Amy Javens
QT2 Systems Triathlon Coach

Redefine your limits!
Things We Can Learn From Injury
Amy Javens
Sunday, July 16, 2017

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  1. Finish Lines
    28 Nov, 2017
    Finish Lines
    Finish lines are personal.  To each and every one of us, we all have stories that are to be celebrated at a finish line.  Whether an athlete crosses first with banners, or athletes who cross last, there is always something symbolic about them.  They ARE a big deal, not just to the spectator, but to the athlete, who celebrates something sacred, that only he or she can own.  A journey that started with a first step, lots of growth, failures, and ends with bang.   Finish lines are to be respected
  2. 2017 Ironman Los Cabos Race Reflection
    17 Nov, 2017
    2017 Ironman Los Cabos Race Reflection
    The 2017 season was one of patience.  Starting out, with the decision to return to the age group ranks at 45 yrs of age, was something I always planned on doing since deciding to race in the professional field 4 years ago.  Some may view racing age group as a stepping stone to becoming professional, but at my age (good Lord..), I viewed racing pro, as a stepping stone to becoming all what I could become, as an athlete.  So, when I did step back into the age group division, I had many diverse
  3. To Disc, or Not to Disc???
    01 May, 2017
    To Disc, or Not to Disc???
    To disc, or not to disc?   Will I be faster with a rear disc?  Questions I hear a lot from triathletes. In a nutshell, disc wheels are speed boosters and will help you go faster! Disc wheels reduce drag and improve airflow around the back of the bike.  Many triathletes use them for the same reason time trialers do...they are quicker because they are more aerodynamic. Makes sense with a headwind and tailwind, right?  Then how about the crosswind argument?  Interesting to note, many wind tunnel