Strength. Resilience. Control. Calm. In yoga, in triathlon, in life.

Can a yogi swim 3.8km, cycle 180km and run 42.2km? She sure can! Want to know how? Then read on.

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Downward Facing Dog Pose – a full body stretch for every athlete

This full body posterior stretch is an excellent fundamental pose for both lengthening and strengthening your body. It builds strong wrists, arms and shoulders, while releasing tension in your back, hips, hamstrings, calves and ankles. Both runners and cyclists can benefit from the all-over stretch. For swimmers, this pose can help build upper body strength … Continue reading Downward Facing Dog Pose – a full body stretch for every athlete

Skipping hand in hand with a gorilla over the 140.6 finish line (repost)

I was honoured to be asked to write a guest post for KAW Tri Boutique (aka Kick Ass Women) to share my triathlon comeback journey. Why would a yogi decide to do an Ironman when she turned 50? There’s a short answer: in my early twenties I’d had a fling with triathlon, and loved it, … Continue reading Skipping hand in hand with a gorilla over the 140.6 finish line (repost)

Free your Shoulders and Upper Back with these Stretches

Swimmers, cyclists and triathletes are prone to aches and niggles in their necks, shoulders and upper backs. There can be many causes, but two common ones are repetitive use injuries, like rotator cuff pain in swimming; and having poor upper body posture from hours hunched over your handlebars or looking up from your aerobars. There … Continue reading Free your Shoulders and Upper Back with these Stretches

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