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Richard Petrillo photographs an action prone group of Zonie athletes wearing fashionable and functional swim and tri wear.

14 Why is My Body Fat Too High? Dr. Phil Maffetone helps you sort out the issues when it comes to losing body fat.

Publisher’s Note . . . . 6 Fast Breaks . . . . . . . . . 8 Trisports.com Goes Green, I Run, Sigma, A Good for You Sweetener

On Schedule . . . . . . . 10 Scottsdale 5k, Deuces Wild, Barn Burner

Sweat Shorts. . . . . . . 26 Oyster, Marque, Tour de Mesa

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itting still is not a strong suit of mine. Oddly enough, I am able to sit through nearly a marathon of movies in a weekend every spring at the Phoenix Film Festival. This year the stars aligned and I set a personal best. From Thursday evening March 31-April 2, I logged 13 full length films, several short films, a lecture, and three Q & A sessions, with Phil Rosenthal (creator of Everybody Loves Raymond), Peter Weller and Cuba Gooding Jr. From April 3-7 films played in the evenings and I added six more to my total. Documentaries “Happy” and “Starting at the Finish Line: the Coach Buehler Story” topped my favorite flicks list. “Happy” took you on a world adventure covering the science of happiness and what it can teach us. The uplifting film will make you laugh, cry and touch your soul. Very thought provoking, the film gives you much to ponder. “Starting at the Finish Line” kicked off the festival with a bang. The film chronicled the life of the legendary Duke University track and field coach Al Buehler. On hand for the special event Word Premiere was Buehler, Amy Unell (director and producer) and Grant Hill (producer and executive producer). Unell and Hill had taken Coach Buehler’s “History and Issues of Sports” class while at Duke. NBA superstar Hill is a forward for the Phoenix Suns. He has had an award-winning career since his days in the early ‘90s playing for Duke University, where he led the Blue Devils to two backto-back NCAA championships. I heard of Coach Buehler but knew little about him prior to viewing the film. Press releases and google searches barely scraped the surface of this man’s extraordinary life and accomplishments. On the surface one might categorize this as a running film with so many iconic track and field moments and athletes included. It is much more. He broke new ground in women’s athletics, international sport, and race relations. Words don’t come close to the footage Unell unearthed and the visual journal she created. Buehler broke so many barriers. He formed a long lasting friendship with Dr. LeRoy Walker, the Head Track Coach at nearby all black North Carolina Central University. Seeing NCCU and Duke athletes train together at the height of segregation paints a picture of Buehler early on in the film. The medal ceremony for the 200 meters track and field event at the Mexico City 1968 Olympics was (and remains) a powerful and controversial moment in sports and a watershed event in the civil rights movement. After winning gold and bronze, Tommie Smith and John Carlos accepted their medals in bare feet and held black-gloved fists in the air (the “Black Power” salute). They were asked to leave the Olympic Village and Buehler showed up to drive them safely to the airport. That clip speaks volumes about the man. I was in awe watching it. It gave me chills knowing he was in the house. When Duke’s Ellison Goodall approached Buehler about running at Duke, he took her under his wing, and the Duke women’s track team was born. Buehler gave up every men’s scholarship he had to help start Title IX at Duke. Buehler’s career spanned four Olympics, but he never let his success or ego get in the way of his deep desire to help athletes become better people. “There are a lot of great men and there are a lot of great coaches, but there are not a lot of great coaches that are great men. And Coach Buehler was definitely one of those.” Carl Lewis, 9-time Olympic Gold Medalist. The movie had so many take-aways. Whether you are a track and field fan, an athlete or neither, Buehler has impacted your life. Between life, work and training, you may not have time for a movie marathon but do make time for “Starting at the Finish Line.” You will be glad you did.

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Ride for the Children An organization formed to make a difference in a child’s life and a scenic bike ride make for a great marriage. Fourteen years ago the Real Gift Foundation started their Ride for the Children. This year 1149 cyclists signed on for the April 23 ride through Paradise Valley and Scottsdale. The scenic routes included a 65, 25 and 10 mile distances. To date, funds raised from this years ride tallies $75,000 and are still coming in. Funds raised go to The Real Gift Foundation, which  benefits the over 15,000 homeless children attending schools in Maricopa County in direct, positive and meaningful ways. To learn more about the ride or organization visit therealgift.org.

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A Good for You Sweetener

After tasting pure maple syrup, it is easy to push aside those high-fructose corn syrup laden imitations. A great natural sweetener, there’s more good news about pure maple syrup from the University of Rhode Island (URI). Researchers there identified 54 compounds in maple syrup from Canada, double the amount previously reported, and many with antioxidant activity and potential health benefits. In laboratory studies, they acted as anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory agents. Initial studies also suggest that maple compounds may inhibit enzymes relevant in Type 2 diabetes management. These new findings were presented on March 30th at the annual meeting of the American Chemical Society in Anaheim, Calif, during a day-long session exclusively examining the bioactive compounds found in natural sweeteners. Dr. Navindra Seeram, assistant pharmacy professor at URI and a lead scientist on the maple syrup research team, organized and chaired the session. According to the URI research team, maple syrup contains a cocktail of polyphenol compounds, several with antioxidant properties and many with well-documented health benefits. “We found a wide variety of polyphenols in maple syrup,” said Seeram. “It is a one-stop shop for these beneficial compounds, several of which are also found in berries, tea, red wine and flaxseed, just to name a few,” Seeram continued. “Not all sweeteners are created equal. When choosing a sweetener, pure maple syrup may be a better choice because of the range of antioxidant compounds not found in other sweeteners.” Before studying maple syrup, Dr. Seeram had published significant findings on the cancer-fighting properties of blueberries and other berries. He has just published a new book, “Berries and Cancer Prevention, which he co-edited with Gary Stoner of the Department of Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin. To learn more about maple syrup and find recipes visit purecanadamaple.com.

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A leader in the sport of triathlon, recognized as a bicycle friendly business by the League of American Bicyclists and numerous additional awards, Trisports.com now sets the bar on going green. TriSports.com recently completed their massive rainwater harvesting system on the TriSports.com building in the Butterfield Business Park in Tucson.  The system, designed by Rob Paulus Architects and installed by Thomas Drexler of T-Drex Construction, will capture rainwater, HVAC condensation and evaporative cooler runoff. The two giant stainless steel collector tanks, positioned prominently at the front of the building, have the capacity to hold a combined 36,000 gallons of water and in an average rainfall year, the system will collect in excess of 100,000 gallons. TriSports.com was awarded a grant from the City of Tucson Conservation Program to help off-set the cost of installation. The decision to install rainwater harvesting was an easy one for the company to make.  TriSports.com’s core values puts sustainability at the top of its list. “Our rainwater harvesting system is a really great complement to the rest of our lesser seen sustainability efforts,” said owner Seton Claggett. “Other sustainable programs the company has in place include utilizing natural day lighting in all areas of the building, re-using over 95 percent of inbound order packaging and rewarding employees for bicycle commuting. The next step is solar power.” TriSports.com’s rainwater harvesting system is said to be the largest private commercial system in the Western United States. As a stop on Tucson Water’s Rainwater Harvesting Tour, the site is open to the public daily. To watch the video tour, visit youtube.com/user/TriSportsVideo. TriSports.com is an industry leader in triathlon, swim, bike and run retailing, starting out of the home of Seton and Debbie Claggett in April 2000. Eleven years and two moves later, TriSports.com occupies 32,000 square feet of retail, warehouse and office space with more than 50 employees. To see learn more about TriSports.com or see their complete line of swim, bike and run gear and equipment visit trisports.com.

Women’s Half Marathon Returns to AZ The popular women’s half marathon and 5k series comes back to Arizona and the Valley on November 6. The scenic half marathon course will takes participants from charming Old Town Scottsdale to Tempe Town Lake for a finish-line party. The 5K event starts and finishes in Tempe Beach Park. The three race fall series starts in Nashville, Tenn. on September 24 and finishes in St. Petersburg, Fla. on November 20. Registration is open at womenshalfmarathon.com.

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Endurance athletes have always been underserved regarding resistance-based training. Athletes have often been told that improvements in strength should only be made during the off-season training period and to abandon attempts to maintain muscle strength during the more intense training periods, due to the negative impact on overall recovery. Benjamin Stone, founder of Sigma Human Performance said this mindset is due in part to the disconnect between methods of resistance and endurance training and how to blend these training methods for a maximal result. Athletic Republic Tempe/Scottsdale and Sigma Human Performance have partnered to transform the way endurance training is prescribed. Sigma Human Performance, based in Little Rock Ark. a leader in the South for endurance coaching and physiological assessment. With the use of VO2max/metabolic testing, blood-lactate analysis, heart rate/power testing, and body composition analysis, Sigma sets the standard for assessing and coaching the aerobic potential of any athlete with maximal efficiency.

