Triathlon is a process. We start with blind exuberance then evolve. There’ve been many times when I’ve reflected and cringed. I used to “say” I was doing it to become a better person, and that’s somewhat true, but not in the beginning.
When Steve Jobs started building computers in his garage, he was hungry. A few years later, Apple was a powerful brand and Jobs faced a whole new set of challenges. The Board of Directors was more concerned about how Apple’s perception, but Jobs couldn’t stop thinking about
I have been eagerly awaiting this written piece for two years, which is ironic, because without him . . . Crushing Iron may not exist. I am excited to release the debut post from the man who got me into
If you’ve noticed some wackiness lately it’s because I’m migrating my site to a new server, and frankly, it’s testing my nerves. But, truthfully, it’s going to be for the best as soon as I can get everything cleaned up.
Well, now that Jodie Swallow has retweeted and responded to this post, don’t be surprised if I get a bit cocky for a while. Then again, I’m having a dietary meltdown and still can’t swim for ass, so you’re probably
Sunday, was weird. There was no alarm or intent, I just woke up at 4 am and gave life my best shot. I have to say, it was quite amazing. My only “plan” of the day was to meet friends
Ten years ago I moved to Nashville and my goal was a new beginning. I didn’t know anyone and wanted to change some harmful patterns I had created. I wanted to “clean up” my act and actually do things, not
The last two days I was in Knoxville for a great social media workshop and wanted to get in a run. I stayed at the same hotel I used for my early season Rev3 race, so I thought I might
This is the latest submission from my coach, Robbie Bruce. I love it when he gets inspired and sits down at his phone to bust out a blog. This one is especially close to my heart because I just experienced
More than ever, my body has been looking me deep in the eyes and asking, “WTF?” Here I am approaching 50, putting on mileage I’ve never dreamed possible, and clearly that doesn’t come without complications. Last night’s 3,000 meter swim