Archive | Triathlon Training

Neked Sans My Socks.

This week I’ve been practicing transitions. If you’re new to the world of triathlons, a transition is the amount of time you spend jacking around between each sport. So for example, T1 [or your first transition] is the amount of time it takes you to get OUT of the open water and ONTO your bike. […]

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Life after a Half: Free falling, feeding my soul, and finding my give-a-damn.

I feel oddly free. Last week was the first time in all of 2014 I haven’t been told what to do by a coach. No ‘here’s what’s gotta be done to survive’ workout. No a**-busting ‘this sucks!’ intervals. No back-to-back, leg numbing ‘why am I doing this again?’ bricks on the schedule. Truth be told, […]

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70.3 Miles of ‘Just Keep Moving’ Tears, Cheers and ‘Holy Gawd Almighty I Just Did That!’

Sometime during the afternoon of Sunday, October 26th, a very respectable-looking older woman, standing behind the finish line of my first 70.3, took a few steps toward me in attempt to hang a finisher’s medal around my neck. My first thought was, “OMG, I STINK.” My second thought was, “Not a chance lady. If you […]

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