Posts From Jeff Fejfar

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Why Not Me?

Hopefully this hits home for many in taking a chance.


My First Decade of Triathlon, by the Numbers

I did my first multisport event in the spring of 2006 at a local gym that hosted an indoor triathlon.


Be a Great Competitor, Not Overly Competitive

What leads athletes to knowingly break the rules and cheat to reach a goal? I think the answer is a bit of ego and being overly competitive.


Prepare to Win

The targets an athlete sets should be appropriate based on an his or her background and level of fitness.


Becoming a Swimmer, Not Just a Triathlete

How do you develop speed and efficiency in the water as someone who began swimming later in life?


The Heat is On

I live in the Memphis-metro area and we are in the middle of summer. That means daily temperatures of 90 F or greater, morning humidity of 95-100% and heat indexes


Build and Descend with Purpose

I have been very fortunate over the years to share the lane (or at least share the pool) with some incredibly strong swimmers and triathletes.


Triathlon is Boring

Don’t get me wrong, I love training. I love racing. I even love watching other athletes competing.