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The focus of RedZone fitness is on training methods that can be used in home, outdoors or during travel. Ideas to make working out more convenient and more fun!

Owner: Tracy_Christenson

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Latest Blog Posts for RedZone Fitness

  • Training with Power in Cycling and Triathlon
    on Mar 17, 2013 in Uncategorized
    Training with Power in Cycling and Triathlon Learning how to use power and wattage in your cycling training can be one of the most beneficial things you can do for your training.  It allows you to see the story of your race or ride, to see where you...
  • RedZone Fitness Partnering with Cycling Center Dallas at new locations
    on Jan 8, 2013 in Uncategorized
    RedZone Fitness is excited be partnering with Cycling Center Dallas at its new locations!    For those not familiar with Cycling Center Dallas, it is an indoor cycling performance center that uses power and wattage to give progressive, and specific...
  • The up and coming Rockwall Cycling Women’s Team
    on Nov 17, 2012 in Uncategorized
    I Love to ride my bike.    That’s no secret to anyone who has known me for about 10 minutes.  I also love to race my bike, which has turned out to be quite an addicting hobby.  I spent the last 2 years riding and racing for a team sponsored b...
  • Stretching for Performance
    on Nov 13, 2012 in Uncategorized
    Stretching for Better Performance Train Smarter not Harder For cyclist and endurance athletes, the emphasis getting the work done to get faster and fitter.  For many that means putting miles on the bike or run, meters in the pool and the correct com...
  • Ideas for Winter Season Training
    on Oct 22, 2012 in Uncategorized
    Now is the time to give your body and mind a little break from the structure and training demands of your sport.  Although you still want to stay active, participating in some activities with different demands will keep your basic fitness levels up...
  • TRX suspension training as an option
    on Oct 15, 2012 in Uncategorized
    As triathlon and road racing season comes to a close for 2012, I feel like now is the time I get to stress the importance of one of my favorite subjects, which is  sport specific strength and conditioning.  I realize I may be in the minority among...
  • Adding Strength to your Endurance
    on Oct 4, 2012 in Uncategorized
    A sport-specific approach for multisport athletes. Yes….resistance training CAN make you faster!  Increased efficiency, improved biomechanics and less fatigue are all things that may result from adding a couple of strength sessions a week to your...
  • Women’s group riding and introduction to racing clinic – a great success!
    on Feb 13, 2012 in Archived posts
    Women’s Group Riding and Introduction to Bike Racing Clinic Redzone fitness and the Think Finance Women’s cycling squad hosted and outdoor group riding skills and introduction to racing clinic. To goal being to help expose those to the sport...
  • Women’s group riding and introduction to racing clinic – a great success!
    on Feb 13, 2012 in Archived posts
    Redzone fitness and the Think Finance Women’s cycling squad hosted and outdoor group riding skills and introduction to racing clinic. To goal being to help expose those to the sport that may not have found their way over to us yet, and help those a...
  • There is more to it than getting on the podium.
    on Jul 24, 2011 in Archived posts
    There is a lot more to competition then standing on the podium. It feels great to win, but being the fastest or the strongest does not equal being the most respected or the one who brings the most to the sport.  Competition, especially at an amateur...
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