1. What not to do….

    Came across this article on things that go wrong in racing and sometimes even in preparation. Some points seem like common sense but when you are in race mode, sometimes common sense doesn't come easily... http://www.active.com/triathlon/articles/11-epic-race-day-fails-and-how-to-avoid-them?cmp=306&…Read More

  2. Beech Mountain Metric Century

    Wanted to send a big shout out to the Precision Fitness clients who participated and completed the Beech Mountain Metric Century. Andy G. Finished 31st overall with a time of 3:45:26.4 Sarah M. 42nd overall with a time of 3:46:51.8 Sandy K. 121st overall with a time of 4:10:32.7 Paul K. 138th ove…Read More

  3. 10 days post baby…let’s go racing…or maybe take a nap

    So with the new baby starting to get squared away...it was time to get back racing. Not expecting too much though with how the past few weeks have gone. So this past Saturday morning I took part in the Jetton Triathlon. Needless to say I was a little tired when the alarm went off that morning and th…Read More

  4. Exercise of the week: Bench Press & Variations

    The bench press has been a staple in gyms across the world for years for increasing upper body strength.  Particularly in the chest and shoulders.  On every Monday (universal chest day in the meathead world) you can walk in to any gym and there will be guys in line waiting for their chance to crus…Read More

  5. Motivational Monday: “I’ll do it tomorrow instinct”

    I read this post from Marks daily apple and it resounded with me.  All of us at times have the mentality to say I will do this tomorrow and fill thoughts in our heads that tomorrow we will wake up and something magically different will change our mindsets.  "The fact is, all days themselves are cr…Read More

  6. Exercise of the week: Step Up

    This weeks exercise is the Step Up.  With many of the endurance athletes we train here at Precision going into spring/summer race season this exercise is a great option for a number of reasons.  First the movement is concentric heavy, meaning that your pushing through the mid-foot and heal into a …Read More

  7. Top 5 reasons to Food Prep

    Life is busy, with full time jobs, spending time with children, driving to here and there for appointments (gym, grocery store etc..) Driving your kids around for school, sporting events,  Having a healthy, delicious meal on hand at home is often hard to come bye. So we stop off at the drive throug…Read More

  8. Recipe of the Week: Date/Nut Ball

    This recipe is more on lines of a snack and a good option during and after training.  The variations are limitless as my clients and there friends put an assortment of ingredients in to them to make them there own. The 2 main ingredients are dates and nuts after that you can anything you want. The …Read More

  9. 5 Reasons to get more sleep

    Many of us all live busy lives.  Be it work, school, family or all of the above we  often times sacrifice sleep to decrease our deficit of time.  However unbeknownst to us, the sacrifice is to our determent.  Sleep is a critical aspect of the human condition.  Multiple studies have shown the ne…Read More

  10. Getting a little technical

    Many endurance athletes take advantage of technology these days...GPS especially has given freedom and data that in the not so distant past we could have only dreamed about. But as many already know it is not perfect, here is an article that explores GPS devices and how they work and why the don't s…Read More