Recently I ran across this Ted Talk entitled 10 Ways to Have a Better Conversation and I think it’s spot on. As a coach, mother, friend etc I am always looking for ways to better communicate with others. In a brief 10 minutes, Celeste Headlee (a person that makes her living by talking to people as a professional interviewer) shares great insight on how to have better conversations. I just love her perspective and she promises if you master even one of these 10 things you will enjoy better conversations. I love that.
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It was fun to do a Virtual Duathlon Clinic for the South Davis Recreation Center recently; sharing tips about how to set up your own transition for the race. The fun thing about doing a virtual race is that you will get to choose your own route and map it. I also shared some nutrition tips. Check out the video clip.
Healthy and nutritional eating is important for any athlete, coach and mother. Simply put, the better you eat, the better you perform. But if you
Recently my daughter and I did a fun workout together at home. She created an exercise jar with ideas on pieces of paper and basically we pull one out a do it. It’s simple and fun!
This is Coach Lora Erickson and I am excited to announce that the Race For Grief will be a VIRTUAL event this year to take place on Memorial Day, Monday May 25, 2020. We hope to make this a memorable online Memorial Day event giving people the motivation to stay committed to their training and have something to look forward to. We need you more than ever to be involved in this virtual event and get everyone excited and involved.
Join Coach Lora Erickson as she takes you through the steps of how to change a flat back tire on her triathlon time-trial bike (same process for a road bike). Watch this video.
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So you have dabbled in the short distance events and you are ready to level up. What’s next? Are you ready to take on the half or full marathon for the first time? If so, here’s what you need to know.
Book Review: Sweat. Eat. Repeat. The 90 Day Playbook to change your food habits, improve your energy, and reach your goals by Pamela Nisevich Bede RD, CSSD
The press release called it “a tool for making real diet and lifestyle changes, as well as an opportunity to improve your relationship with food.” This intrigued me so I had to check it out. Admittedly I haven’t been eating as good as I know I should lately. I could also stand to lose a few pounds and lean up a bit. I thought reading a nutrition book would give me some extra motivation and it did. I really enjoyed this book.