Training Diaries and their effect on Race Day Execution Read more Team Podcast, Episode 1!
As I sit here about to compete in my second Ironman in a month and having the 70.3 Worlds just a few weeks after that my mind naturally turns to race day execution. In other words how can I make the most out of the my training cycle. As racers you will do not better […]
Read more Fast Swim Starts
Our new podcast for RPM athletes and friends. Training tips, race reports, athlete questions and much more!!
Read more Race Day Nutrition
Fast swim starts is our training tip this week! A LOT of athletes get to race day feeling prepared, a little nervous and excited about what lies ahead for them. You get in what warm up you can and then gather up with those who have the same color swim cap as you. Toeing the […]
Read more Tempo Pace Workout
We are going to keep it simple for you this week with some nutrition advice. I use Spiz, Coach Jim is a PowerBar man and a lot of folks love E-gels. But how do you know whats for you? You need to use your chosen nutrition on every workout! Every time?? YES!! Every time. Listen […]
Read more How not to succeed when racing: The Survival Shuffle!
Tempo pace is a term that is thrown around a lot but not often defined. In general terms a “tempo” effort is a workout to be performed at a specific “race” pace (depending on the race you are training for). For example if you are training for a Ironman your long rides should be ridden […]
Read more Moving in a positive direction…
As my athletes know I love race reports. I mean I LOVE race reports!! I want all the gory and not so gory details. So RED athlete Josh Nordell sent me a little blog report about his latest marathon race. Read it over and learn form his mistakes so they don’t become yours…Thanks Josh! While […]
Read more RPM Youth and Junior triathlon team!
Here are some thoughts from Coach Danielle as we head into a New Year of training, Some good stuff!! You’re inspired by the New Year, but it’s winter, the days are short, maybe your neighborhood is buried under a foot of snow, and triathlon season feels like it may never start up again… Sound familiar? You’re not […]
Read more Realistic Running
WHO WE ARE Red Performance Multisport is an endurance sport coaching company dedicated to making the success of each individual athlete of the utmost importance. Through a highly individualized approach, the coaches at Red develop a smart, periodized triathlon training program for the athlete based on the athlete’s strengths, weaknesses, schedule, commitments and family. The highly experienced […]
Read more Biggest Bang for your Ironman Buck!
Jim Lubinski, Head coach at Red performance Multisport, has heard it all when it comes to running. So many times he gets asked, “How do YOU run so fast?” His advice?? “It wasn’t an overnight occurrence. It took a long time to build up the foundation, speed, and fitness to be able to run mile after […]
Read more Race Day Goals
So you have done a few local tri’s, ventured out a little further for maybe a long course race or even a 70.3 and you are now dreaming about the big time: an Ironman in some cool location. You set your sites on where you want to head, pulled out the calendar, shelled out the […]
Read more Hiit Hard
Whenever a triathlon coach here at Red Performance Multisport starts working with a new athlete, our first conversation inevitably revolves around that athlete’s race goals. An athlete may be looking to qualify for a particular championship, establish a new PR or even just to finish without puking. Whatever the case may be these are very […]
I teach spin classes, well we call them indoor cycling classes, and I spend a TON of time developing classes. I want my classes to be functional (not that crazy hovering and no standing spin moves), proper, in that they give plenty of recovery for the work I want to be done and lastly HARD!! […]