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It is an understatement to say Mark Cosmas loves to run. The marathoner and ultra runner has run Western States 100, Leadville 100, Hardrock 100, Angelese Crest 100, numerous 50 milers and much more. At the end of April he put his enthusiasm for the sport to good use and opened iRun. iRun is a full service running, walking, and hiking shop located in the Arcadia area of Phoenix. A traditional run shop with a trail vibe, the store carries a wide selection of race and trail tested running gear. The store is constantly on the look out for the latest equipment to help customers achieve the best running experience possible. iShop will host 2-3 weekly group runs, trail runs, target race training, injury assessment seminars, stretching an foam roller classes and offers treadmill gait analysis. Brands include, New Balance, Mizuno, Pearl izumi, Salomon, The North Face, Roxy Athletix, Sugoi, Isis, Montrail, Mountain Hardware, Innov8 and more. The store is located at 4730 E Indian School #125 (NWC Indian School Rd. and 48th St. -Safeway Center) on the canal. For more details on the store call 602-368-5330 or visit irunshop.com.

Amber Mellano felt the need to fill a void. “Along with the hundreds of other cyclists in my community, I was extremely frustrated at not having a bike shop in the Anthem/Tramonto area,” said Mellano. “As that frustration grew, so did my frustration with my job in software sales and so I decided to find a way to spend my time doing something I actually cared about. And that’s how I decided to open Bicycle Vibe…as a means to share my passion for cycling and all of the good that it has brought into my life.” Bicycle Vibe, located at 2605 W. Carefree Hwy. in Phoenix is a welcoming neighborhood bike shop and coffee bar. “It’s a place where enthusiasm for cycling, fitness, people and all around well being is contagious,” said Mellano. “The atmosphere in our shop embodies the exhilaration of a child getting his first bike, the determination of a person looking to make a healthy change in his of her life and the nervous anticipation of someone considering the purchase of a racing bike. We support several local riders and teams as a way of contributing to our community.” The full service bike shop carries Trek, Gary Fisher, Cannondale and Serotta bikes. It does repairs, SICI certified bike fitting and has all the parts and accessories to keep you and your bike safe and in great shape. You can reach the shop at 623-5823111 or visit bicyclevibe.com

Athletic Republic provides science-based training programs appropriate for athletes of all ages. Since 1990, more than 700,000 athletes nationally have taken advantage of individualized, sport-specific training programs, to enhance their speed, power, agility and strength with the company. The partnership provides endurance athletes the opportunity to train in a structure centered around the fundamentals of fitness: strength, power, endurance, and nutrition. Training will be fully integrated into the athlete’s personal fitness and/or endurance goals. Stone has a unique background as an athlete and holds a Master’s and Doctorate of Philosophy in Metabolic Exercise Physiology from Oxford. Runner, mountain and road cyclist, adventure racer, triathletes and rower, Stone believes the most efficient method of training lies in the understanding of the specific energy systems that power athletes throughout training and racing. This, combined with the assertion that nutrition is the foundation of physiological recovery and adaptation, allows Sigma to adopt a methodology and training experience that is unique in the coaching marketplace. The offices for Sigma and Athletic Republic Tempe are located at 8270 S. Kyrene Rd., Suite B106. For more info call 480-296-3621 or see sigmacoaching.com.

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May 14 Whiskey Row Marathon/Half Marathon The scenic and challenging Whiskey Row Marathon on May 14 draws runners from all over the country. In addition to the marathon, there is also a half marathon, a 10K and 2-mile fun run. The out-and-back course is considered one of the most difficult in the United States, offering panoramic views of northern Arizona. Starting at 5,280 feet, the elevation increases to 7,000 feet at the 13-mile turnaround. The course is on paved road for the first and last 3.5 miles, the rest is on Forest Service dirt road in the pines. The Marathon begins at 6 a.m. on Montezuma Street followed at 7 a.m. by the half marathon. For more details visit whiskeyrowmarathon.com

May 28 Arizona Road Racers Summer Series Always a summer staple, the Arizona Road Racers Summer Series is a great place to work on your speed. There are five races in the series. The distance is 5k with the 4th of July event being a 4-miler. The first race kicks off at Papago Park on May 28 and the race is handicapped by age and gender. Because the park gates do not open until 5:30 AM, the race will start at 7:30 a.m. Registration opens at 6:30 a.m. and closes at 7:15 a.m. This is a points series with medals to the top three overall runners and top 3 overall walkers as well as age group winners in the run division. All other races start at 6:30 a.m. The rest of the summer series schedule includes #2 at Reach 11 Arizona Horse Lovers Park, Phoenix; June 12, #3 at Rio Vista Park; Peoria; on July 4, #4 at Kiwanis Park, Tempe; on July 16 and #5 at South Mountain Park, Phoenix on August 14. For all the details visit www.arizonaroadracers.com

June 4 Chino Valley Triathlon & Duathlon The cool hills near Prescott are calling athletes to the Chino Valley Aquatic Center June 4. The adult Maxi tri is a 300-yard swim, 21-mile bike and 2-mile run. The Mini is a 150-yard swim, 7-mile bike and 1-mile run. The adult duathlon substitutes a .5-mile run for the swim. The youth tri is a 100-yard swim, 3-mile bike and a .5-mile run. There are no teams in the duathlon or children’s tri. There’s a 400-entrants limit and fees increase May 15. Register online or in person at packet pick-up/late reg-

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istration on May 28 from 1 to 5 p.m. at Landis Cyclery, 10417 N. Scottsdale Road at Shea Blvd. For more info: www.trifamilyracing.com.

June 4-5 Trisports Deuces Wild Festival It is time for the Tri Festival in the cool country of Show Low. Scenic, out of the heat, great courses and awesome raffle, it is the multisport place to be. The Seventh Annual Deuces Wild Triathlon Festival June 4-5 is presented by Trisports.com. This event features the largest raffle in triathlon, and has awards going five deep for overall winners in each race and three deep in each age group. This year, the Olympic Distance triathlon has been chosen as a special qualifier for the USAT Age Group National Championships. The Deuces Wild Triathlon Festival consists of three triathlons—an Olympic distance triathlon, a long course triathlon, and an off-road XTERRA American Tour triathlon. There is also an a Kid’s Duathlon. On June 5, the DeuceMan Long Course Triathlon will begin the festivities by taking athletes around a scenic tour of the White Mountains.  The Olympic Distance Triathlon will follow by taking athletes out of Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area, through the city of Show Low, and back into the ponderosa pines. The XTERRA Deuces Wild Triathlon will complete the weekend on Sunday, June 6. The race is a part of the XTERRA American Tour where athletes can earn points toward becoming Regional Champions and qualifying for the XTERRA USA Championships in Nevada. Save $10 when you register for any event using the code: SWEAT2011. Trisports.com as stewards of sustainability, this event is certified as a Silver Leaf Geen Event by the Council for Responsible Sport. All proceeds from the race will benefit both national and local charities of the Challenged Athletes Foundation and the Show Low Youth Sports and Recreation Foundation. For festival details and registration information go to www.trisportsracing.com

June 25 Northland Hospice Run for Life Enjoy a cool, family fun morning at the Northland Hospice Run/Walk on June 25 in Flagstaff’s historic downtown. Take part in a 10k or the 5k, both begin at 7:30 a.m. in Wheeler Park and wind through the historic Flag downtown, looping back past Thorpe Park into the local neighborhoods. Chip timing is available for both distances. New for this year is a 5k Dog Walk. Awards are given

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to the top three male and female finishers from nine age groups in the 5k and 10k. Also included are prizes, refreshments and music. At 7 a.m., there is a 1-mile Kid’s Fun Run for children 12 and under. Proceeds benefit Northland Hospice. For more than 25 years, the nonprofit, community-based and community-supported organization has provided compassionate hospice care, regardless of ability to pay, to persons with terminal illnesses, their families and loved ones. For more info call 928-7791227 or visit virtualroster.com to register.

August 21 America’s Finest City Half Marathon and 5K If you haven’t visited the beach by the end of summer, this event gives you the perfect excuse to go to San Diego! The 34th edition of this half marathon begins at historic Cabrillo National Monument, with its majestic view of both San Diego Bay and the Pacific Ocean. It then goes by scenic San Diego Bay and Harbor Island along the Embarcadero to The Star of India, winds through downtown San Diego, and ends in beautiful Balboa Park. With a 7 a.m. start you have plenty of time for the beach after your event. The event sells out, so register early. There is a limit of 8,000 in the marathon and 1,700 in the 5K. Pull out your sunscreen and head to www.afchalf.com to register.

