Avoid burnout, focus on other projects, reset mentally and physically, and be rest assured your fitness will come back.
Following his 30th overall finish in Kona, Sanders hints at major changes to come in 2019
— by Daniel Clarke The Ironman World Championship from Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, was a great race on both the men’s and women’s side. Daniela Ryf and Patrick Lange had record-setting days. Ryf would overcome a […]
In 2017, Brent McMahon was stung by a jellyfish before the start of the Ironman World Championship. With very little time between the incident and the start of the race, McMahon tried his best […]
— by Daniel Clarke The men’s race in Kona has been shaken up due to some injuries, but that’s only made this year’s race even more wide open. With Patrick Lange‘s impressive 2:40 marathon […]
— by Daniel Clarke I raced IRONMAN Chattanooga over the weekend. I knew my fitness wasn’t going to be there for a great result after my training wasn’t where it needed to be, but […]