One can easily pick Leslee Mitchell out on her bike. She is on the recumbent, coaching and cheering women on as they learn how to ride bikes and push themselves to new heights. Leslee was introduced to cycling during rehab after a back injury some 15 years ago. Due to the nature of the […]
Are you unsure what to buy for that special someone?
Gift Packages for Training With Tracy are available for the month of December as special prices.
Follow these easy steps to give the gift of health and fitness to that loved one or friend:
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The first time I did a CAAM 200K was in way back 2013, and it was the longest I had done. Back in those days the group was small enough that we could go into an establishment for lunch without having to rent the entire facility. Not any longer!
I’m excited that each time there […]
As a mom, personal trainer and coach, the gratification received by witnessing someone accomplish their goals is immeasurable. Recently I had a client come to me with a specific goal and needed some direction / training outlined to achieve the stated goal.
Felipe “El Torito” Monsalve (Pipe’) came to me for a consultation earlier this […]
To train for a climbing event in “flat Florida” is a challenge, however, with the proper coaching and tools it can be very productive. Training With Tracy and Top Step Cycling are joining forces to help cyclists build confidence and skills to prepare for such events.
Top Step’s licensed Head Coach Steve Mlujeak and AFAA […]
It’s beyond my scope of understanding, but for some sick reason we mere mortals seem to get some sort of gratification out of watching someone else suffer greatly during insane athletic events. “How can you say that, Tracy?” you may ask with and air of shock and judgement. Please allow me to attempt to […]
At Road Titans 300 last year I met a delightful Brit named Phil through a mutual cycling friend. He spoke to me about coming to take on the Cherohala Challenge in June of 2018. He used many adjectives to describe this event like “very difficult”, “picturesque”, “a tremendous amount of climbing” and so on. […]