AUGUST 27 Barn Burner You don’t want to miss this one. Head to Flagstaff for the third annual Landis Cyclery Barn Burner 104 mile endurance mountain bike race. The fun gets started at 7 a.m. The course is a 26 mile loop on forest service roads. While some might consider it a roadie course and not technically challenging, it is at altitude. It is in cool weather with cool people with the popular option to camp out. Riders start LeMans style running to their bikes heading out on a wild west adventure. There are four divisions: Cowboy – race by yourself, Cowboy Single Speed, Pardner – race with a friend, or Posse – a team of friends. Pardner and Posse has categories for male, female and coed. Race promoters provide a little motivation to keep you pedaling. If you are riding solo and finish under 9 hours or ride with a partner or team and complete the 104 in 8 hours, you earn the big buckle; Ten and 11 hours respectively earns you the smaller buckle. For all the details visit www.redrockco.com

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Age: 27 Lives in: Phoenix, Arizona Hometown: Rutesheim, Germany Occupation: Professional Triathlete, Physical Therapy Tech Athletic Accomplishments: NAIA National Shampion Steeplechase 2005, Kona and 70.3 World Championship qualifier, 1st female and 2nd overall Marquee Olympic Distance Triathlon. Sports: Triathlon, cycling Hobbies: Relaxing at home with my husband and my dog after a long training day, spending time with friends, trying out every other sport there is from hiking to paintball, traveling (mostly includes some kind of racing) and napping. Favorite quote: “The more you sweat in practice, the less you bleed in battle” Best advice: Always smile, be happy and stay positive. Favorite book: I prefer magazines, especially the ones with a lot of swimbike-run info in them. FAVORITE TUNE: Pretty much everything, I am easily entertained. I admire: My parents. I look forward to: A great season of racing and many more to come.

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Age: 45 Lives in: Cave Creek, Arizona Hometown: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Occupation: Fitness instructor, homemaker Athletic Accomplishments: Approximately 30 marathons and ultramarathons including Boston and JFK 50 miler, several triathlons and two half iron distances. Sports: running, biking, swimming, hiking, tennis, pilates Hobbies: Horseback riding in the desert, crocheting Favorite quote: “Let yourself be silently drawn by the stronger pull of what you really love.” –Rumi Best advice: Listen to your body. It will tell you when you can do more, and when you’ve had enough. Favorite book: “Sweet William” by John Hawkes FAVORITE TUNE: “Landslide” by Stevie Nicks I admire: My husband, Bobby. I look forward to: Each new day.

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SCOTT ALAN MODZELEWSKI Age: 48 Lives in: Fountain Hills, Arizona Hometown: Cleveland, Ohio Occupation: Model Athletic Accomplishments: Finished many, many ultra trail marathons. Sports: Trail running, hiking and lifting weights Favorite quote: “Act like you have been there before.” Best advice: Pay it forward. Favorite book: Louis L’Amour series on the Sacketts FAVORITE TUNE: “The Healer” by John Lee Hooker I admire: Single parents. I look forward to: Running new trails this summer in the high country.

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Age: 37 Lives in: Phoenix, Arizona Hometown: Marblehead, Massachuesetts Occupation: Personal Trainer, Model Athletic Accomplishments: Baseball State Champions Sports: Baseball, basketball Hobbies: All sports, running, lifting weights, and collecting sports memorabilia. Favorite quote: “What lies beneath us, and what lies before us are only tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” Best advice: Never get too high. Never get too low. Favorite book: “Lone Survivor” FAVORITE TUNE: “Going to California” by Led Zepplin I admire: Someone who can overcome life’s challenges. I look forward to: The events of tomorrow whatever they may be.

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Age: 28 Lives in: Phoenix, Arizona Hometown: Seattle, Washington Occupation: Professional golfer, certified fitness professional, wordsmith, model Athletic Accomplishments: 1st LPGA start as amateur, 2006, 1st African American woman to compete in the Ivy League [Yale], 4th in LPGA history, Ambassador - Womens Sports Foundation and Top 75 world ranked Junior golfer. Sports: USA Track & Field (Coach Brooks Johnson), cycling, rock climbing, golf HOBbies: Philanthropy, language study, travel, filmmaking, outdoors, and family and friend time. Favorite quote: “A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives.” – Jackie Robinson Best advice: Always progressively more aggressive - in preparation and execution. Favorite book: “Tuesdays with Morrie” by Mitch Albom FAVORITE TUNE: “Sinnerman” by Nina Simone I admire: Legacy makers. I look forward to: My family’s move to Arizona.

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Age: 38 Lives in: Scottsdale, Arizona Hometown: Marin, California Occupation: Professional adult babysitter Sports: I watch all sports Hobbies: Running, swimming, cycling, couch-surfing Favorite quote: “It is what it is” –Mein Best advice: If you’re gonna walk, walk like you mean it! Favorite book: “If I Ran The Zoo” by Dr Seuss FAVORITE TUNE: “Country Boys Paradise” by the Lacs I admire: Charlie Sheen and Justin Bieber. I look forward to: The Black Eyed Peas disbanding and Lewis Elliot becoming the Ironman.

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Photographer: Richard Petrillo has been shooting for 30 years here in Arizona but has traveled throughout the US doing work for such clients as Eddie Bauer, Dillards, Arizona Biltmore, Fulton Homes, AMF, British Airways and The Phoenician. Richardpetrillo.com Photo Art Direction: Scott Alan Modzelewski Wardrobe & casting: Sue Berliner Make-up: Olunife Adeyemi is a master makeup artist, esthetician and owner and creative director of BeautyGold Studio, a premiere private makeup and skin studio in Scottsdale. Her work has been featured in various magazines and networks including CosmoGirl, Trends, Urban Latino, Fox 10 News (AZ), BET, and TBN.  She recently debuted her customizable mineral makeup line on Good Morning Arizona. She currently leads the Phoenix Fashion Week Style Team. beautygold.com.  Stylist: Jai Anderson has 15+ years in the fashion industry. As a personal stylist, apparel buyer and operations manager for the prestigious members-only lifestyle club, The Madison Club, Jai styled ceo’s to celeb clients such as Jerry Weintraub, Mark Wahlberg, Mary Hart and Mark McGwire. Editorial styling clients include GenLux Magazine, People Magazine and Collective Online Magazine. Other clients have included Amanda Fields (Project Runway, America’s Next Top Model), Elizabeth Hendrickson and Mackenzie Phillips. www.jandersonfashion.com Hair Stylist: Merlynn Pierre is not just a stylist, she is a hair artist. Born in Brooklyn, NY and raised in Philadelphia, Pierre’s natural ability to craft creative coifs was drawn out and influenced when she hung out after school  at

crew, companies and retailers the local salon to the natural stars Duafe Studio.  Merlynn firmly believes that “changing your style can change your life” and helps her clients discover the possibilities and alternatives for their everyday look. Merlynn Pierre is the resident stylist at Lifestyles Barber and Salon in Chandler. 480-553-2968

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Village Health Clubs & Spas are locally owned health clubs that make any workout first class. By offering members the best trained fitness staff, group exercise classes, yoga and Pilates studios, steam rooms, saunas, pools, and even social events, The Village makes a fitness-focused lifestyle an indulgent one. In addition to being the Valley’s top spot for fitness, the Spas at Village Health Clubs offer all Valley residents an intimate setting for massages, facials, facial peels, body treatments, hair and nail care. Camelback Village Racquet & Health Club located at 4444 E. Camelback Rd. in Phoenix served as the location. The facility specifically offers 15 tennis courts looking at the majestic Camelback Mountains, and has recently undergone a $7.2 million dollar renovation adding a new day spa, state of the art yoga studio, new group exercise rooms, and an adult only lounge. See all four locations online at www.villageclubs.com. quiksilver & Roxy designs, produces and distributes clothing, accessories and related products for young-minded people and develops brands that represent a casual lifestyle driven from a boardriding heritage. The two brands authenticity is evident in its innovative products, events and retail environments across the globe. Quiksilver’s products are sold throughout the world, primarily in surf shops, skate shops and other specialty retailers. Selections came from Sports Chalet Scottsdale Sportchalet.com. To see the complete line visit Quiksilver.com and Roxy.com.

