When we created Endurance Magazine in 2003, I was relatively new to the attitude of possibility that surrounded endurance sports. Sure, I challenged myself before then, but in ways that were still “comfortable”. It wasn’t until my friend Chael Banks suggested I sign up for my first Ironman at
In addition to learning how David Baddour credits F3 with preparing him for his colon cancer battle, you will also learn about F3’s sister organization, FiA (Females in Action). For more even more inspiration we share the story of how triathlon has become the hobby of one 13-year-old Leukemia Survivor.
I am honored to write the Editor’s Note for the Spring Issue of Endurance Magazine. I am no stranger to this publication as I have been employed here for the last 10 years working on all our incredible and inspiring events including the Tar Heel 10 Miler and Fleet
When running through your neighborhood or along the busy city streets near your office doesn’t satisfy your need for escape or simply doesn’t provide that necessary relief from stress and your hectic life it’s time go off-road. There are plenty of state and local parks and greenways to run
Dick Hoyt pushing his son Rick, who has cerebral palsy, along the run course of the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii... that is what triathlon is all about to me. Hoyt is often the person people cite as the catalyst for their own Ironman journey. I reflected on this last month when I finished the
Endurance Magazine publisher Steve Lackey created the Ramblin’ Rose Women’s Triathlon back in 2006 and for years the team here at Endurance Magazine has worked hard to inspire women to lead healthy and active lifestyles through the event. Our goal at the magazine and our other events like the
Cycling in April is always a bit hit and miss with the weather but, now that we are reaching late Spring, it’s the perfect time to ride. With charity rides and century events in full swing there are an abundance of opportunities to ride for a cause or ride
Studies have shown that it takes more than 23 minutes to get back to a task after being interrupted and in this day and age of connectivity there is no shortage of things to interrupt us. The pinging sound of new e-mail, the buzz of a text message, a