •  Comments Off on Tweets for the week ending on 2010-05-23

Heading out for today's long training run. 1 hr 40 mins with my new Garmin 310XT gps watch from Speedy Reedy. cc @JakesJournal # Watching @laurawbush on FoxNews Sunday discuss the WH, @georgwbush's man cave & Barbara Bush being as strong as horseradish. Doing great! # 2 laps of Lake Union 4 today's run (13.12 […]

Tweets for the week ending on 2010-05-09

Posted by Scott on May 9th, 2010 under Varied Tags: ,  •  Comments Off on Tweets for the week ending on 2010-05-09

Of course.. RT @grantyoung72: What was the name? RT @timalbrechtia: Awesome place! RT @thesacnews: "Sac County Cattle Co.” Best Burger in IA # His "beans & hot room" fix 4 baseball strike was epic RT @latimestot: Beam me up, Mr. Speaker: James Traficant is back! http://lat.ms/9SEKOM # Timothy Olyphant's best work since playing Todd Gaines […]

Tweets for the week ending on 2010-04-11

Posted by Scott on April 11th, 2010 under Varied Tags: , , , ,  •  Comments Off on Tweets for the week ending on 2010-04-11

Watching The Hurt Locker. Didn't know Guy Pearce was in the movie. # Oh. That's why… RT @scottstanzel: Watching The Hurt Locker. Didn't know Guy Pearce was in the movie. # Yep. And you too. I like context. RT @MissMolly_DC: @scottstanzel did you just RT yourself? # RT @Deltalina: Still shaking here at LAX!! #earthquake […]

Ironman Injury Prevention – 7 Tips

Posted by Scott on July 6th, 2009 under Triathlons Tags: , ,  •  Comments Off on Ironman Injury Prevention – 7 Tips

One of the most important aspects of training for any Ironman triathlon is slowly building up endurance for the long distances while staying free from injuries. When spending 15 to 20 hours per week swimming, biking and running over the course of six to nine months, it is important to take steps to avoid injuries […]

Ironman Fuel Strategies

Posted by Scott on May 10th, 2009 under Triathlons Tags: , ,  •  Comments Off on Ironman Fuel Strategies

Over the course of the 140.6 miles of an Ironman race, triathletes burn thousands of calories. During this weekend’s training, I burned approximately 1,800 calories on the 15 mile run on Saturday and burned another 3,800 calories during today’s 60 mile bike. Extrapolating those numbers out to the full Ironman distance (without taking temperature and […]