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Want to dial in your nutrition, energy and weight before your next big race?  Not sure what or how much you should eat each day when you are training for a marathon or half marathon?  Love to cook and eat healthy but just can’t find the time to figure it out on a busy schedule? […]


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  Without Limits JULY NEWS Blog| Training | Nutrition | Events | Apparel | About Us FROM THE BLOG   EYE HEALTH AND RUNNING – WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW Think about all the time, money and effort we as runners invest in protecting our bodies, muscles and joints from the physical demands of our favorite […]

For the Endurance Athlete…Surround yourself with Great People for Great Performance

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By:Lieutenant Colonel Kyle Phillips There is a perception of isolation and loneliness with endurance sports. Competing in marathon, triathlon, and ultra running seems a wholly individual endeavor to an outsider. There is only one way to reach the finish line. Keep moving. Perhaps the segment in the Movie Forest Gump is responsible for perpetuating the theme […]

How to Motivate Yourself for 2019 – Sign Up For a Race!

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By Without Limits Founder (and Coach) Tom Clifford. Experts say that most New Years Resolutions don’t last because people de-commit to their goals just a few weeks after January 1st.  Why?  Are folks setting goals that are not realistic with their schedule?  Are people just not committed enough?  Are these goals being set with any […]

Why Hire A Coach?

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WHY HIRE A COACH? There are lots of training books and programs online but what makes hiring a coach different? A coach helps individuals achieve their own, unique goals with the ability to adjust the schedule due to work or family life, injuries, age, and time. Training is not a one size fits all program, […]

Why Does Tapering Feel Like Crap and how do you stay healthy?

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You have spent months training for your race and most weeks you have felt amazing.  Your mileage was up, and even though you were sleepy tired, the more you ran the better you felt.  Now it is time to rest up for the race and you feel worse.  What the……. What happened, why would you […]

Write a Letter to Yourself Before You Race

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Coach Sami, challenged all of her Ironman Louisville athletes to “write a letter to themselves” before race day. She plans on saving these and mailing them next year as a reminder, but having said that, she did one for herself… CAUTION: THE SAMI ZONE Samiism’s, Trueisms, and Personal Material Ahead Read at Your Own Risk […]

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 […]

Cadence on the Bike, and Why You Should Care

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One question that pops up all the time at the Computrainer lab is, “what cadence should I be riding at?” Well, that depends. Let’s start by defining what cadence is. Cadence refers to how many revolutions per minute (RPM’s) you make for one leg while riding. Therefore, if your right leg goes around 90 times […]

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