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So far Rachael Colacino has created 27 blog entries.

From Beginner Triathlete: Triathletes Need More than Long, Slow Distance

By | March 15th, 2017|Blog|

By Jeff Ford When you attend any triathlon event you can quickly tell the athletes who prioritize strength training in their personal plans and those who let it slip away.

Decipher Your Own Heart Rate Code

By | March 8th, 2017|Blog|

By Dr. Brian Austin-Hickey, Brian MacKenzie, and Rachael Colacino Heart. Beat. Heart. Beat. Ba bum. Ba bum. Lub dub. Lub dub. From the moment we are born to our last

Get Off the Floor and Save Yourself

By | March 4th, 2017|Blog|

By Darrel Wang When I think back to the days that my old man used to be a book full of cliche quotes, I typically chuckle and brush it off.

Why You Can’t Rely on Willpower

By | March 1st, 2017|Blog|

By Jeff Ford When you type your credit card information into the checkout cart for your event and click the finalize payment button, everything changes. You’re not only filled with

Seven Steps to Fine Tuning Your Race-Day Nutrition

By | February 25th, 2017|Blog|

“Success depends upon previous preparation, and without such preparation there is sure to be failure.” – Confucius By Rachael Colacino Benjamin I. Rapoport; segment of glycogen molecule from image by

Access Your Performance Potential

By | February 22nd, 2017|Blog|

By Brian MacKenzie and Rachael Colacino As we enter spring competition and race season, now is the time to refine and learn how to mentally and physically tap into your

After Ecstasy Comes the Laundry

By | February 18th, 2017|Blog|

By Rob Wilson Nature never hurries, yet everything gets done.  -- Tao Te Ching My good friend Rosie Taylor, a yoga teacher of nearly 30 years, has a wonderful saying,”After

You Will Not Out Suffer Me

By | February 15th, 2017|Blog|

By Brian MacKenzie, Erin MacKenzie and Rachael Colacino  When it comes to sport, especially endurance, the ability to suffer can not only mean the difference between a good and a

Rules of (Food) Engagement: Eat the Cake

By | February 8th, 2017|Blog|

By Darrel Wang In my short time on this planet, I've learned some cardinal rules about food and nutrition. Some were easy lessons, some were not so easy. As Otto

Fasting Feats: Extreme or Natural?

By | January 25th, 2017|Blog|

By Brian MacKenzie and Rachael Colacino It’s common in our society today to seek short-term solutions in exchange for big gains. But compare the costs of short-term gains, which often

Lindsay Ford

Lindsay Ford is the Director of Dietetics at Skyterra Wellness in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Lake Toxaway, North Carolina. In addition to her full time role at SkyTerra, Lindsay provides nutrition support and education for PSE. She is a contributor to Runjury free, Jeff Ford’s blog devoted to sharing information with endurance athletes. She has over nine years practical experience working with individuals primarily in weight-loss, endurance specific training and sports including soccer, football, golf and gymnastics. 

Lindsay’s passion pushes her every day to inspire individuals to maintain a healthy weight, achieve goals and live a more balance life while training for sports in a PSE structure. She taps into her personal and professional experience to provide foundational and current nutrition guidance. Lindsay is a former Division I collegiate soccer player and 1 x Boston Marathon Qualifier with a lifetime marathon personal record of 3:33 following the PSE model of training.

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