By Leah Goldstein on September 15, 2021A Day in the Life of an Endurance Cyclist – Hope for the Best, Prepare for the Worst Finishing as overall SOLO WINNER of Race Across America 2021 was a surreal moment for me. As an endurance cyclist, I had basically trained for this event for over 20 years. In fact, I had actually trained non-stop for over 2 […]
By Leah Goldstein on January 3, 2021I have decided to go at it once again and compete in RAAM 2021. For those of you who know me well, this likely isn’t a huge surprise. The pull to compete in Race Across America is greater than ever; my reasoning – I feel that I can still ride it faster. In 2019 I arrived at the starting line […]
By Leah Goldstein on July 31, 2015Celebrating the Starting Line What “victory” means now. By Leah Goldstein with Lori Friend Moger, M.Sc. One of our clients, Donna, recently ran her first ½ marathon. She looked nervous and maybe slightly overwhelmed as she headed to the starting line. Music blared and people laughed and hugged while they stretched. She gave me that “I’m not sure I […]
By Leah Goldstein on July 26, 20154 Top Tips from a Veteran Endurance Athlete How To Train For A Personal Best By Leah Goldstein with Lori Friend Moger, M.Sc. At 20 years of age, I raced my first duathlon while serving in the Israeli military. I ran, biked, and ran some more, with a crappy bike, crappier shoes and a mostly military-style training regimen. […]
Office: Vernon, B.C.
1 (250) 309-3638