Energy Bites Recipe

B78 coach Alicia Bulmer has shared her amazing energy bites recipe with us! No baking required! ENERGY BITES 24 Medjool Dates  – pits removed 2 Tbsp Cacao Nibs 2 Tbsp Cacao Powder 1 Scoop Protein Powder 1/4 Cup Dried Cranberries 1/4 Cup Dried Blueberries 1/2 Cup Raw Pumpkin Seeds 2 Tsp Chia Seeds 1 Tsp … Continue reading

Coach Alicia Bulmer's energy bites recipe

Mikael Staer Nathan

Mikael is an elite triathlete from Toronto, Canada. His journey in triathlon began in 2009, when he joined a club in Copenhagen, Denmark, while studying on an exchange program. He immediately got hooked on the sport and with a background in swimming and running, triathlon only made sense. Since then, he has been obsessed with … Continue reading

Mikael Staer Nathan

Anika Todd

Anika has been riding bikes since 2012 and has been racing bikes at a national and international level since 2013. She has represented Canada at multiple international events including the Jeux de Francophonie, Lotto Belgian Tour and Ladies Tour of Holland. She also raced professionally for two seasons. She is now focusing on completing her … Continue reading

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Steph Corker

Steph grew up as a competitive swimmer and caught the triathlon bug when she moved from Toronto to Vancouver 10 years ago. After spending countless hours in the pool, she thought life on a bicycle could be fun and running longer than 5km at a time might enable her to see the entire seawall! Truly, … Continue reading

Steph Corker Ironman Champion

Maximizing Your Time

Are you short on time? If so, here are a few simple things you should be doing to maximize the time you have. 1. Stress through intensity Getting stronger, fitter and faster is all about applying specific stress loads to your body and then adapting to a new level. Stress can be applied several ways. … Continue reading

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Space Your Workouts

Your training week should consist of several key workouts that target a specific training response. In other words, there should be several workouts that are truly “work”. It is not necessary nor productive to smash yourself every day but it is very necessary to smash yourself with regularity provided you can recover adequately. Creating space … Continue reading

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Three Ways To Be A Better Sport

We often equate sportsmanship with the ability to be gracious in defeat. This is definitely one of the cornerstones of sportsmanship but it need not be the only measure. In fact, sometimes it’s very difficult to be gracious when someone has just kicked your ass. To be truly gracious requires a level of consciousness that … Continue reading

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Be an athlete before you are a triathlete

Being a great triathlete requires being an athlete first. Too many people get caught up in the linear, repetitive actions of triathlon for 12 months of the year and forget to spend time developing other athletic skills. The latest research in youth athletic development shows that sports specialization should not happen until you are into … Continue reading

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