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BECOME A BETTER ATHLETE WITH HOLISTIC NUTRITION & TRAINING INFORMATION FROM 4X IRONMAN, REPEAT USAT AGE-GROUP NATIONALS QUALIFIER AND IM ALL-WORLD ATHLETE, LUKE POWELL

Latest Blog Posts

  • Chasing Bourbon, Bikes and Warriors

    My race schedule has been different in 2018 than previous years. It has not been littered with triathlons and road running races. This year was a year for me to explore new things and challenge myself. As the year progressed and I found some races I wanted to do, I saw that October was going […]

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  • No Sugar November – 2018 Edition

    October is coming to an end. So you know what that means? It’s time for “No Sugar November”! Can you go from November 1st until Thanksgiving (that’s only 21 days this year) with no sugar? It might seem like a monumental task, but take a few minutes to read the rest of this post and […]

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  • The 2018 Holistic Hundred Challenge

    The Holistic Hundred is a 100 day challenge that starts on Tuesday, August 14th and ends on Wednesday, November 21st (the day before Thanksgiving). The challenge consists of not eating any sugars, grains or vegetable oils.This is not Keto. This is not Low Carb. This is not calorie counting. This is not counting macros. Just […]

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  • Spartan Fort Knox Race Report

    My website originally started out as a way for me to chronicle my triathlon journeys. After over nine years of training and racing triathlons, I decided that I was ready to venture out and try something new. Lifting weights and staying strong has always been part of my triathlon training, despite knowing that shedding some […]

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  • Is Sparkling Water Healthy?

    Saying that sparkling waters are popular is an understatement. Nearly 574 million gallons of sparkling water — $6.1 billion worth — were sold in the U.S. in 2016, the last full year of data, according to Beverage Marketing. And that figure was expected to reach 790 gallons and more than $8.5 million in 2017. Compare […]

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  • You Get Out What You Put In

    For the last nine years, I’ve “trained” for triathlons. Usually starting in late December or early January, I come up with a plan based on what races I have for the upcoming season. Some years that means I’m building my training for a full (Ironman) distance triathlon. Other years, I might do a half distance […]

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