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Five Tips for Fitting in Fitness Every Day

*This post was sponsored by Reebok as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. I love training for a variety of road races and triathlons! I am typically pretty disciplined at following my training schedule. However, even with the best intentions, sometimes life just …

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Roasted Broccoli and Sweet Potatoes in Coconut Oil

Roasted Broccoli and Sweet Potatoes in Coconut Oil is simple and delicious vegetarian recipe. The roasted vegetables make a tasty side dish or vegan main dish. They are also fabulous for breakfast with eggs or served cold on top of a salad. PIN IT HERE↓ Roasted Broccoli and Sweet Potatoes in Coconut Oil is one of …

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Roasted Buffalo Cauliflower with Healthy Ranch Dip

This Roasted Buffalo Cauliflower with Healthy Ranch Dip recipe is a delicious, low carb alternative to traditional buffalo wings. It has all the spicy taste without the grease and fat! It is easy to make and it is a wonderful appetizer for a pizza night, game day or a potluck party! PIN IT HERE↓   Happy …

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Tips for Ironman Training

The Ironman Triathlon is a huge commitment. Take a look at several races, talk to people who have done the race, look up information on-line, etc. to make sure it is the right fit. For example, if you dislike hilly terrain and are not used to training on it, maybe Ironman Lake Placid is not for you. Or if you live and train in a cold climate, but then find yourself in the heat of Ironman Texas, it could be a struggle. Of course, with the proper preparation, anything can be done, but try to take into consideration all of the variables of the event.  Will your family & friends be there to help sherpa? Do you have young children that will be there? Is there housing close to the event for convenience, etc.?  I could write an entire post on this, but briefly, envision the entire event from start (the day you arrive) to finish and imagine how it will work. This may sound like overkill, but the last thing you will want is extra stress about things outside of the race, so if you can pre-plan, it will take that piece out of the equation.

 

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