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Without Limits Pull-Up Challenge May-August

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Our next team challenge is the Pullup/Chin Up Challenge. The challenge will run from TODAY through August 31st (approximately 16 weeks). GOAL – everyone in WOL do 1 pull-up alone with no assistance.  Encourage your teammates to do this together. MENS TIERS Tier 1: I’ve got some hair on my chest: 3 pullups Tier 2: […]

2 Inspiring Stories from Without Limits Athletes

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Dean Denning Dean showed up to practice just over 6 months ago and never had run a step. He wanted to improve his overall health by running. Dean’s first practice was litterally 1 lap on the track of jogging the straights and walking the curve. Dean showed up to practice 2 to 3 times per […]

What is Cycling FTP?

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What’s FTP? If you’ve been around folks who train with power on the bike, one term you’ve probably heard is FTP. So let’s break it down. First, we’ll look at the acronym. FTP stands for Functional Threshold Power. In simplest terms, FTP is the amount of power (measured in watts) that you can produce in […]

Increasing Training Volume

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Have you heard of the 10 Percent Rule for increasing your weekly running mileage? Most runners have. It’s a nearly universally accepted way of boosting your training volume. It simply says that you should add no more than 10 percent per week to your total weekly mileage. But this “rule” is flawed. There are many […]

IRONMAN competitor disqualified after first-place finish

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WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – Tom Clifford, an athlete at this year’s North Carolina IRONMAN triathlon, says he was disqualified because of changes made to the route. Clifford won the race by 11 minutes just to be told he was out of the race. He said he did not know he had to go around a certain buoy. […]

Charleston Results Blog – April/May/June 2016

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It has been awhile since our last update from the Without Limits Charleston team, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t been busy! The team continues to grow with athletes targeting a wide range of goals and events. Some of our athletes are building a foundation with their running and fitness, some are tackling new events and distances, […]

Benefits of Having a Training Partner

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Working out becomes fun. You can get a serious workout, without being serious – it’s okay to have fun. In fact, the more fun your workouts are, the more you’re going to look forward to and be commited to them over the long-term. There’s absolutely no doubt that the right workout buddy can make your […]

Charleston Results Blog – March 2016

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The Without Limits Charleston team only competed in a few events in March, but at each of those events we had multiple teammates in action. At Peyton’s Wild and Wacky 5k Ultra, we had three teammates participate in a 50k relay. Jacci Patterson, Siobhan Maize, and Tara Marlowe battled heat, mud (lots of it!), and tired legs […]

Without Limits Challenge – Week #11 (Charleston)

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In comparison to other sports, running doesn’t require a lot of gear. With that said, there are certainly lots of products out there that make it more enjoyable, keep you comfortable, or promote recovery. This week we asked our Without Limits challengers Siobhan and Tara about their favorite running gear. Siobhan Maize I was asked about […]

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