It sounds jacked up, but one of the most amazing things about doing Ironman Wisconsin last year, was just how fast that day went by for me. One minute I was floating by the ski ramp, the next I was
I’m closing in on 500 original posts about triathlon. Seems like I would have run out of fuel a long time ago, but it proves to me this blog is about much more about the human condition than simply
Even though I am one, sometimes I hate cyclists. Especially when I’m running. I grew up in the day when you just road your bike and didn’t run into people or in front of cars. We sort of used .
Seriously, why are you doing Ironman? To prove something? To be a better person? To be in a community? To post pictures in skin tight clothing? I think it’s really important to understand or you can get caught up in
Dealing With Guilt I take a lot of shit for “sleeping in” and “milking” my recovery. Frankly, it riddles me with guilt and that’s not good when your big race is only 40 days away. Monday I took a long
I don’t know why Ironman doesn’t have tracking splits on their bike and run at Muncie but they are making a big mistake. Not only are they letting down “spectators” they are leaving a lot of money on the table.
I am not a fast swimmer, but I think I have finally figured out ways to make swimming easier. Over the last few weeks I have been focusing on things I can control and not obsessing over the intricate and often
Talk about surreal. We started this morning with a gorgeous sunrise and by the time I got out of the water (50 minutes later) it felt like I was swimming in the English Channel. I’m not gonna lie, it was
1. It was the first Ironman I watched and the catalyst for me doing IM Wisconsin last year. I honestly couldn’t believe people were doing it, now I will be in the asylum. 2. I’ve spectated twice and really like
[follow_me] I slid over to the YMCA for a quick 35 minute swim at lunch and when I’m getting out, who do I see? The Cyrus of East Nasty! Most of the blame for my triathlon addiction goes to