It’s a little early to be talking about the dog days of summer, but wow does it feel hot today. I took a little 20 mile ride this morning at 7 o’clock and was baking by the time I left
The first marathon I ever watched was in Nashville. My mother came with her childhood friend, Susie, to support Susie’s daughter in the 1/2 marathon. I remember being amazed that Heidi was running that far and literally stunned by how
This morning I got on my mountain bike around 7 am and rode to the Moosic City Dairy Dash to run a 10K. It’s a nice little race. Very flat, fast and they feed you ice cream with pasta. This
Headed down to the YMCA for my swim workout over lunch. 200 Swim 200 Pull Buoy 200 Kick 200 Pull Buoy Then a bunch of 100 sprints. Well, just as I was about to start my sprinting, the lifeguard blew
The more I swim, the more I fall in love with being in the water, and that is going to be huge when the cannon goes off in Wisconsin and nearly 3,000 other racers jet off for the same buoy.
The following is another guest post from our inspiring coach, Robbie Bruce. I am continually amazed by his passion, and even more impressed with how he re-directs fires that appear to burn out of control. Dejected. Reflected. Redirected. A few
Sometimes the road is to Ironman is lonely. You’ve worked all day, squeezed in a swim over lunch, taken care of the lawn, trash, and cleaned the kitchen. It’s after 8:00 and you still have a run. Ninety five percent
It was a beautiful day at Natchez Trace. Sunny, 60 degrees, and not too windy. The ride started off beautifully. A leisurely stroll through some of the most gorgeous scenery around. Then, Racer K popped a tire and took a
Last January, I weighed 200 pounds. Yesterday at the gym, I tipped scales at 175. Below is my secret. I swam, biked, and ran a LOT!
Sunday night I had my first Ironman dream. I was running . . . and instead of a race it was more like a scavenger hunt. I remember being very confused about why a) we were starting with the run,