Dustin and I have been keeping busy with work, training, life, etc… so I thought since we haven’t blogged in a while, I’d sum it up in bullets what has been going on with each of us… Christmas – Dustin got me new tri cycling shoes… he knows the way to my heart (only to have to ship them back because they were the wrong size – better shoes than clothes ;)) – I got him new Newton’s and Wattie gear only to have him ask ‘where’s the big one at?’ – I let him know his custom Dash saddle was a one time deal and he shouldn’t have gotten used to it. 399 more words
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Orange County’s best personal trainer and sports conditioning trainer Nanci Goedecker discusses her background as an endurance athlete and as a well seasoned coach for athletes. 117 more words
A borrowed Dutch shopping bike (basket removed, which I thought was a shame) wasn’t the most impressive way to debut in triathlons, but faithful Bess, as she was called, got me up and down the Saadiyat Island bridge in the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon some years back. 182 more words
RunExpo is just around the corner on 20-22 March at Event City, Manchester and we can’t get our running shoes on quick enough! If you’re into your running, triathlons or want to get involved in these sports, the RunExpo is definitely the place to be. 548 more words
Sunlight glistens on the water, a tranquility that contrasts the turmoil inside as you try to quiet a heart hammering inside your chest.
You wonder if the same battle is being fought by the people surrounding you, but a quick glance gives only an impression of focused determination. 145 more words
After 25 years in the sport you would think that I knew everything there was about training and racing for triathlons, yet I’m still reading about new ideas, practicing different things to improve my training, and rethinking things I had taken at face value. 1,274 more words