I had just finished my swim sets a couple days ago at the pool (doing freestyle) when the young man who was sharing my lane told me that he was training for his first triathlon. Naturally, this spawned additional conversation. Before we … Continue reading
Posted in Equipment, Paddles, Swimming, Triathlon, Uncategorized
Tagged form, patent, patent application, power, shoulder pain, speed, strength, swim, swim aids, swim equipment, swim paddles, swim strength, technique, training, triathlon
Today’s invention pertains to hub systems, and more particularly to a hub gearing system contained within a cartridge which may be swapped with another hub gearing system within another cartridge of the same shape and size. First, a bit of … Continue reading
Posted in Cycling, Gearing, Training
Tagged cycling, derailleur gears, do-it-yourself, exchangeable hub gears, gearing, hub gear, hub system, patent, patent application
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If you’re like me, at least some of the time you run, you train with stability shoes. I’m partial to them when increasing mileage or recovering from an injury; of course, sometimes I just mix them into my running routine … Continue reading