TCSD Blog

Tami Threet

I had the pleasure recently of talking triathlon with TCSD member Tami Threet. Tami has been a great volunteer for TCSD over the years. This...

Mark Alfaro

I am co-owner of Performance Strength Lab a high-performance training facility designed by endurance athletes for endurance athletes, and for those committed to improving their long-term...

Joe Beckerley

I am the founder of Performance Strength Lab a high-performance training facility designed by endurance athletes for endurance athletes, and for those committed to improving...

TCSD TriNews May 2018

What is Ketosis? Essentially, ketosis is a metabolic state in which you’re predominantly burning stored fat for fuel and converting fat into ketones to be used by the cells…

TCSD Classifieds

We’ve got a new free TCSD Classifieds section in the works. It’s a bit rough and needs some layout love, so I’ll call it a...

TCSD TriNews April 2018

It’s said that there are really four sports in triathlon – swim, bike, run, nutrition. Anyone looking for triathlon tips or advice on how to train will surely be told to train for those four…

Coach Jim Vance

Coach Jim Vance came on to chat about the Ironman 70.3 Texas champion Ben Kanute, Ben’s unique run/walk workouts that have helped him stay injury free, and Today’s Plan, which Jim is a huge fan of!

Mark Alfaro

I recently got the chance to talk triathlon with Mark Alfaro, TCSD’s new Track Coach. We are so lucky to have Mark coaching us. It...

Babbittville: Jan Frodeno – Post Oceanside 70.3

He is the only triathlete in history to have an Olympic gold medal and an Ironman World Championship title. In Jan Frodeno’s case, he has two Ironman World Championship titles. But even the best can have a tough day and Frodeno ended up walking a good portion of the marathon last October in Kona. We chatted Kona, Challenge Roth, and Lionel Sanders a few days after Frodeno broke the course record while winning the 2018 Ironman 70.3 Oceanside.

Breakfast with Bob 2018 Boston Edition: Tim Don

Tim Don is a three-time Olympian in the sport of triathlon representing Britain, a four- time ITU World Champion and in 2017 he recorded the fastest-ever Ironman Triathlon time with a 7:40:23 at Ironman Brazil. Last October, three days before the Ironman World Championship, Don was hit by a car while on his bike and suffered a broken neck. The Boston Marathon will be his first race back since breaking his neck.