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SPEEDO, founded in 1914, is currently the world’s largest selling swimwear brand and manufactures products for both recreational and competitive swimming. Speedo is known for their technically advanced swimwear and have outfitted numerous World record holders. The latest from Speedo includes their LZR Racer Collection. Speedo is available at a variety of retailers including Tribe Multisport, Sports Chalet, Trisports.com. For more style/ locations visit Speedousa.com. TYR, named after the mythical Norse, God of Warriors and deity among all athletes, the TYR brand embodies the competitive spirit of sports and is a symbol of courage and victory. Co-founded in 1985 by Olympic medalist Steve Furniss, TYR has passionately dedicated itself to redefining the next generation of performance and recreational swimwear and accessories, while continuing to be the model of leading edge innovation and style. Arizona retailers include: Sport Chalet, Tribe, TriSports. com (888) 293-3934, Visit tyr.com to see more and locate a store.

Masquenada, a luxury European swim label for over a decade launched in the US in 2010. Sold as separates, offering many different tops and bottoms styles and colors to choose from. Cover-ups also available. Find Masquenda at Roka Boutique, Glendale, Ariz. Masquenadausa.com.

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Special thanks to the retailers providing products for the photo shoot. IRun – Pearl Izumi. iRun is a full service running, walking, and hiking shop located in the beautiful Arcadia area of Phoenix. They carry a full selection of race and trail-tested running gear, and are constantly looking for the latest equipment that will help you achieve the best running experience possible. They carry everything you need to run, walk and hike better and safer. 4730 E. Indian School, Phoenix, 602-3685330. Irunshop.com.

Pearl Izumi, with origins in Tokyo, Japan nearly 60 years ago, Pearl Izumi began to be seen in the US around 1981. Today, Pearl Izumi USA, Inc. has evolved into the world’s foremost line of technical- performing and quality manufactured sports apparel. To provide the best in cycling and running apparel and gear for the avid and casual biking and running enthusiasts. Pearlizumi.com

Sports Chalet Scottsdale – QuikSilver, Roxy, Speedo, TYR (Peace bikini). Sport Chalet is a leader in the specialty sporting goods arena. With stores in Arizona, California, Nevada and Utah, Sport Chalet is renowned for providing a level of service that is unparalleled in the retail sporting goods industry. Their dynamic team strives to enhance the customer’s shopping experience, and is driven not to be the biggest, but the best. 8690 East Raintree Drive, Scottsdale, 480948-3236. There are eight locations throughout the metro Phoenix area. Sportchalet.com.

ZEROD presents a collection of clothing and accessories for competition, training and leisure time. Their competition clothing stands out for its unique design and is manufactured using top textile technologies to optimize performance. Lifestyle-wear features quality clothing that reflects the spirit of our sport. Available at Tribe Multisport. zerod.eu.

Tribe Multisport – ZeroD, Speedo. One stop triathlon shop supplying all swim, bike and run products the multisport athlete needs and wants. Management and staff subscribe to an unrelenting belief in treating customers like tribal members instead of just a wallet. 7624 E. Indian School Rd. Suite 101, Scottsdale, 480-421-9442. tribemultisport.com.

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They’re programming their bodies to burn more sugar, and less fat. The result? All day, and all night, their body’s metabolic engine keeps storing more body fat. It’s not. Karen and so many other men and women, young, middle-aged and older, and adolescents, have metabolisms that could work perfectly normal, but don’t. That’s because their workouts and the foods consumed are giving the body the wrong signals. They’re programming their bodies to burn more sugar, and less fat. The result? All day, and all night, their body’s metabolic engine keeps storing more body fat. I explained to Karen that there are two reasons for this problem. First, the training routine is too hard. Did you think that working out harder will burn more calories? It will, but not fat calories. The human body mainly burns two fuels to obtain energy—we burn calories of fat, and calories of sugar. By working out too hard, we teach our body to burn more sugar calories, diminishing fat burning. The result is our fat stores get bigger.

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I explained all this to Karen. It was contrary to the magazine articles she read through the years; and it was quite different to basically everything her training friends were talking about. Many of them were overfat too. “Please just tell me what to do,” she apologized for interrupting me—her years of frustration being obvious. The remedy: Slow down. I told Karen to consider the total number of minutes she worked out, not miles, and to maintain that schedule. Running slower with a lower heart rate would retrain her body to burn more fat—not just during the workout, but twenty-four hours a day.

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The remedy? Avoid refined carbohydrates. Consume more fresh fruit and vegetables.

Second, the foods we eat influence the burning of sugar and fat, even more than training. I explained to Karen that, some people burn more fat and less sugar even at rest. They are leaner, less injured, and healthier. Others, who may even consume the same number of calories, burn more sugar and much less fat. The result? You guessed it— they store more body fat. Why is this? Hormones. We all know that our hormones make us function in different ways. It’s why men are from Mars and women are from Venus. It’s why some don’t tolerate stress as well, others don’t have healthy bones, and why many store too much fat. In this case, it’s the hormone insulin. Insulin is produced by the pancreas each time we eat carbohydrate foods—especially the refined and low-fat variety. The more carbs, the more insulin. Insulin takes the carbohydrates we eat, which become glucose in the blood, and uses some of it for immediate energy. Insulin stores some glucose for later use, but 40 to 50 percent of the carbohydrate we eat turns to stored fat. If we don’t burn it, there it remains. I explained this important mechanism to Karen. She seemed dazed. “What should I eat,” she desperately wanted answers. The remedy? Avoid refined carbohydrates. Refined carbs cause us to store more fat. This includes processed wheat products including most breads, rolls, muffins, pancakes, and cereals, along with potatoes and corn, including chips, and all sweets do the same. In addition, so-called energy bars and sports drinks are big culprits, and products containing hidden sugars such as ketchup, salad dressing, and a surprising number of packaged, canned and bottled foods must be avoided. “That’s all I eat,” Karen sat up, anxiously. “But they’re all low fat.” “And half of these foods turn to stored body fat,” I emphasized. “They stimulate insulin, triggering a significant amount of those carbs to be stored as fat in the hips, thigh, buttocks, arms—everywhere.” To make things even worse, insulin also reduces the body’s ability to burn fat, even with the right training schedule.

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Fresh fruit, lentils, beans, and even small amount of honey can be part of a healthy diet that helps reduce body fat because these healthy carbs trigger less insulin. Karen surrendered. She reluctantly agreed to eliminate all refined carbohydrates, including all sugar. She would consume more fresh fruits and vegetables, have eggs for breakfast instead of cereal, meat or fish as part of a healthy lunch and dinner, and snack on almonds, cashews, and a variety of other healthy food items when hungry—foods that would not impair fat-burning. After two weeks of slowing her running pace, and avoiding all refined carbohydrates, Karen’s energy improved, her mechanical injuries nearly disappeared, and she lost six pounds—her first weight loss in several years. After another two weeks, five more pounds; but now her clothes were fitting looser. People were asking her if she’s losing weight. She was burning body fat. Gradually, Karen could consume more natural carbohydrates, but maintained her strict avoidance of refined foods, especially sugar. She learned how to make healthy desserts, never get hungry and was feeling younger than her actual age. And, she became leaner—she was no longer fat. About three months later, she needed a new wardrobe because her clothes no longer fit well. And, she ran her marathon about seven months later, passing dozens of runners in the last two miles.

5 BODY FAT WAYS TO BURN

1. Workouts.

Teach your body to burn more fat by training at lower, rather than higher, intensities. Keeping an eye on your heart rate helps assure your body is burning a greater percentage of fat rather than sugar. This will keep the fat burning process continuing throughout the day (and night).

2. Warm up—Cool down. Starting your workouts with an active aerobic warm up, and ending it with a similar cool down, will further develop your aerobic, fat-burning system—comprised of slower-moving muscle fibers that burn fat. A 12—15 minute warm up and cool down will help this process.

3. Reduce refined carbs. Foods that can impair the fat burning process the most include refined carbohydrates. Normally, about 40 percent— often more—of the carbohydrates you consume turn to fat. So that bagel you’re eating for breakfast—it may be fat-free but about half may be stored fat by day’s end. Likewise for most bread, cereal, pasta, potatoes, sports bars and drinks, and, most especially, sugar, which is often hidden in many packaged foods.

4. Pre-Workout. The worse time to eat these foods is before your workout. Even if you’re training properly to burn body fat, too much insulin (produced from carbohydrate consumption) can impair fat burning. (Using carbohydrates during or within 15 minutes after a hard workout or race won’t cause the same problem since insulin production at these times is not significant.)

