[follow_me] Before adapting any of my training methods, I highly recommend checking with your doctor, or better yet, a psychiatrist. Yesterday was another prime example that may render me off my rocker. I hadn’t had a training run since Rev3
[follow_me] It will take someone much smarter than me to figure it out what this comparative actually means, but I wanted to see it side by side. If you’ve done both courses, I’d love to hear your input (Racer K?).
[follow_me] Well, true to my word, I am taking rollerblading seriously. Tonight I rolled into the greenway, took a secret right turn, then headed for hell . . . or as we affectionately call it, the Energy Lab. What happens to my body
I wouldn’t call this totally legit, but it’s a start. A few weeks ago I was contacted by Sarah Richards who was writing an article on how exercise can help you deal with grief. It was a random connection, but
Ironman Wisconsin registration was very stressful, namely because there were 5 of us trying to get in, and by all accounts only had a two-hour-window. Frankly, it was a rush. Louisville has been open for a while, standing seductively in the
[follow_me] It was a love story and I laid in bed letting the angelic voice sweep me away. The clock read 5:06 am, I was half asleep . . . in a dream I never wanted to end. The year’s first ride on
[follow_me] This weekend, I fell off “the rest wagon” with a goal to do a simulated Half Ironman 70.3 over the course of the weekend. I hadn’t had more than a couple very short workouts since Rev3 on May 18th.
[follow_me] This is supposed to be the dramatic conclusion of a daring experiment to take 10 Days of Rest during peak triathlon training. And as the days run out, I am once again sitting here naked to the world with
[follow_me] If you’re into mountain biking, the Chequamegon 40 in Hayward, WI has got to be one of the coolest races around. It started in 1983 and over 2,000 riders tear off into the woods and end up 40 miles