Body Fat Testing with Intermountain LiVe Well Center in Salt Lake City, Utah

Coach Lora takes you through what happens when you get your body fat tested at Intermountain LiVe Well Center in Salt Lake City. To get something scheduled call them at 385-282-2700 or visit LiveWellCenter.org/SaltLake
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Beginner Triathlon Training Class Series

Lora Erickson Blonde Runner sitHave you wanted to get into triathlons but are just not sure how?  Let me teach you what you need to know to get started in this Beginner Triathlon Training Class Series through the South Davis Recreation Center in Bountiful in July. Come join me!  I would love to teach you what I know.  Triathlon training rocks!

Coach Lora Erickson

USATF running and USA Triathlon certified coach with over 30 years of athletic experience

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Triathlon Class July

Get Registered:

The best way to register is in-person at the front desk at the South Davis Recreation Center, 550 N. 200 West, Bountiful.  You can also register on-line.

Here’s the link to register online:

http://www.activityreg.com/clientpage_t0.wcs

Click “Register for Activities”

Then Click “Fitness Classes”

Then Click “Summer 2015 Triathlon Training Class Series”

Picking Fresh Cantaloupe

June 9, 2015 by  
Filed under Health Classes

Craving something sweet? Have some fruit. Here’s some tips on how to pick a fresh ripe cantaloupe.
Coach Lora Erickson

Running Form Class – June 17th

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The next Running Form Class will be held on Wednesday June 17 from 6-7 p.m. in the Bountiful area.  This is a one-time lecture style class designed to review common running form mistakes and give you direct feedback on your form.  We will go over injury prevention and review drills to make you faster and more efficient.  Please dress to run – we will only be running a little bit to learn the drills and give you form feedback so it’s not rigorous.  Beginners welcome.  Message theblonderunner@gmail.com if you’d like to learn how to reserve a spot.  $25.

Coach Lora Erickson

BlondeRunner.com

About the Coach:

Coach Lora Erickson has been running for over 30 years.  She is a USATF certified running coach and USA Triathlon coach.  She has been coaching for over 18 years and love to help people get faster.  She ran on athletic scholarship in college for distance running.  Learn more.

Spring Triathlon Training Class

spring triathlon training class

Wed. May 6

6:00-7:30 p.m.

Are you interested in getting started in triathlons or polishing up your skills?  If so, this is a great class for you.  All aspects of triathlon training will be covered in this one-time class including swimming, cycling, running training &  form as well as equipment, transitions and nutrition.  This is a great overview class with lots of great training and racing tips.  Limited spots.  Beginners welcome. To reserve a spot contact Coach Lora Erickson at theblonderunner@gmail.com

 

Core Workout to Beyonce

March 13, 2015 by  
Filed under Fitness, Health Classes, News, Weight Loss

This is awesome! I love it! Holy core! Click to watch
Coach Lora Erickson
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How to become a better person

I love this! These are great qualities to have!
Coach Lora Erickson
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Kids Team Triathlon Training

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The kids team triathlon training program will begin the first week of April this year.  This is a 5-week training program for the Splash ‘n Sprint triathlon March 9th.  Children 8 and up are welcome to participate.  The sign-up deadline is March 31st.  To learn how to get your child registered message Coach Lora Erickson directly at theblonderunner@gmail.com.

Please note:  You child will need to be able to swim all the way across the pool by themselves.

To learn more visit:  Team Blonde Runner Youth Triathlon

Like us on Facebook:  KidsTBRtriathlonteam

Easing Into Running with The 10% Rule

Avoiding Running Injuries

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As a running coach I see a lot of injury is this time of year.  Many people that run inside on treadmills are now starting to head outdoors as the weather gets warmer and often don’t allow enough time for the body to adjust to the rigors of outdoor running.
Running on a treadmill is different than running outside; Most would consider running outdoors harder. Either way your body will need to adapt to the changes.  I suggest decreasing your miles by 10% for two weeks to allow your body to adjust. Then start increasing the mileage again. Always make sure your shoes are not worn out. The cushioning that a treadmill offers can often mask dead shoes. Concrete and asphalt is not so forgiving. Most quality running shoes will give you between 300 to 500 miles.  Always be sure to replace your shoes when they are worn.  Wishing you a lot of sunny enjoyable runs this spring.
Live Well,
Coach Lora

About the author:  Coach Lora Erickson aka Blonde Runner is a running and triathlon coach that specializes in endurance sports, injury prevention and weight loss.  Coach Lora offers a variety of individual, group and community classes and programs. To learn more visit BlondeRunner.com

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