Ironman 70.3 Texas – Nutrition Tips

This weekend many of my friends are racing Ironman 70.3 Texas in Galveston! The weather looks great, sunny and warm. Last year, the weather took many by surprise as a cold front blew in and almost froze everyone. So if you are racing, even though the forecast looks warm, I would recommend taking gear for... Continue Reading →

Oh No…Unbelievable Race Mishap

Daniel Espinoza’s Race Recap On February 2nd Daniel Espinoza competed in the Pace Bend Ultra 12 hour ultramarathon bike race. He started at midnight and had a goal of completing 200 miles in 12 hours. After 6 hours in, he was on track to hit his goal. He was feeling good and planning on pushing... Continue Reading →

5 Seconds Too Slow

This last weekend, Michael and I raced the Olympic distance at Tri Waco. Going into the race, my plan was to just have fun and test out the course in hopes to have better preparation for Ironman 70.3 Waco in October.  As you read the report, find out my times and see where I placed... Continue Reading →

Fine-Tuning Your Fuel

Many athletes are in full force with training and race events this summer and upcoming fall. Race nutrition is so important and can make or break an event. I am a 2x Ironman and a Dietitian and am still tweaking my nutrition. Today, I want to discuss a few tips for race nutrition based on... Continue Reading →

Keep Moving Forward

If you had asked me a week ago, what my blog was going to be about, I would have told you it was going to be a race report on what I learned and experienced at Tri Fort Worth 70.3 triathlon. Unknown to me, Mother Nature had other plans for my Sunday, May 20th. Going... Continue Reading →

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