“Triathlon was invented in the early 1970s by the San Diego Track Club, as an alternative workout to the rigours of track training. The club’s first event consisted of a 10km run, an 8km cycle and a 500 metre swim.”
What I’ve learned from triathlon
JOSHUA STOUFFLET PT, DPT, OCS, MTC Physical Therapist I came into the world of triathlon with no experience in endurance sports. My athletic background is in football, basketball, track, and baseball. The idea of running was a punishment. I couldn’t understand how people did it for enjoyment.
Why not TRI?
Natalie Nobbs BS-Ex. Sc., FAFS Personal Trainer Hello! My name is Natalie Nobbs and I am an exercise physiologist with Pro-Motion Physical Therapy & Functional Fitness. At the beginning of this year, I received an email about a local sprint triathlon. Although I didn’t give it much thought initially,
Power to Choose
In part one of this blog, we discussed choice as a mindset and choices based on probability vs possibility. In this second part, we focus more on choice overload, assumptions and how to be an effective choosy chooser.
Be choosy about Choosing
Leadership guru Stephen Covey once said there are three constants in life; change, choice and principles. Change is a constant in life. People, places and things are always changing. Choice, and the choices we make, can have a major effect on the changes that result.
Pro-Motion Physical Therapist’s Journey to the Boston Marathon
Pro-Motion is proud to offer a new series of blogs by one of our own Physical Therapists, Kirsten Clarke-Hollingbery, on training for the Boston Marathon. We realize that not everyone is training for the same goal, in this case probably the most famous long distance run in the world.