By Mike Tarrolly for Crushing Iron It’s unbelievable how people can blabber for years without actually doing anything to solve a problem. Health Care is one of those things, so I thought I’d throw out a few thoughts on how
I haven’t been working out much since Ironman Chattanooga and think my body is a little pissed. Especially considering the frequent and intense cravings for those flat “deli-style” pretzels. Last night was one of those nights. As I approached the pretzel aisle in
[follow_me] I used to play competitive softball. Yeah, I know, that sounds like an oxymoron, but this shit was intense. Our team had a tour bus and we’d drive all over the Midwest to drink cases of beer at
90% of the time my thoughts are steeped in training, but occasionally I’ll remember why I am a lover of human behavior and truly crave bizarrity. The following is a simple, yet highly representative example of why I find life
Let me tell you, I am not quite in sync with the official Ironman training. The schedule is laid out like a ripe bag of apples waiting for a sinful chomp, but this holy roller isn’t hungry! Yet . .
Sometimes I feel like a real jackass writing about Ironman training. I mean, who am I to figure like I know stuff? But then, I start to rationalize . . . “Hey, maybe I do know stuff.” Well, at least
I marvel at my dog’s ability to hit top speed. She could be in a dead sleep and pop to all fours in less than a second. That same feat normally takes me several snooze sessions and a few groans.
My good friend Roger is 5 weeks away from running his first marathon and has a photograph of me to thank. Actually he was in the picture too, and what happened to us that blurry night was an undeniable catalyst
Sometimes when I think how good my book can be, I can hardly breathe. –Truman Capote The good news is . . . my IT Band pain seems to be gone. The bad news is . . . I absolutely
You know, injury talk can be the worst. I mean, if it bores me, then it must bore everyone else in the world. It’s so self-serving, but I guess that’s what we do. We talk about what’s on our minds