Ironman Certified Coach based out of Nashville, TN
As a passionate triathlete and professional, I've always been interested in people who achieve in athletics, business, or otherwise. One common trait that successful people have is their ability to accomplish more in less time. Yes, you can get there with brute force, but the best way to excel in any given field is via focused practice and execution. The same concept can be applied to triathlon.
Working Triathlete is a source for those who want to leverage their time to achieve maximum gains on minimal time investment. Sure, you can slog through 25+ hours of cardio like the pros, but if you have other obligations, like a family or career, you simply can't. Fortunately, with a well-structured training plan and specific knowledge, you can achieve your potential (or very close to it) in fewer hours than you might realize. This doesn't mean that you can become a pro on 10 hours per week or that you don't have to work at getting faster--but you can and should assimilate training techniques and principles that allow you to achieve superior fitness gains in less time--and you should take advantage of hacks, tips and products that allow you to achieve more with less effort.
So take a look around the website and feel free to drop me a line with questions or comments. I hope that Working Triathlete inspires you to set new goals, find balance and, most of all, kill it on the course.
Ironman Certified Coach
USA Triathlon All American
Ironman: 9:18 -- Louisville '17
Ironman 70.3: 4:10 Chatty '17 (shortened swim); 4:24 Muncie '17