I thought I would want to resume running this morning. When the alarm went off at 5 am, I contemplated staying in bed. Once I was awake and caffeinated, it was clear that I confused wanting with hoping. I decided that hoping was not a great mental state to resume training and instead I walked the dog and sat in the ...
I have been triing for 10+ years. I love competing at the top of every level including ITU, Ironman, USA Triathlon etc. I started this sport to check off a bucket list item to defy my 40’s and the extra weight of middle age. Now it feels like a necessity to defy my 50’s and beyond. My retrispective:
In honor of pro triathlete Hillary Biscay completing her 65th Ironman, I decided to set up a calculator to see how long it would take me to equal her record setting streak. Feel free to enter you own numbers.
Obviously, I won't be catching her anytime soon!
Yesterday a friend and fellow business owner emailed me and asked me for the job description for my Chief Operating Officer (COO). Â I emailed him the following:
A very simple one.
Protect my family/life from the business.
The COO is evaluated on the three P's:
as their A races approach:
I thought this was a very good article on dealing with race highs and lows: Chrissie Wellington on Race Highs and Lows
I was fortunate this weekend to have mostly highs at Ironman Louisville. There were a few low points in the marathon (the quads were very painful the last 10 miles) and my ...
I recently went to the Runner's Forum in Indianapolis. I decided to undergo a gait analysis. I have had a sneaking suspicion that my running gait has changed. A few years ago, Coach was sponsored by Adidas. After having a gait analysis, it was determined that I pronate quite a bit and that a control ...