Lake Tahoe

11 09, 2013

Don’t Change a Winning Formula

Ironman Lake Tahoe. Keep it Simple. Don’t Change Your Winning Formula. A couple of years ago, a good mate of mine was training for the Ultraman in Hawaii. Ultraman is DOUBLE the Ironman distance. Only 12 people in the world register to do this event! One week before race day, he was on a treadmill [...]

29 08, 2013

Live for the Blue Mile

Get a wet towel, and slowly, bit by bit, turn by turn, wring every last drop of water out for hours and hours. Whatever your goals are for up-coming IM Tahoe, your energy expenditure will be similar to the aforementioned. I’m continually learning about myself as I compete and I want to share a few [...]

29 07, 2013

Donner Lake Triathlon: A Perfect Test for Things

Great job to all who raced Donner Lake Triathlon this past weekend! Here are some of Coach Leroy's observations and thoughts from the event that will help you prepare for IM Lake Tahoe and other races this season: 1. It was a perfect test for things. It’s a best practice to have a dress rehearsal [...]

22 07, 2013

Ironman Lake Tahoe Training Weekend Take-Aways

I was reflecting on the Lake Tahoe Training Camp experience and I came up with a few take-aways that might be of some use. No matter how you look at it, Ironman is hard. It’s a hard thing to get through. 1. Respect the elevation. Give yourself the time to adapt to the altitude. This [...]

COVID Update: KP Team Workouts

We follow all SCC Covid Guidelines at our KP Team Workouts. Please be considerate and wear a mask when not actively cycling, or running. Please spread out to 6+ feet whenever possible on the bike and run. Please do not spit, or blow "snot rockets" on the bike, or running. If you are feeling sick, or have been exposed to someone sick, or Covid positive, please do not come out to a KP Team Workout. Please wash hands before and after any KP Team workouts. If you are in a high risk category, don't come out until you have been vaccinated. We hope for a healthy and safe 2021!