Great results in triathlon and life require the right mindset. Matt Dixon offers you his training approach in this excerpt from Fast-Track Triathlete.
For athletes, getting from city to city can cause huge disruptions to training, recovery, and nutrition. Coach Matt Dixon offers 8 tips to make flying suck less for athletes.
Take a look at how coach Matt Dixon recommends triathletes to train during their off season, including a preview of two weeks of Dixon’s off season key workouts.
Traditional approaches to Ironman training have stopped too many busy people from attempting triathlon’s greatest challenge. Fast-Track Triathlete has opened the door to Ironman for even these busy CEOs and executives.
Training doesn’t have to become a distraction from work, keep you from being present for your family or commitments, or require you to live like a monk for several months.
I believe in amateurs pursuing performance in the context of a balanced life. I often discuss with athletes the concept of their potential within the context of the life they lead.
When Sarah Piampiano first came to me for coaching, she was a high-achieving, amateur triathlete working long, hard hours as an investment banker on Wall Street. She had a couple of years of triathlon experience under her belt, but she was struggling to fit in the training.