5. Snack. Calorie restriction is often the first approach used to burn off body fat, it usually doesn’t work long term. You need a certain number of calories to generate energy to train the fat-burning aerobic muscles. Eating healthy, unprocessed food is a must, especially breakfast. For many people, adding a snack midmorning and mid-afternoon is also a key. Distribute your calories throughout the day as four to five smaller meals

A long-time fixture in the sporting world, Dr. Philip Maffetone coached many professional athletes including Mark Allen, Mike Pigg, and Colleen Cannon. An Arizona resident, he’s the author or more than a dozen books on sports, fitness and health. His latest book is “The Big Book of Endurance Training and Racing,” with a foreword by Mark Allen and Afterword by Dr. Timothy Noakes. Learn more about Dr. Maffetone and latest book at philmaffetone.com

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Holualoa Companies 21st El Tour de Mesa By Melanie Rineer The 21st Holualoa Companies 21st. El Tour de Mesa, formerly known as Tour de Phoenix put rubber to the road on April 2. This years event was dedicated to Scottsdale resident Rich Pierson who welcomed nearly 1,300 riders, the third highest registration since inception. Near record temperatures did not keep cyclists from performing their best and setting records Tracey Perez of Phoenix claimed the women’s 72-mile title in a time of 2:50:39.  Finishing thirty-fifth overall, Perez broke the 2010 women’s course record of 2:52:42 set by pro-cyclist Erica Allar.  Kimberly Johnson of Queen Creek earned second place with a time of 2:59:23 and Cathi Ross of Tucson came in third with a time of 3:02:44. Darien Newman and Michael Coyle of Tucson placed first overall for tandems in a time of 2:50:37, breaking the 2008 men’s tandem division course record of 3:01:20 set by Bob and Jim Pongratz.  Joshua and Laurie Brown from Tempe took the mixed tandem title in a time of 2:58:10. There were many exciting finishes.  Craig Streit of Scottsdale, fourth-place in last year’s event, nipped Mesa residents Joe Susco, second-place, and Kyle Reedy, third-place, at the line for the 72-mile men’s title, with all three times being listed as 2:49:10.  It was such a tight men’s finish that the first eight finishing times are within twenty-eight seconds. In the 26-mile event, Henry Novell Jr. of Phoenix finished first for the second year in a row, in a time of 1:09:57.  Bridget Verhaaren of Mesa secured the women’s title also for the second year in a row, in a time of 1:15:28. Sheri Younker from Mesa raised $2,048 and was awarded the Treasure Chest for the Highest Money Raiser.  At present, the event has grossed over $16,000 for the Desert Mountain States chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Uphill Into the Wind, Not

Rolling along at the Tour de Mesa. Photos by Ed Tunstall One More Foundation, other Perimeter Bicycling charities and a fund for disaster relief in Japan.  Since its inception, the event has seen over 17,000 participants and has raised more than $370,000. To see the complete results visit perimeterbicycing.com

el tour de mesa 72 MILE EVENT TOP 5 OVERALL WOMEN Tracey Perez Kimberly Johnson Cathi Ross Margaret Montfort Catherine Stewart TOP 5 OVERALL MEN Craig Streit Joe Susco Kyle Reedy Chris Fusselman Will White

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26 MILE EVENT TOP 5 OVERALL WOMEN Bridget Verhaaren Randi Najac Mel Beardsley Emma Benenati Regina Wetzler

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TOP 5 OVERALL MEN Henry Novell Jr David Murray Jacob Johnson Fred Mortensen Terry Stager

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Rain a bit unusual for Phoenix on April 9 when the Oyster Urban Adventure arrived at Heritage Square in Downtown Phoenix. While it was wet, it did not stop the adventure racers in the Full, Half and Oyster Shooter events. Participants in the Full Oyster started their morning with one teammate being hooded and bussed somewhere downtown. The teams first task was to find the team member. Other events included a 14 mile ride to the Phoenix Zoo, identifying movie clips, slip and slide, a boxing workout with a professional boxer and more. Teams rode to some adventure spots and were on foot for others. Distances covered in the full course were 21.9 for the full course, 6.5 miles for the Half Oyster and 4.7 for the Oyster Shooter. And the sun finally came out for the $50,000 special challenge : a

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Full oyster OVERALL WOMEN’S TEAMS Storming The Castle 3:39:53 Heels on Wheels 3:55:54 Team Trifecta 4:00:02

unique coin toss. Despite the rain a good time was had by all. For complete results visit oysterracingseries.com

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OVERALL MEN’S TEAMS The NADS Men of Destiny Ace’s Army

3:18:54 3:49:47 4:03:45

COED Elephant But Snack

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RELAY Reaper Crew Ninja Zombies Team Merrel

3:28:15 3:54:04 4:37:43

HALF OYSTER Rocky Mountain Boyzsters 1:02:54 The Conches 1:18:01 Mortenson Construction 1:27:25

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Marquee Triathlon After a mostly dry fall season of triathlon racing at Tempe Town Lake due to a burst bladder of a dam , Red Rock Co. returned to the scene with the inaugural Marquee Triathlon on April 10. As luck would have it, a downpour the day before shut the lake down for swimming and the triathlon turned into a duathlon. Three distances and relays in each were offered. The Mill Avenue Bridge served as the start line using a wave start. The first event off was the Half Ironman with a 5k run replacing the 1.2 mile swim. A 56 mile bike followed consisting of a two loop 28 mile flat out and back course. A two loop half marathon around the lake completed the distance. The Olympic distance du also started with a 5k, one 25 mile loop bike (same course, slightly shortened) and a single 10k loop. Sprint athletes started with a 1.5 mile run, did half a bike loop for a total of 12.4 miles and finished with a 5k run. Temperatures were unseasonably cool and windy on the bike course. Pro triathlete Kevin Taddonio set the pace for the Half Iron distance event with a 16:12 5k, 2:22:39.3 bike and 1:18:56.9 for the 13.1 mile run, finishing just under 4 hours in 3:59:25.9. When Taddonio’s feet hit the ground he flew and his run times were the best of the day. Chad Johnston, who won the amateur division, would set the fastest half bike split of the day with a 2:20:31.5. Competition was close in the women’s half iron distance. Melanie Sherman, Sue Meno and Jami Min were within one minute of each other with Min in the lead when they exited the first transition. After the bike leg and second transition, Sherman grabbed a two minute lead and added to it during the run. Pro triathlete Angi Axmann would be the star of the Olympic distance. She finished first among the women and second overall including the men. Axmann went 18:09.2 for the first 5k, 1:03:31.1 for 25 miles on the bike and 37:53 for the 10k leg in a total time of 2:01:09.4. Axmann was just 1:37 from catching Scott Schraff. Schraff moved from fifth after the first transition into first on the bike. After the bike he was 1:35 up on Axmann and 2:43 on men’s second place finisher Kai Karlstrom. In the Men’s Sprint, Kevin Riseborough took the lead on the bike with less than a minute cushion. Brian McHenry was breathing down hi s neck but ran out of pavement finishing just 9 seconds behind. Jane-Esahak-Gage, a long time staple at the front of the pack didn’t disappoint. She led from start to finish. The Marquee Triathlon kicked off the Arizona Triathlon Series 2011 and it was the first chance athletes had to earn points in the team and individual divisions. Café Boa on Mill Avenue provided the post race food. The seasonally inspired, all natural organic and fresh cuisine was a crowd pleaser. None of the more than 1000 entrants went home hungry. Regardless athletes did not get their feet wet, everyone had a great time. For complete results visit redrockco.com

OLYMPIC PRO WOMEN Angi Axmann 2:01:09.4

OVERALL WOMEN Melanie Sherman 4:45:05.72 Sue Meno 4:50:54.59 Jami Min 4:59:28.93

OVERALL WOMEN Karen Middendorf 2:09:04.63 Jeanine Cordova 2:15:02.09 Lisa Miller 2:20:46.82

OVERALL MEN Chad Johnston 4:08:24.8 Christopher Chesher 4:11:06.8 Troy Jacobson 4:13:19.0

OVERALL MEN Scott Schraff 1:59:32.4 Kai Karlstrom 2:01:30.9 Mike Thomson 2:01:39.8

RELAY One Multisport 4:16:23.8

RELAY 2 Studs And A Dud 2:19:58.1

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1st Race | May 21st “Run for the Mountain”

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marquee triathlon HALF IRONMAN PRO MEN Kevin Taddonio 3:59:25.9

7TH ANNUAL FLAGSTAFF SUMMER RUNNING SERIES 4th Race | June 25th “Northland Hospice Run for Life” Northland Hospice Kids 1 mile Fun Run/ 5K/ 10K

5th Race | August 6th “Machine Solutions Run for CHC” Flagstaff Medical Center Children’s Health Center 2K/ 5K/ 10K

6th Race | August 13th “Run for the Magic”

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff Kids Dash/ 5K/ Half Marathon

SPRINT OVERALL WOMEN Jane Esahak-Gage 1:10:10.20 Erin Glenn 1:13:36.75 Bonnie Loftus 1:13:36.75

MUST REGISTER BY MAY 17 TO RACE ENTIRE SERIES or Register for Individual Races (Prices Vary)

OVERALL MEN Kevin Riseborough 1:00:54.4 Brian Mchenry 1:01:03.4 Matthew Brownlee 1:01:46.4

Visit www.virtualroster.com for Series Rules and Registration

COMPETITIVE SERIES and NON-COMPETITIVE SERIES: Prizes for top finishers in competitive series.

