Not many endurance sport activities are more awkward than “running along to support someone in a marathon,” and that’s what I did this weekend in Nashville. I’ve run exactly two marathons, both at the end of Ironman, and Saturday I jumped on the Country
Countless times I have been the guy, standing patiently at the end of the pool, hoping the gentleman or lady swallowing one of the two lanes at the East Nashville YMCA would do the right thing. Depending on the pool, I
I’m sitting here in my home office watching the Boston Marathon and, as usual, it’s blowing me away. The fact that so many people care about running and/or watching this race is a testament to human spirit. How so many could fall
Hang with me as I tell this little story about AC/DC, my love for their music, and how their record label Sony Music Entertainment is throwing a wrench in my enjoyment of making free triathlon videos for all of you.
If I’ve learned anything about sports, it is this: Competition is easier when it’s easier. When I started running a few years ago, it was like climbing mountains, but running doesn’t have to be that hard. Neither does swimming or cycling. The hard
It’s an imperfect science, but I have a new rule: No Alarm Clocks. This isn’t always the best plan, like, say, Sunday, when I planned to run the Nashville Running Company’s 6 Mile trail race and woke up 8 minutes after
Writing about triathlon has been an important part of my training process. It’s kinda like therapy because it helps me distill thousands of thoughts that clank around in my brain. But, I think the biggest thing for me is the connection
For the last month I have been following my Wisconsin Badgers on their run to the Final Four (and seriously neglecting training and this blog). It’s been electrifying, nerve wracking, and draining. They took me to some very high places, but