Month: November 2014

  2014-11-29 |   Category : Athlete's Blog

Last month, I was just getting started after a long layoff from training due to work demands. This month, the focus is on carrying that newfound inertia forward. The mojo’s coming back. I can already feel some fitness improvements and I WANT to ride and cross train again. Now, I can tell myself to keep …

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  |   Category : Athlete's Blog

Stefanie Mick, o2fit athlete, shares her odyssey transitioning from an elite runner to a promising cyclist… After running for many years, the wear and tear on my body was catching up getting to the point where running became increasingly painful. I knew it was time to make a change. With much encouragement from my doctor …

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  2014-11-24 |   Category : Athlete's Blog

A blog contribution from Tom Crespi, O2fit Athlete-Extraordinaire…. There were just 100 yards to go and the two cyclists who’d been battling all week were one and two. The lead cyclist jumped and began sprinting for the line!  The other cyclist was able to catch back on behind him and stay in his slipstream. Then …

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  2014-11-13 |   Category : Athlete's Blog

Blog contribution by o2fit athlete, Lucie Oren… I love the fall.  It’s my favorite season.  The colors are glorious and the temps are perfect for getting out on your bike or strapping on your running/hiking shoes.  Fall is also one of my most challenging periods of the year to stay disciplined.  Is it yours, too?  …

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  2014-11-05 |   Category : Athlete's Blog

A post from O2fitness athlete Laurie Marlowe O.k., suddenly it’s November.   And not only are the days shorter, they just became even shorter as we turned back our clocks. Holidays looming, cold, dark mornings and early sunsets all mean just one thing.  After work rides are over.  Weekend rides aren’t nearly as long or ambitious …

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