Blog 33: Get to know Coach Jenn!!

Congrats on your recent performance at Challenge Daytona, an amazing podium after a canceled race in October, which really extended your season. How did you handle this change? Any advice for us when dealing with setbacks or obstacles along the way? Have perspective. Let go of the uncontrollables. Be adaptable. When IM Wilmington 70.3 was […]

Blog 32: Systems

by Coach Meghan Fillnow Originally posted on the BASE Performance Blog. You can learn more about BASE Performance here.  As we head into the new year, many people set New Year’s Resolutions. Countless studies verify that only 8% of people actually keep their resolutions, and 45% of resolutions are over by the end of January. […]

Blog 31: Evolution

by Coach Jenn Stanton As coaches, we often get asked the questions:What race should I do this year?What race would be best for me?What would be the most fun?Who, what, where, when, why, how…???Of course, we can answer a lot of these questions and help answer others, but there are some questions that athletes/people/humans have […]

Blog 30: Training for Real Life

by Emily Hansen As with most difficult situations, it’s impossible to see the way out when you’re in the darkest of night. So how does one navigate the treacherous waters of self-doubt and depression? Most of us don’t actively prepare for tragedy. We don’t read up on how to deal with heartbreak and loss because […]

Blog 28: Chocolate Banana Cream Overnight Oats

by Katie Elliott Overnight oats with chia seeds and banana Ingredients: ½ cup old fashioned oats ½ cup plain almond milk 1 sliced banana ¼ cup plain Greek yogurt 1 scoop whey protein powder (vanilla or chocolate– I use Cocoa Elite’s Everyday Cocoa Whey Double Cocoa)  (discount code: kelly-8561)  1 tablespoon flax or chia seed 1 […]

Blog 27: Cultivating Passion

by Emily Hansen Spending time pursuing all things related to the passion. studying the conditions, the equipment, the dangers, the required skills, the environment. learning from others experience. poring over maps or routes or training plans. reading stories and reports, the history. how to be successful. different opportunities. organizations. paths. how do my gifts and […]

Blog 26: Jessica Hargis Feature

My day starts with getting my two dogs, Buster Brown and Maggie, fed before my two boys, Nolan and Ryan, wake up ready for breakfast.  Ryan could live in the water so he likes to take a bath while I pack lunches and get myself ready.  Once we are ready it’s a mad dash to […]

Blog 25: Keith Weidman Feature

What is your background in sport?  I played sports my entire life and it was a huge part of my childhood.  I played organized baseball, soccer, and golf in high school.  My free time was spent playing whatever sport my buddies and I could drum up.   I love to compete so sport was always a […]

Blog 24: Robert Harriss Feature

FC: Describe a day in the life of Robert Harriss!  RH: I’m a morning runner, typically each morning Monday through Friday I’m up and out the door before 3:45am to get in my workouts before work. Saturday and Sundays I allow myself a little sleep in time, but depending on the workout plan or training goals that could always […]