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BICYCLING MAY 10, JUNE 16 Bike Clinic. 7-9 pm. This clinic is designed for those just starting out and for those who haven’t ridden recently. It will answer all of those questions you forgot to ask when you bought your bike and will also have tips for the more experienced riders. Session will cover: Adjusting and sizing a bike for fit, flat repair, lubrication, and state and city bicycle laws you need to be aware of. Plus tips on shifting skills and advise for riding with greater safety and better efficiency. Tempe Bike, Rural & University. 480-966-6896, tempebicycle.com

MAY 17, JUNE 23 Tempe Bike Clinic. 7-9 pm. Learn how to adjust & repair your bicycle. This free clinic covers adjusting breaks, gears & bearings, chain repair and safety checking. Tempe Bicycle, Rural & University, Tempe. 480-9666896, tempebicycle.com

MAY 7 MBAA 5 Globe Grind. XC only, Globe. Mbaa.net.

MAY 8 Tour de Payson. 5-50M. 8:30 am. Macky’s Grill, SW corner of Beeline Hwy & Main St., Payson. pmbcaz.org.

MAY 18 National Ride of Silence. Check website for ride closest to you. Several throughout the state. www.rideofsilence.org.

MAY 21 MBAA 6 Prescott Punisher. XC only. Prescott. Mbaa.net

MAY 28-31 Luna Lake Bike Tour with GABA. Three day tour. Eastern Ariz. and New Mexico. www.bikegaba.org

JUNE 4-5 MBAA Flagstaff Frenzy. MBAA Arizona State Championship Series. www.mbaa.net

JUNE 25 MBAA Williams Finale. Arizona State Championship Series. www.mbaa.net.

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CLUBS Arizona Bike Club. Multiple rides all over the valley. Saturdays and Sundays, Moon Valley Rides. 40-50M. 6:00 am. Moon Valley Park on Coral Gables Drive, Phoenix.. azbikeclub.com. Arizona Bike Club (West Side): Sat., Sun. no drop and Bartlett Lake options. Bicycle Vibe, 2605 W. Carefree Hwy., Phoenix. azbikeclub. com or bicyclevibe.com. Bicycle Ranch. Saturdays 6 am. North Scottsdale ABC Road Ride. SE corner of Frank Lloyd Wright & the 101. 480-614-8300. Bicycle Vibe Maintenance Clinics. 6 pm. First Wednesday of each month.. Bicycle Vibe, 2605 W. Carefree Hwy. Phoenix

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Bike Barn Road Rides. 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month. 6 am. “No Drop” rides, novice to experienced riders welcome. Rides run from 1.5-2 hours in length.  Leaves from Bike Barn, 36th Street and Indian School.  602-956-3870, bikebarnaz.com Bike Chalet Road & Mountain Bike Rides. Even Saturdays of the month. Various times and locations. Brian 480-497-6514, Mike 480-807-2944. Bullshifters Club Rides. 6 am. Road rides Sat. and Sun. from the SW corner of I-17 & Thunderbird (behind Best Buy). 602-862-6262. bullshifters.org. Curbside Cyclery No Drop Group Ride. Saturdays. 4855 E. Warner Rd., Suite 10, Phoenix, 480-598-6778, curbsidecyclery.com. Cyclocross Racers. Rides every other Saturday starting Nov 2nd. Flagstaff. Cross bike friendly courses with plenty of technical & fast flats. All abilities welcome. 928-774-4235, john@azcyclocross.com, azcyclocross.com. Desert Breeze Spin-Cycle. 6:30 am. Sunday morning road rides (moderate/advanced) from Desert Breeze Park, Chandler. Glen Fletcher wgfletcher@cox.net, sportsfun. com/gaba. East Valley Road Bike Rides. Saturday & Sunday 8 am. Westwood High School, Westwood & 8th St. Rides geared for bicycle race training. Dale 480-964-8168. Focus Cyclery. Thursday mtb. Rides. Locations vary. Saturday road bike rides 6 am, 1040 S. Gilbert Rd. 480558-0104, focuscyclery.com. Greater Arizona Bicycling Association. Tucson. Andrea Lightfoot, 520-4615170, bikeGABA.org. sportsfun.com/ gaba/rideschedule.html. No Women Left Behind (NWLB) Women’s ride. All women welcome, but encourage you to find out your average speed and be able to maintain at least 15 MPH. The goal is to reach 30 miles or more every ride. christinac1@ cox.net, nowomenleftbehind.me. Pathfinders. Entry level cycling group. Sundays 9 am. 10m and 20-25m. Paradise Bakery Parking lot, Double Tree and Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale. Contact Betty Denson betty@progserve.com, thepathfinderscycling.com Phoenix Metro Bicycle Club. Saturday and Sunday rides, some weekdays and holidays, 20-60 miles with regroup stops, less-experienced to advanced level rides. Extensive club web site. pmbcaz.org. Pinnacle Peak Peddlers. Saturday Breakfast rides, 6:30 am. 2.5 hrs, breakfast half way. Leave from Pinnacle Peak Cyclery on Pima Road to Carefree. Thursday nights, 6:30 pm, 21-29M. 23359 N. Pima Road, Scottsdale. 480-473-4601, mail@ pinnaclepeakcyclery.com. Prescott Bicycle Club. prescott cycling.org.  Red Mountain Brumby’s Cycling Club. Weekly fast or moderate Saturday ride, 5 am. MWF 5 am, Usery Pass, 30M. T/ Th 5 a.m. Las Sendas Ride, 23-26M. Sterling Baer, azbrumbys.com.

Saturday Ladies Only Bike Ride. Locations vary from week to week. Check http://theladiespac.blogspot. com for details or email Laverne at rastainred@hotmail.com. South Mountain Rides. Road rides every Sat 6 am. Trail rides Thursday nights at 7:30 pm. Meet behind South Mountain Cycle. 3636 E. Ray Rd. 480-706-0858, smcycles.com. Southern Arizona Mountain Bike Assn. Weekly mountain bike rides/ adventures. Various terrain/levels. All welcome. Tucson. 520-358-3338, Pollock@arizona.edu, sambabike.org. Sun Lakes Bicycle Club. 30-50M. Saturdays 6 am. Meet at flagpole at Sun Lakes Cottonwood Clubhouse on Robson Blvd, S of Riggs Rd. golf course of Sun Lakes. Bob 480895-2601. Team LUNA Chix.  Monthly free women’s mountain and road bike rides.  teamlunachix.com, phoenixmtb@ teamlunachix.com, lunachixaz@ gmail.com. Tortilla Flats Training Ride Tuesdays. 39M. 5:30 p.m. (August 5:15 p.m.). Mining Camp Restaurant, Superstition Mountain, Apache Junction. wmrc.org/tortilla2010 Tucson Cyclocross. Wednesdays 7 am. Have fun and refine skills. Himmel Park, Tucson. Momentum Tribe Multisport Bike Rides. Thursdays: 7:10 pm.  Road bike ride, 10 M loop from Tribe. Saturdays: 7 am. Road bike ride, 46M. Meet at Tribe, 1800 N. Scottsdale. Call for times. 480-421-9442, tribemultisport. com, Kevin@tribemultisport.com West Valley. Every Monday, Wednesday, & Saturday. Rides around the Sun Cities/ West Valley area. Start at McDonald’s, corner of Reems and Grand Ave. Gene Marchi 623-546-8112. WestValley Cycle. Saturdays 6am. 25-60M. A & B Groups. Life Time Parking Lot, Goodyear. Estrella/Verrado. Intermediate to Advanced riders. David 949-2124000 Vicki 623-546-5767 http:// members.cox.net/westvalleycycle/

MULTISPORT/ ADVENTURE RACE MAY 7 Sports Rio Salado >> Irongear Triathlon. Sprint, Olympic

Triathlon. Tempe Town Lake. redrockco.com

MAY 12 Ironcare Splash & Dash. 6 pm. Tempe Town Lake, Tempe. 4peaksracing.com.

MAY 14 Payson Duathlon. 7 am. Green Valley Park, Payson. Deb rose 928-474-5242.

