A while back on the podcast we started asking for stories from listeners. What got you into triathlon? Why do you love it? How does it make a difference in your life? We knew people were listening, but really didn’t
Here’s the official Crushing Iron – Ironman Wisconsin 2016 tribute video. I just can’t say enough about this race and the volunteers, hopefully this catches some of its splendor. Special thanks to my mom and brother. Please share this video
Nothing says Madison like this. A beautiful scene just up from the Ironman Finish Line. The Finish Line going up. This has me seriously contemplating watching the swim from my hotel room. Lake Monona in all its glory. Just a
Three years ago I could barely swim and vowed to get to respectable levels before IM Wisconsin. Last year, with Louisville a non-wetsuit race, I got even more serious. I put a lot of time, study, and reflection into swimming
Here are three quick articles (and a short video) about swim, bike, and run to get you in the mood for something other than sex. SWIM – Here’s a sweet swim drill that would certainly build your confidence for the Ironman Wisconsin
Someone once told me, “Everywhere you go, there you are.” Lately it’s been, “Everywhere I go, there HE is.” Over the last 5 weeks I’ve driven to Louisville, Wisconsin, and Chattanooga for Ironman. Once to compete, twice to spectate, and within
Ironman Wisconsin was inspiring enough, but to be walking around with a camera and have random people grab me to say they read Crushing Iron blew my mind. One of those guys was Brad Garrison, who was with a big support group,
Ironman Wisconsin Swim Start has fascinated me for the last 3 years. Last year I swam, this year I captured it all on video.
I’ve been recuperating. My first Ironman had me floating for a few weeks, this one dragged me through the mud. A 350 meter swim was the only exercise I’ve had since the race . . . until today. I’m in
The only thing better than running six miles on a beautiful day is . . . knowing that you can. I was just back in my hometown for a few days and woke up to mid-70’s with a partly sunny sky.