Category Archives: Triathlon Training

Finis Swim Products at Discount Prices

Finis Swim Products are now available right here on the B.A.S.E. Training Website at discounts as high as 20%! In fact, almost all of the products available are marked down 20% from the regular retail price on the Finis website. Finis makes some of the most innovative and useful swim products on the market today. …

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Insanity: The Asylum – New Workout Program from Shaun T

Hello all, Just a quick blog note to announce that Insanity: The Asylum is out! This is a 30 day sports conditioning program from Shaun T, the man behind Hip Hop Abs and the original Insanity workout program (see my review of the the original Insanity program here). Check out the video below for a…

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Triathlon is a “Hip” Sport

Ok, so it is not necessarily “hip” in the sense that it is “cool” or “fashionable”…although it is certainly quickly becoming more and more “fashionable” to be a triathlete. What this post is really about, however, is how your success in each discipline in triathlon is highly dependent on how effectively you use your hips.…

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Newton Panel Discussion on Natural Running Form and Shoes: This is a Must Listen

The following is a guest post by Pete Larson (aka Runblogger). I ran across Pete’s blog/website a month or two ago and have been very impressed by the info he has put together on running form, running shoes, barefoot running, minimalist running, and just the general science of running. In this particular post, Pete gives…

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Looking Back and Moving Forward

So, this morning while on the scale (which I use way too often), I was disappointed with the number that was shown on the digital readout. I really shouldn’t be surprised with the number given the way I have let my nutrition slip over the past few weeks leading up to the holidays. As some…

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Portland Game Plan Event – Live Tony Horton Workouts

For those of you that don’t know what a “Game Plan Event” is, let me fill you in. Team Beachbody puts on Game Plan Events for Team Beachbody Coaches to give them training on how to optimize their business and spread the word of fitness using the “Game Plan” (a ten point process developed by…

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Cheap Underwater Video Camera for Training

Most of you that are into Total Immersion are aware that having underwater video of your swim stroke is invaluable for improving your swimming. All the TI coaches that I know offer underwater video as part of their lessons to show students what they look like when they are swimming and to point out the…

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Top Ten Things Every New Runner Should Know

If you are new to running, I hope you find the following top ten list to be useful in making your new endeavour a safe and enjoyable one. If you are a more experienced runner that has experienced frustration in the form of injuries or lack of progress or if you have been running for…

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Efficiency and Form vs. Strength and Power

This subject really goes hand in hand with the recent guest post on my site from Dave Cameron entitled “Looking Fast vs. Being Fast”. Dave talked about how being fast doesn’t always look fast and showed a before and after video of Shinji (the new CEO of Total Immersion). I want to dive into this…

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Looking Fast vs. Being Fast

The following blog is a guest post from Master Total Immersion Coach Dave Cameron from Minnesota. I studied under Dave to become a certified Total Immersion coach back in August and always enjoy his thoughts on swimming. Dave studies swimming as a science and practices it himself at a level that few others acheive (Dave…

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