MAY 15

Sports Club Mini & Maxi >> Seville Sprint Tri, Duathlon, Youth Tri.

6:30 am. Seville Golf & Country Club, Gilbert. Trifamilyracing.com Tempe International Triathlon. Triathlon. Olympic and Sprint distances. 6:15 am. Tempe Beach Park. tucsonracing.com

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Holualua Tucson Triathlon. 6 am. U of A, Hillenbrand Aquatic Center, Tucson. Tritucson.com

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Southwest Valley Regional >> The YMCA Olympic, Sprint, Mini Tri/

Duathlon. 6:30 am.Southwest Valley YMCA, Goodyear. Trifamilyracing.com

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of Chino Valley Sprint Tri, >> Town Duathlon, Youth Tri. 6:30 am.

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JUNE 4-5 Wild Triathlon Festival. >> Deuces June 4 Deuceman Long

Cource, Aquabike, Olympic Tri, Youth Deucathlon duathlon. June 5 Xterra Deuces Wild Triathlon. www. trisportsracing.com

JUNE 11 5th Annual Payson Sprint Tri. 7 am. Taylor Pool at Rumsey park, Payson. Deb Rose 928-474-5242.

JULY 3

2nd Annual JCC Scottsdale >> The Firecracker Adult & Youth &

Sprint Triathlon & Duathlon. Mini and Maxi sprint tri, du and youth. 5:30 am. The Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center Pool, 12701 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale. www. trifmailyracing.com. Holualoa Firecracker Triathlon. Sprint. 5:45. Hillenbrand Aquatics Center, University of Arizona, Tucson. www.tritucson.com.

JULY 17

Annual Mountain Man Sprint >> 27th Triathlon. Sprint, supersprint,

sprint relay. 7 am. Nine miles south of Flagstaff on Lake Mary Road at mile post 333. www.mountainmanevents.com

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Annual Mountain Man >> 27th Half/Olympic Triathlon. 7 am.

Nine miles south of Flagstaff on Lake Mary Road at mile post 333. www. mountainmanevents.com

CLUBS Durapulse. Training valley-wide for all levels. 480-862-3076. info@ durapulseperformance.com, durapulseperformance.com. AZ Tri Club. Participation is more important than placing. Free triathlon club. East Valley training. Swims at Canyon Lake, and Pure Fitness. Weekly bike rides in Tempe, Mesa and Scottsdale. Runs at Tempe Town Lake. All ages and abilities Dr. Jeffrey Banas. 480-633-6837, drjeffbanas@ aztriclub.com, AzTriClub.com. First Wave Tri. Weekly Master’s swimming and running at Arrowhead Country Club, biking from Starbucks on 67th Ave & Arrowhead. firstwavetri.com. Gage Total Training. Triathlon and multisport training. All levels welcome. Train in the Ahwatukee/ Phoenix area. Jane & George 480704-1295, info@gagetotaltraining. com, gagetotaltraining.com. Triathlon Training Glendale Community College. Beginner to Elite The class offers inter-class competition, field trips, sponsor discounts,

exposure to outside events and … swim, bike, and run workouts guided by experts. The class culminates with competition in a Sprint Triathlon. Class requirements: road or mt. Bike, bicycle helmet, swim goggles running shoes and an open mind. Mark 623547-5349, trifamilyracing@msn. com. Phone registration: Glendale Community College at 623-8453333. trifamilyracing.com. Haus Triathlon. Based on friends, fitness, and attainment of personal goals. Beginner to Kona;  Weekday and weekend group workouts with periodic social gatherings. haustriathlon.com Landis Triathlon Club. Open for all levels. Training rides, runs and swims. Informative club meetings -with speakers. Landis Cyclery, 480730-1081, 602-430-1043, mike@ mikehughes1.com, landistriclub.com. Phoenix Triathlon Club. Come Tri with us! We are a non-profit organization dedicated to the multi-sport community. Weekly rides / runs, Monthly meetings for schedule see phoenixtriathlonclub.org. TriCats U of A Triathlon Club. Come practice, race, and socialize! Open to all ability levels. U of A Student Recreation Center. 520-241-5437, tomcbrown1@home.com. arizonatricats.com. Tri-Scottsdale Foundation. Goal is to increase awareness of the sport, sponsor races and sponsor athletes. Coaching is available from Gage Total Training and Lewis Elliot Racing. Women’s cycling with No Woman Left Behind. Group workouts schedule online. triscottsdale.org. Tucson Desert Heat Triathlon Club. TDH provides its members with organized group cycling and running workouts every weekend, various training clinics throughout the year, training tucsondesertheat.org or kirk_strang@hotmail.com. Whole Body Coaching. Comprehensive, custom triathlon coaching. All abilities welcome. Ironman experienced. Tod Miller 602275-9177, wholebodycoaching.com.

HIKING/ CLIMBING CLUBS Arizona Mountaineering Club. AMC promotes rock climbing, mountaineering, and other outdoor activities. Meetings are the 4th Monday of every month at 7 pm at Phoenix Country Day School, 3901 E. Stanford. amcaz.org.  Arizona Outdoor & Travel Club. A group that likes to hike, bike, camp, and do 4x4 off-roading. Tuesdays are general meetings. Scottsdale. azoutdoortravelclub.com. Arizona Trailblazers Hiking Group. Open to all hikers and campers. Meets the 3rd Tuesday of odd months (Jan/March/etc.). The club has 3-4 hikes a month from easy to moderate. Yellowallpapaer@hotmail. com, azhikers.org.

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AZ on the Rocks. Arizona’s largest indoor climbing gym. Fully air-conditioned, showers, fitness equipment. Beginners welcome. Classes for all levels and ages. Near Bell Rd. off the 101 Fwy., Scottsdale. 480-502-9777, AZontheRocks.com. Canine Hiking Club of Arizona. 3-5 hikes per month. All ages, skill levels & dogs welcome. 623-516-9422, jdeben@hotmail.com, mydog8az.com. City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation. Guided outdoor programs in the city’s desert and mountain preserves, including guided hikes, unique series of outdoor yoga classes, programs for kids. phoenix.gov/parks. Flagstaff Hiking Club. Local club that hikes most Saturdays. No meetings but communication through email and monthly newsletter. flagstaffhikingclub.com, adelpha@npgcable.com. Friends. Hiking, backpacking, and canoeing for beginners to advanced. Mail@friendshiking.com, friendshiking.com. Glendale Hiking Club. Several hikes each month. Meets 2nd Thursday of month at 7 pm. Glendale Adult Center, 5970 W. Brown. 602-2305391,  glendalehikingclub.org. Lost Dutchman State Park. Saturdays 2-3 hours. Guided hikes focus on plants, wildlife & local history. Ask about their Moonlight Hikes. 480-982-4485. Orienteering Club. Phoenix. Clinics, meetings & competitions on finding the way with a map & compass. 480706-4824. Outdoor Encounters. A Drinking Club with a Hiking and Camping Problem. Age: Mid 20’s to early 40’s. No formal meetings, monthly happy hours. Different events every weekend. 623587-7539, OutdoorEncounters.com. Outdoor Recreation Program Day Hikes. Gilbert Parks & Recreation, 119 N. Gilbert Rd. 480-503-6200. Phoenix Rock Gym. Rock climbing classes. 480-921-8322, phoenixrockgym.com. Phoenix Trail Mix. Guided outdoor programs in the city’s desert and mountain preserves. 602-495-0222, phonix.gov/PARK/hikes.html. Senior Trekkers Club. 3-4M. Thursdays 8am. Meet at Sabino Canyon Visitors Center, Tucson. Social hikes for those over 50. Emory 520-296-7795. Southern Arizona Hiking Club. Tucson. 50-60 hikes per month for all ages & abilities. 520-751-4513, sahcinfo.org. Southwest Outdoors Club. 2nd & 4th Wednesdays 7:30pm. Hiking, backpacking, kayaking, cross-country skiing, rock climbing, mountain biking. Pyle Adult Rec. Center, 655 E. Southern, Tempe. Ed, 480-921-3821. Sierra Club Singles. Hiking, biking, backpacking, camping, climbing, canyoneering & caving, 480-654-1234. Take-a-Hike Club. Take a Hike is an outdoor club for active adults in Arizona. Variety of activities including hiking, backpacking, rock-climbing. Meet at 6:30-7:00 pm Wed. Old Chicago, SW corner Alma School

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& US-60, Mesa. 480-694-1195 http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ takeahikeaz/. Tucson Orienteering Club. For beginners to experienced orienteerers. Peg 520-628-8985. tucsonorienteeringclub.org. Wandering Soles Hiking Club. 1st Tuesdays at 7 pm. Weekly hikes throughout Arizona. Members ages 25-40. Boulders, 530 W. Broadway Rd., Tempe. 602-222-2572. wanderingsoles.org.

