November 20, 2010

Almost 4 years ago now, I met AJ Fitzhenry for the first time outside a local coffee shop in Lafayette, La.  He saw my Ironman tattoo (thought I’d only do one back in 1995 so I got a tattoo) and asked me If I did triathlons.  The rest is history! From this point on AJ […]

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Running for Performance workshop

November 12, 2010

Running for Performance workshop November 28th, 2010.  For more info click on the pic below~

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Crossfit for Baseball?

October 25, 2010

Eric Cressey is one of the best young minds in the sports performance arena and is renowned for his baseball expertise.  I recently read his article (see below) on Crossfit for Baseball and found it to be right on point.  I will also add, that I believe his vision holds true for all Crossfits’ “so […]

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Thoughts to ponder when training for an Endurance event

October 24, 2010

Here are seven thoughts to ponder as to how one can become a better endurance athlete: 1) Long Slow Distance training (=’s)  Long Slow Distance racing (why be out there any longer than you have to?) ~ 2) If you want to go fast, you have to train fast (at least once a week)~ 3) […]

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Tour Du Teche a 130 Mile Kayak

September 29, 2010

It was truly an adventure for the boat named “Le Launcer de La Terre”.  A 130 miles in a Kayak down the Bayou Teche.  This wasn’t my first extreme endurance rodeo, However, it was only my second time being in a kayak (first being Eco Challenge Alaska in 2000) and never before had I spent […]

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3 things to avoid if you want to lose weight

September 1, 2010

In my life as a fitness consultant, there is one question that I get asked more than any other… “How can I lose weight?” A lot of people would like you to believe that it’s really difficult and takes a genius to figure out, but the truth is if you want to lose weight all […]

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Running for Performance

August 30, 2010

This video does not cover my entire class on running form and technique, but It will give you some things to think about before you go out for that next run or practice.  The athletes in this video are baseball, football and basketball players, so my instruction was leaning more towards the power running form than […]

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SEPI Athlete heading to 70.3 World Championships

August 25, 2010

Coach Terry with SEPI athlete AJ Fitzhenry during his visit to Strength and Endurance Performance Institute last year to conduct a VO2 max test and nail down his nutrition / caloric needs.  As with most athletes I train, AJ quickly learned that he was way under his needed daily caloric intake. Since visiting us he […]

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Does my Vo2 or Lactate Threshold determine my success

August 10, 2010
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Over-training and how to avoid it

August 5, 2010

Sorry for the lengthy time between articles, I’ve been on a cruise with my family.  I never realized how little (QUALITY TIME) we truly spent together, until we were all on a boat 24/7, enjoying whatever the day brought our way. Now that the simple life is over, and it’s back to work, I thought […]

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