8 Mantras to help balance life. Balance is an art, not a science. It is not black and white; what works for one person may not work for another. I do not believe that there is a singular key to creating balance, but rather that harmony arises when you do your best to embrace the present in each and every moment. There will be times when life is tough and feels completely out of balance. Sometimes it is just the nature of things that need to get done and commitments beyond sport.
They juggle the demands of taking care of a family, building a career, and essentially organizing the chaos of everyday life, and that’s just before noon. Yet somehow make it all look so easy. We honor the multitasking moms of Team INFINIT. We probably all have memories of our moms helping us learn how to ride a two-wheeler, getting up early to shuttle us to swim practice, and sitting through all-day meets and competitions.
The American Triple-T is a weekend-long event consisting of four different triathlon distance races spanning three days. Athletes who take on the event have the option to partake in a single race or go all-in by doing the entire weekend of racing, ranging from a super-sprint to half iron (70.3) distance.
INFINIT is excited to announce Matt will be joining what is shaping up to be a truly stellar Team INFINIT roster in 2019 and beyond. After an astonishing comeback journey following an accident during the 2017 IRONMAN World Championship, Matt stunned the world with a 6th place finish when he returned to Kona one year later.
Rapid fire Q&A session with Team INFINIT Pro Triathlete and Olympian Andy Potts. Andy runs through 15 questions from INFINIT Facebook and Instagram followers, answering questions about his training and race day strategies leading up to the Ironman World Championships in Kona and beyond.
Team INFINIT Pro Triathlete, Rudy von Berg, talks to us about the breakout season he's had in 2018—Racing with his dad and sister at 70.3 Worlds in South Africa, going on to win 70.3 Nice 2 weeks later, and his experiences competing at the pro level at just 24 years old.
A couple weekends ago I raced in the Steelhead 70.3 (Half Ironman) in Benton Harbor, Michigan. This was my 2nd time racing at Steelhead but the last time I raced here was back in 2010 where I set my 70.3 PR with a time of 4:16:06. This is my 3rd year racing a professional triathlete and I have dabbled in a few 70.3's over the last couple of years including Chattanooga (2016 and 2018) and Austin (2016 - canceled swim) and just hadn't put together a good half Ironman race in a long time.
We asked Team INFINIT Athlete Maddy Frank to take us through a day in the life of a high school senior who also balances life as a Cat 1 mountain biker and competitive cyclist — From training to homework to shopping for waterproof (and more importantly sweatproof) mascara!
INFINIT Athlete Ryan Petry discusses his experience at the Leadville 100, a mountain bike race like nothing else. The energy and athletes that fill the sleepy mining town is unrivaled by any other mountain bike race in the world. This year was my 6th time taking on the 104 miles and 11,000ft of climbing.
Paddle sports have really risen in popularity over recent years as serious solo sports, as well as a fun way to crosstrain and gain endurance in the hot summer months. As more and more athletes hit the water, paddle sports competitions have reached new heights in interest and participation. With this area of endurance sports in an upward trajectory, we wanted to talk to one of the hardest working athletes competing in the sport today — INFINIT Pro Jenn J Lee.