INLINE/SKATING CLUBS Predator Speed Skate & Cycle Club. Predator Speed Skate Club is the largest speed-skating club in the southwest, and is one of the largest outdoor clubs in the nation. Mark Gaylor 602-274-5840, predatorspeed.org. Phoenix Fun Skate. Monthly skate organized by Phoenix AZ Inline Skate School  480-570-3306, PhoenixAZinline.com. Tucson Inline SK8 Club. Sundays. Afternoon social skate. Fast Eddie 520-722-7434, skatetucson.org.

ROWING/ PADDLING CLUBS Arizona Dragon Boat Association. The association invites young and old, or all abilities to participate in a 2500 year old paddling sport. Svasquez2@ cox.net, azdba.com. Arizona Dragon Diva’s. Women’s dragon boat team now forming, all abilities welcome. Practices Tempe Town Lake. info@azdragonriders. com, azdragonriders.com/azdivadragons.html. City of Tempe Rowing Classes. Classes for ages 13 & up & for all abilities & skill levels. Enrollment for our Junior or Masters competitive program is ongoing. 480-350-5200, tempe.gov/pkrec. City of Peoria Outdoor Adventure Kayaking Classes. ACA certified classes for adults and children. Ongoing at Lake Pleasant. Call 623-773-7725. Polynesian Outrigger Canoe Club Na Leo ‘O Ke Kai. Experience island style fun and exercise. Tempe Town Lake, North side of Lake at white umbrellas on East side of boat launch. Tue & Thu 5:30 pm Sat 8:00 am. Look for Andrew, Janet, Peggy, or Auntie Diane.No equipment needed. 602-821-0641 or 626-200-9440. outriggeraz.com Rio Salado Rowing Club. RSRC member open row. Twice-Daily open rows. Junior rowing for ages 13-17 yrs. old. New classes start beginning of each month. Boatyard, behind the Red River Music Hall on Mill Avenue & Curry Street, Tempe Town Lake. Riosaladorowing.org. Southern Arizona Paddlers Club. Second Monday of every other month starting in January, AZ Game and Fish Building, 555 N. Greasewood

Rd., Tucson, 7 pm. vicepresident@ soazpaddlers.org, soazpaddlers.org.

RUNNING/ WALKING MAY 7 Arizona Road Racers Rio Vista Luck of the Draw. 8k, 2M. 7:30 am. Rio Vista Park, Peoria. www.arizonaroadracers.com New Times Dirty 6 – 6 Mile “Mud Run.” 6 miles and loads of obstacles and mud. Rawhide Wild West Town at Wild Horse Pass, Chandler. www. dcbadventrues. Water for Our World’s Run for the Thirsty. 7:15 am. Reach 11 Sports Complex, Phoenix. Dan Spinogatti 602-740-9996.

MAY 14 Prescott YMCA Whiskey Row Marathon. 26.2, 13.1. 10k. 6 am. Courthouse Square, Prescott. www. prescottymca.org. Run for Ryan. 7 am. Kiwanis Park, Tempe, 4peaksracing.com.

MAY 15 Tucson 5000. 7 am. Reid Park, Ramada 14. Tucson. azroadrunners.org.

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MAY 28 Arizona Road Racers Summer Series 1. 7:30 am. Papago Park, Phoenix. www.arizonaroadracers.com

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JUNE 11 Colossal Cave 5k Road Race. 6:30 am. Colossal Cave Mountain Park, 16721 E. Old Spanish Trail, Vail, AZ. www. taggrun.com.

JUNE 12 Arizona Road Racers Summer Series 2. 5k. 6:30 am. Reach 11, Horse Lovers Park, Phoenix. www.arizonaroadracers.com.

JUNE 18

in the Aspen. 15k/5k/ >> Gaspin kids dash. 8 am. Nordic Center,

Flagstaff. www.nordiccenter.com or www.natra.org. Scottsdale 3.1 Running Series Race 4. 8:30 pm. Scottsdale Sports Complex, 8081 E. Princess. scottsdaleaz.gov/parks/ssc.

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Northland Hopsice Run for Life. 5k/10k, 1M, fun run. 7 am. Wheeler Park, Flagstaff. Haven Flanagan 928-779-1227, www. northland hospice.org or www. natra.org.

July 2 Gheral Brownlow 10K and 2M Family Fun Run. 6 am. Brownlow Trail in Pioneer Park, Prescott. Susan Anderson 928-409-0023, .runprescott.com. Carissa’s Run. 5:30 am. Capps Middle School on Reidhead St. in Heber/Overgaard. Valerie Reynolds 928-409-0023.

JULY 4 Arizona Road Racers Summer Series 3. 4M. 6:30 am. Reach 11, Rio Vista Park, Peoria. www.arizonaroadracers.com. Second Annual Fourth of July Freedom Run. 5k, family fun run. 6 am. Golf Links Sports Complex Ramada #3, 2400 S. Craycroft Rd., Tucson. www.taggrun.com.

CLUBS American Diabetes Association.  TEAM DIABETES. Walk. Run. Cure. Join us and help children and adults with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.  Training programs designed for all levels with a supportive TEAM environment! Michelle, 602-8614731 x7095. Feel The Heat Track Club. Tues & Thurs. 6:30 pm. Youth, Open, Submasters, & Masters Athletes. USATF Certified & Experience Coaching. Our Coaches are athletes also! Stop by and try us! Marcos de Niza HS, Hamilton HS, McClintock HS. 480235-4587, speedbyrawle.com Marathon Coaching Consultants. “Human kindness through running” Running Club and Personal Training Across the Valley. Group runs: Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays. Track workouts: Tuesday and Wednesday. Coach David Allison: 480-326-1495, marathoncoachaz.com. Northern Arizona Trail Runners Association. NATRA’s mission is to promote trail running in Northern Arizona to folks of all abilities. Saturday group runs on various trails. nsw1731@earthlink.net, natra.org. Phoenix Hash House Harriers. A drinking club with a running problem hosts non-competitive “Hare & Hound” runs “hashes” each Sat. at various locations. 602-230-JERX, http://phoenixhhh.org/. Run AZ. 7 pm. Tues. & Thur. runs. Run AZ, 48th & Warner, Ahwatukee. 480-592-0900. runaz.net. RunFar Arizona. West Valley half and full marathon training, and general running program. runfaraz.com, runfaraz@cox.net. Rx Running. Comprehensive, individualized programs. Flexible meeting times. Nationally certified running coaches. 480-491-3506, RxRunning.com, coach@RxRunning.com 

Sole Sports Running Club. Group Runs and Marathon Training.  Long Runs Sat. & Wed. Mornings, Mon. & Thur. evenings. Track Workout Wednesday Evenings. solesportsrunning.com. Team in Training. Training for Rock N’ Roll AZ. Teams to walk or run a variety of marathons to help find a cure for leukemia. All fitness levels welcome. 602-788-8622, 800-568-1372. The Lightning Track Club. Phoenix. Athletic and speed training. Coach Mo. 480-217-0175, mstreety@hotmail.com, coachmospeedcamp.com. The Running Shop.  Weekly Wednesday evening group runs. 6:00 pm.  Open to everyone.  3055 N Campbell suite 153, 520-325-5097, runningshopaz.com. Zonie Hash House Harriers. Regularly scheduled hare & hound chases, generally in the Chandler/Tempe area. 480–821-0471, zoniehhh.org.

SEMINARS/ WORKSHOPS/ CLASSES Core Classes. Dynamic and challenging 60 minutes, designed to strengthen the core of the individual while incorporating the entire body and increasing endurance, flexibility, strength and power. Phoenix /4440 N. 36th St. Suite 240 / 602-9564040/ Kraemer@endurancerehab. com Scottsdale/ 9376 E. Bahia Dr. / 480-556-8406 / Brandon@ endurancerehab.com or Andi@ endurancerehab.com endurancerehab.com.  

SWIMMING CLUBS Arizona Masters Swimming. Nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting aquatics fitness and swimming events within the State of Arizona.  Part of United States Masters Swimming. 480-365-0037, azlmsc.org. Camelback Coaching. Swim workouts at noon M, W, F. 12-1pm. Scottsdale JCC. Drop ins welcome. 480-3633867, camelbackcoaching.com Sun Devil Masters. Variety of programs. 25+ workouts a week. Scottsdale and Tempe pools. 602818-4790, sundevilmasters.com.

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