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BAMF • ing (verb) 1. The act of living life to the fullest, or being a Bad Ass Mother F*er. 2. Going out and experiencing the real world through education, sports, adventures, friends, family, and GIVING BACK to your community and the world. 3. Creating an interesting life for yourself and those around you.

Team Barracuda Athletes Compete in Exciting High Performance Triathlon

Published March 7th, 2017 in BAMFing, Race Reports

Clermont, FL –  The Clermont Draft Legal Challenge(www.draftlegalchallenge.com) is one of a number of showcases for the future of Olympic style triathlon in the US.  Athletes from 13 to their early 20’s compete in different races on multiple days in this fast paced and exciting version of the sport.   Triathlon consists of three sports, […]


Time Trial Field Tests

Published December 20th, 2016 in BAMFing, Just B, Training Science

Winter is the best time to start planning your training for race season. Many things go into an effective training plan, such as time available, where you are located(cold, warm, rural, urban environments), and what you are training for. In any plan, it’s important to keep testing yourself in order to determine whether what you’re […]


Tom S. 2016 Age Group National Championship – Omaha, NE

Published September 28th, 2016 in BAMFing, Race Reports

      USAT Age Group Olympic Distance National Championship Pre-Race This being my second Age Group National Championships, I learned a bit from my time last year and focused a lot on my pre-race plan. In 2015 I spent a huge amount of time and energy on pre-race anxiety because I had not fully planned out my […]


Lee’s 2016 SOS Triathlon

Published September 12th, 2016 in BAMFing, Race Reports

This is a great race!  The atmosphere is very different than any other race I have done.  Not corporate at all.  It is well organized and structured while also have a very local feel to it.  The organizers are passionate about this race and go to great lengths to make it successful for all involved […]


Transitions – The 4th Discipline

Published March 22nd, 2016 in BAMFing

You’ve done all this swimming, biking, and running to get ready for your race, DON”T FORGET to practice your transitions from one discipline to the next!  I can’t tell you how many beginners, AND veterans forget to PRACTICE their transitions!   Follow this guide below to make sure you’re prepared on race day! Transitions: Set up […]


Blueberry Chocolate Rice Cakes

Published March 13th, 2014 in BAMFing

Hey Team, For those of you not sure about what to eat during training and racing, or for those that just don’t like the way gels and gummies make you feel (i.e. – gut rot, GI issues, etc.), 2014 Team B sponsor Skratch Labs has created a couple of great cookbooks.  In both the Feed […]


Winter Wonderland Team B Style

Published February 6th, 2014 in BAMFing, Just B

If you live in the northern part of the US, or anyplace where you get a certain amount of snowfall, it can be a big downer when it comes to your training.  It happens every year, but you still can’t shake the lack of motivation during those times when shoveling is your only form of […]


2012 Lake George Triathlon

Published September 4th, 2012 in BAMFing, Race Reports

The following is my personal experience at the 2012 Lake George Triathlon: Lake George is really a beautiful place and a great venue for triathlon. Although the village where the race takes place is very “touristy,” there are many ways to escape that if you want. As I mentioned though, the touristy side is exhibited […]


2011 TOUGHKids and TOUGHMAN Triathlons

Published September 12th, 2011 in BAMFing, Race Reports

On September 10th and 11th I had the opportunity to experience triathlon in a whole different way. I was not a participant, but employed to help produce the event and it was an eye opening experience that I will not soon forget! On Saturday the 10th, I had the privilege of serving as the Race […]


Scarsdale Patch.com Article

Published September 6th, 2011 in BAMFing, Just B

Helping Kids Race Toward Their Personal Best …. and helping families of 9/11 victims along the way By Kathleen Willcox Preparing children for the demands of the real world while simultaneously lightening burdens is all in a day’s work for Jeffrey Boyer. Everyone wants children to grow up to be happy, well-rounded, successful adults. What […]