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15 Aug With The Correct Training Anything Can Be Possible – MOLLY CULVER

With The Correct Training Anything Can Be Possible by Henry Howard on July 30, 2016 in Guest Perspective, Interview, Ultramarathon MOLLYCULVERRUNNING Collegiate swimmer Molly Culver needed a new challenge and took up ultra running. She won her first ultra, the North Face ECS in Wisconsin, and returns this year. By Henry Howard When work and home commitments collided...

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08 Mar Coming Soon – New Training and Coaching Plans!

Online Training Plans Culvertraining© Coaches offer structured swimming, cycling, running and triathlon training plans, schedules and training workouts. Culvertraining athletes have achieved measurable improvement per their prescribed plan. Training plans include: Workouts- daily swimming, cycling and/or running workouts; periodization- primary workout intensity levels; Instruction- direction on...

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22 Apr Chiropractic and Sports Performance

        Chiropractic for increased sports performance is a perfect combination. Most professional and many amateur athletes utilize chiropractic to give them an added edge over their competitors. What chiropractic offers is a more balanced frame (skeletal & joint), better balanced musculature system that prevents fatigue during...

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18 Feb Triathlon Open Water Swim Clinic – May 30, 2015

CLINIC: Open Water Swimming DATE: May 30, 2015 TIME: 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM LOCATION: Manteno Sportsman’s Club – Manteno Lake, Manteno, IL FEE: FREE to Kankakee Triathlon members only LEVEL: Beginner to Advanced INSTRUCTOR: Craig Culver Most Triathletes find the swim portion of the race to be the hardest, not because it...

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02 Feb Triathlon Transition Setups

HELPFUL TIPS for preparing for your swim to bike and bike to run transitions. Brick Training Hydration Training Once you set up your equipment go to the swim area and run to the transition to get a mental layout of where your bike is located, as well as...

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30 Jan Beginner Triathlon Swim Tips

Most Triathletes find the swim portion of the race to be the hardest, not because it is so much more physically difficult, but because it is the most unnatural. It also happens to be the most dangerous part due to the very real possibility of...

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