June 16, 2016


What can I say about this event, just the name of it gives me a sensation of “iconic” a good feeling of adventure and if you think that the Escape from Alcatraz triathlon is an event worth of being in your bucket list, you are right. That said I will take you to somewhere I didn’t remember quite well until […]
May 24, 2016


Here it is: XTERRA OAK MOUNTAIN CHAMPIONSHIP Sometimes it’s not about the size itself of a race, it’s about the meaning you put on it… That was the case for me this past weekend in the XTERRA Oak Mountain Championship, coming from racing 70.3 in Galveston with 60 pros or so, to a race of 15 pro men in the […]
April 14, 2016

Ironman 70.3 Texas 2016

This is a short showing of myself during the first race of my season.. First of all, in terms of my training, I did something different, my base training was about one month longer than usual and it was totally worth it, the way my body and mind was asking me to race was an amazing feeling… I still don’t know […]
March 15, 2016

Fueling During Training Versus Racing

Fueling During Training Versus Racing To be sure, refueling during long races is essential. Any race more than a few hours will typically require some refueling. As you should know by now, you shouldn’t try anything new on race day that hasn’t been done in training. So, yes, trying out your nutrition strategy in training before a race is important. […]
February 16, 2016

The word focus: Applications in the world of triathlon.

The word focus: As a noun, it means: the center of interest or activity. As a verb it means: to pay particular attention to. The New Year has begun not to much ago… and for most of us the wheater is cold or our first competition is months off. At this point in time, the word focus might be not very clear […]
January 22, 2016

6 Common Treadmill Blunders (Article from Ironman U)

Hey, I just found this amazing article By Mackenzie Lobby Havey, and it is great. It seems simple and obvious but after being 10 minutes in the gym I can see that almost everyone is doing one of this mistakes in terms of training. Hope you enjoy it! One thing professional triathlete Thomas Gerlach has discovered through years of training and racing […]
January 13, 2016

Stop Rushing Life

One of my goals has always been to be the stupidest person in the room so I can surround myself with crazy smart people I can learn from. That’s how I can grow the fastest. Inadvertently, by doing that, I can’t help but compare myself to them. The stories about Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and other crazy 20-something-year-old […]