Freehand vs Tracing – Use the tools then learn to listen to yourself

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Over a few conversations I’ve had recently with athletes the question has come up about particular data that can be used in training or racing and if it would be beneficial for the athlete to use it. In one of the conversations I used a metaphor that seemed to sit well and make sense to the athlete and so thought it useful to share. The metaphor was about having the ability to freehand draw rather than using tracing paper or... Read more.

Cooly Swim & Ultraman Wrap

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It was a long weekend of racing and with only 3 athletes we almost hit a total of 50hrs of racing. Monica Liston is back in the groove of training and making full use of her base in South East Queensland hit the Cooly Classic Ocean Swim on the weekend. Now a 10k open water veteran, Mon got through the 3k course in good shape adding to a good training day as we roll onto bigger milestones in 2018. Chris... Read more.

Port Mac Wrap & World Championship Selection

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It was near perfect conditions on course at Port Macquarie for this years 70.3 and Ironman events with 6 MEC athletes taking to the start line. Kathy Delos Santos was in the final countdown to her first 70.3 in November last year. In one of her final rides she came down and broke her arm leaving her in limbo after spending 2017 getting ready for the event. Recover she did and Kathy made the trek to Port Mac, this time... Read more.