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10 + 1 Keys To A Successful Season

January 10, 2019

I have been fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with a variety of athletes, their abilities ranging from beginner triathletes participating in their first event to experienced, elite age group athletes. Regardless of their experience or ability level, the common thread for all is their pursuit of a personal goal.  Being integral to helping athletes achieve their personal athletic successes is highly rewarding. What makes it such a positive challenge is the fact that every athlete is different. Each athlete has different means and availability for training, differing levels of motivation, and individual attributes that make them respond to training stimulus differently. What is consistent, however, are a number of factors I believe will result in individual success. Outlined below are what I consider these top eleven factors to be. Why eleven?  Because we know that #11 always misses out on the top 10 list.


Finley Peter Dunne

December 21, 2018

Rest in peace old friend…I know nothing of the man, other than what was available, to me, on Wikipedia. He was an author, and he died in 1936. I didn’t get much further than that. Having said that, he helped me to, in a single line, sum up what coaching is really all about. At least to me, and all of us at QT2 Systems, OutRival Racing, The Run Formula, and The Cycling Formula.


Learning From Setbacks And Injuries

December 10, 2018

Being in sport, especially triathlon, requires much from the body.  We do what we can to recover well, rest, prehab before we rehab, foam roll, stretch; but sometimes, injury creeps up, and BAAM, the season has been diverted or finished before due time.  Our grandeur thoughts and visualizations of an epic race season do not come to culmination, and will most likely NOT happen.  It will happen to anyone in sport.  I guarantee it.  A setback or injury will sideline us from either a short term, or the long-term goal. 


Upcoming Triathlon Webinar

Your limiters might not be what you think: When your weaknesses are in disguise!

Date: January 23, 2019
Time: 08:00 PM

Join us in this webinar given by Dawn English and learn about: 

-Common athlete limiters and what to look for to determine if you have a hidden weakness 
-Underlying issues of apparent limiters 
-Limiters related to training, fueling, mental fitness, recovery and race execution 

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QT2 Announcements

10 + 1 Keys To A Successful Season

January 10, 2019

I have been fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with a variety of athletes, their abilities ranging from beginner triathletes participating in their first event to experienced, elite age group athletes. Regardless of their experience or ability level, the common thread for all is their pursuit of a personal goal.  Being integral to helping athletes achieve their personal athletic successes is highly rewarding. What makes it such a positive challenge is the fact that every athlete is different. Each athlete has different means and availability for training, differing levels of motivation, and individual attributes that make them respond to training stimulus differently. What is consistent, however, are a number of factors I believe will result in individual success. Outlined below are what I consider these top eleven factors to be. Why eleven?  Because we know that #11 always misses out on the top 10 list.


Finley Peter Dunne

December 21, 2018

Rest in peace old friend…I know nothing of the man, other than what was available, to me, on Wikipedia. He was an author, and he died in 1936. I didn’t get much further than that. Having said that, he helped me to, in a single line, sum up what coaching is really all about. At least to me, and all of us at QT2 Systems, OutRival Racing, The Run Formula, and The Cycling Formula.


Learning From Setbacks And Injuries

December 10, 2018

Being in sport, especially triathlon, requires much from the body.  We do what we can to recover well, rest, prehab before we rehab, foam roll, stretch; but sometimes, injury creeps up, and BAAM, the season has been diverted or finished before due time.  Our grandeur thoughts and visualizations of an epic race season do not come to culmination, and will most likely NOT happen.  It will happen to anyone in sport.  I guarantee it.  A setback or injury will sideline us from either a short term, or the long-term goal. 


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Whether you are training for triathlon or looking for an IRONMAN distance race coach, QT2 understands the details involved in personal triathlon coaching and IRONMAN distance training. The training, nutrition, and execution processes used by QT2 triathlon training plans have been developed meticulously for over 15 years and provide a unique chance for triathletes to get the products and attention to detail rivaled by only the world's best triathlon coaches. If you take your triathlon racing and training as seriously as we do, then our personalized services will assist you in reaching your athletic triathlon and IRONMAN distance racing potential.

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Ironman 70.3 Connecticut, Jun 02, 2019
James Harwood 00:00:00
Resolution Half Marathon, Jan 13, 2019
Jeff Krebs 01:26:57 2nd AG! PR!
Bandera Hills 100k Trail Race, Jan 05, 2019
Justin Arnosky 13:26:21 61th OA! PR!
Caroler 5K, Dec 15, 2018
Sharon Winiewicz 24:59:00 1st AG!
Ironman 70.3 Indian Wells, Dec 09, 2018
Barbara Nelson 05:55:39 20th AG!
BMW Dallas Half Marathon, Dec 09, 2018
Bob Richter 01:24:39 2nd AG! PR!
Challenge Daytona 70.3, Dec 09, 2018
Rex Morgan 02:52:03 4th AG! PR!
IRONMAN 70.3 MIDDLE EAST CHAMPIONSHIP BAHRAIN, Dec 08, 2018
Anton Makiievskyi 04:49:30 26th AG! PR!
YMCA Turkey Trot 8K, Nov 22, 2018
Sharon Winiewicz 39:42:00 10th AG! PR!
Pfeathered Pfun Run Turkey Trot, Nov 22, 2018
Justin Arnosky 36:44:00 1st OA!
Ironman Arizona, Nov 18, 2018
David Zimmet 09:36:33 4th AG! PR!
Teddy Breault 09:39:00 6th AG!
philip rybecky 11:03:51 3rd AG! PR!
Doug Kylander 11:07:48 18th AG! PR!
Mary Duprey 12:38:48 5th AG!
kevin mallery 14:44:00 34th AG!
ironman Cozumel, Nov 18, 2018
Patrick Corrigan 10:49:00 11th AG! PR!
Barbara Nelson 14:32:15 19th AG!
IRONMAN Cozumel, Nov 18, 2018
Anne Basso 12:37:36 7th OA!
Wild Hare 25k Trail Race, Nov 17, 2018
Justin Arnosky 01:54:45 2nd OA! PR!
MiamiMan 1/2 Iron Triathlon Miami, FL, Nov 11, 2018
Kelly Morgan 03:56:54 15th AG!
JOSEPH ROGALSKI 04:50:34 5th AG!
Syracuse Half Marathon, Nov 11, 2018
Sharon Winiewicz 01:50:51 6th AG! PR!

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