Hi all. My name is Jessie Kenny. For over two years I have worked with Andrew to improve my nutrition for Ironman races here in the U.S. and Canada. During that time, we also trained together, day in and day out. Learning and sharing in both the pains and successes of triathlon. Andrew and I have talked many times about teaming up together to share our experiences with those new to the sport and looking for a helping hand or more advanced athletes looking to take it to another level.
As of today, I am very excited to officially be part of the BodyFuel team. I join BodyFuel as a multisport coach and mentor; more specifically a Level 1 USAT Triathlon coach.
What this means for you is more events, affordable coaching, and group challenges. Starting as early as November 12th with our first product sponsored event, we plan to bring a variety of learning opportunities to everyone.
* affordable personalized coaching; single or multisport disciplines
* triathlon transition clinics for new comers
* product samples & demonstrations
* weight loss or body fat percentage challenges
* nutritional seminars
* triathlon focused swim sessions
* team winter run race series
* team calendar of triathlon races
A little something for everyone and being a part of the group is free.
Our initial goal is to get people doing things together. Creating a supportive group/team environment that combines nutrition with sport and triathlon instruction.
Be a part of the team! Stay up to date with events and activities - join our Facebook group page www.facebook.com/groups/BodyFuelSPN/
Body Fuel Sports Performance & Lifestyle Nutrition added 2 new photos.
Can't say enough, these two took on the weather and some of the nation's best this weekend at USAT AG Nationals. They got to try out a new bag of tricks for cooling, had some personal bests, and made it back safely to Colorado! - (Towel wrap is a good look Mike) ...
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The dust has settled, recovery is in full swing, race debriefs are done and now it's time to congratulate four amazing triathletes for their 2016 Ironman Boulder finish!
Tracy Wolf - overcame chronic cramping and under fueling Andy Meadows - lost 20# with full revamp of nutrition&hydration Jon Doyle - beat chronic athletic fatigue and cramping Austin Tanner - eliminated chronic dehydration
Honored and grateful to be a part of their Ironman experience; individuals who have the relentless drive, strength, and dedication to punish themselves for an entire year; then do it again in spades on Ironman race day.
Lots of calls, texts and emails each week to put the pieces together! Daily calories, weight loss, training hydration, staple foods, race week food, race day food, fueling strategies, and discussions about products, supplements, and race day logistics.
In the end we overcame cramping, chronic fatigue, poor hydration, excess weight, and under fueling through evidence based nutrition and hydration strategies. No fancy gimmicks, supplements, or voodoo. ...
T-Minus 4 days to IRONMAN Boulder and pre-race nutrition is in full effect our racers. Good vibes Andy Meadows, Jon Doyle, Tracy Wolf, Austin Tanner!
For many months these amazingly strong individuals have trained their hydration and nutrition just as hard as their run-bike-swim. Executing their fueling plan on race day with flexibility and habit takes lets them focus on the race! ...
Last week Jessie Kenny took on Ironman Canada in Whistler - a wicked course, finishing in the top 10 for her AG.
Her swim was SICK 65 minutes WOW.
This follows IM 70.3 St. George another feared venue. Beast mode for this mom of two - not entirely sure how she does it!! Rock on sister - Great accomplishment- Grateful for the opportunity to be a part of your success JK. ...
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Guys at Kompetitive Edge shared some tire pressure info I found valuable. Ryan's been a great resource - if you haven't visited him for TRI needs, you should. ...
As we near #IronmanBoulder this Sunday, over the next few days we're going to offer you a few FREE (or close to it) tips to get your gear and preparation as fast and efficient as possible for race day. With that, we introduce you to...
IRONMAN BOULDER TIP #1: Check Your Tire Pressure
A common misconception is that the higher your tire pressure is, the lower your rolling resistance is and the faster you'll go. This leads to many riders pumping their tires up to the maximum pressure rating which is often 120 psi. In reality, we don't ride on perfectly manicured roads (especially in Boulder) and maintaining rolling momentum is more beneficial than decreasing tire contact by upping the pressure. As an added benefit, you'll get better grip when cornering and will have a much more comfortable ride.
Check out the chart below for a rough idea on tire pressure for your weight and tire size (we always recommend running 5 psi higher on the rear tire as that is where the majority of your weight is). You should always take into account wheel width and never go above or below your tire ratings printed on the sidewall.
Tune in tomorrow for more race day tips as we prepare for #IMBoulder!