When the “worst year ever” happens, what do you do? Well, that’s exactly what Meredith Atwood did—and she learned more than she ever thought possible.
The journey of a Year of No Nonsense changed EVERYTHING—from triathlon to food to relationships–and you might be surprised how it can change your journey too. About the Presenter: Meredith Atwood is a 4x IRONMAN triathlete, author, motivational speaker, writer for magazine, and podcaster (“The Same 24 Hours Podcast”).
About the Presenter: Mike Reilly is the official “Voice of IRONMAN” worldwide and the only person to have been inducted into the IRONMAN Hall of Fame, the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame and the Running USA Hall of Champions.
He has been involved in endurance sports for over 40 years and is one of the most prominent personalities in the field.
Grand Prize #1 is the Marathon Sports Ultimate Runner’s Package, a collection of gear, apparel and a Marathon Sports gift card (value: $1,000).
Grand Prize #2 gives the winner the choice of two Race Quest Travel packages…His vison is to share the joy of open water swimming with the world.Click here to see Bob’s Ted Talk, “Facing Fears in the Open Water”.Simple and short techniques designed to get you training more efficiently and effectively.If you are thinking about using a power meter or have a power meter already, these are the steps you need to know!Hunter is known as the “Coaches Coach” and frequently has coaches from around the world consulting with him to learn more about the latest in cycling and triathlon training principles.He is a sought after consultant for many endurance oriented tech companies and has worked with numerous companies to develop products for the cycling world, including the Leomo Type-R and the ICG indoor bike, the IC8.Hunter is a USA Cycling Level 1 coach, was the 2008 BMX technical coach for the Beijing Olympics and has taught the USA Cycling Power Certification Course since 2005.A former professional cyclist on the Navigators Team, Hunter has been coaching endurance athletes since 1995, and his athletes have achieved more than 2000 victories and numerous national, world championship titles and Olympic Medals.The “9 W’s” will be shared to help assess conditions and to understand what type of swim they are in for.Athletes will learn how to “calibrate” their swimming in the open water, resulting is straighter overall swimming, and faster swim times.