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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.

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

50 Excuses

Published July 16th, 2011 in BAMFing, Just B

I want to talk about “excuses” as they pertain to training, and to life in general. I’ve been dealing with them a lot lately, and it’s starting to get me down. I’ve decided that I’m going to make a list of as many excuses as I can remember hearing so we can all get them […]

Swim, Bike, Run to a Better Life (for all)

Published July 1st, 2011 in BAMFing, Just B

Great article on BAR team member Andrew McMurray! click on the link below.. Swim, Bike, Run to a Better Life

5 Simple Tips to Make Your Next Tri a Success

Published June 28th, 2011 in BAMFing, Just B

When it comes to advice for triathlon, most people know that you have to have a plan for training and nutrition, and that you should never try anything in a race that you haven’t done in practice. The following five tips are race day specific tidbits I’ve picked up along the way. Some are just […]

2011 Pat Griskus Tri – NE Regional Championship

Published June 24th, 2011 in BAMFing, Just B, Race Reports

The saying, “what can go wrong, will go wrong” has some merit. I’m more inclined, however, to go with “if ifs and buts were candy and nuts, we’d all have a Merry Christmas.” You can sense how this report is going to go, so let’s get on with it. The Pat Griskus Triathlon takes place […]

Partners in Crime

Published March 28th, 2011 in BAMFing, Just B

It was a misty and somewhat chilly Saturday morning, and I was out for a really short training run of 2 miles.  Normally, 2 miles isn’t what I would call a training run unless I was doing some sort of time trial, or speed work.  In fact, it’s usually a warm up.  On this day, […]

Strength Training for Triathlon: The Secrets to Your Best Season Ever!

Published March 1st, 2011 in BAMFing, Just B, Strength Training

When I say “… Your Best Season Ever,” I’m talking about you, the coach, as well as your athletes.  The reason for this is that if you can get your athletes to focus on consistent strength training now, and continue that through the season, they’ll have much improved results with less injury down time, and […]

Open Water Swim Safety Rant

Published September 16th, 2010 in BAMFing, Just B

I’d just like to mention a few things about OWS Safety. From Spring through Fall in the Northeast, triathletes take part in open water swimming to be more comfortable and conditioned for their races. Swimming in the open water presents different challenges than you encounter in the pool. First, there are no lane lines, or […]