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Hollywood, You Chauvinist Bastards, you Did It Again!

Seth Godin said that “the critic, the mimic, and the clown all have one thing in common, they’re not doing the work.” He went on to say that, “if they stop hiding, they might even produce something significant.” (You can read the entire blog… 1,819 more words

Pushing pedals and peddling pushes

On Saturday we rode with a group of triathletes from the City of Naperville out to Yorkville and back. The first few miles are classic white bread suburbia. 894 more words

RCTC Athlete Spotlight: Donica Douglas Williams at IRONMAN 70.3 Florida

“You don’t play triathlon. You play soccer; it’s fun. You play baseball. Triathlon is work that you can leave you crumpled in a heap, puking on the roadside. 806 more words


What kind of trainer are you?

During the course of an athlete’s life, a number of experiences combine to form the mentality and relative rate of discipline one applies to training. Formative experiences include initial exposures to sports such as training in gym class. 1,704 more words


We get to work some pretty cool events. The annual RACE-MANIA Expo is one of them. RACE-MANIA is a great kickoff to the spring racing season, where runners and triathletes can come and get inspired by speakers and coaches and gear up with an awesome vendor expo. 323 more words


Gross Things About Triathletes

After reading an article listing the 6 Grossest Things About Triathlon, I began to evaluate which ones I have been guilty of. Well, almost all of them. 633 more words


Toilet seat training and what it means to triathletes


Growing up in a family of four boys, there was not much call to put the toilet seat down after going to the bathroom. Had we the pleasure of a middle sister or so, the complaints might have seeped through to our consciousness. 1,827 more words