Absolutely sick of my stinking car. It’s full of bags: gym bag, running bag, bike bag, swim bag, and damp towels cover them all, drying out while leaving a wet swimsuits stench. Today’s Tri Tip: de-clutter. It’ll be like a breath of fresh air.
100 Days To Tri; lessons learned – Get quality products Recently a friend talked about getting into triathlons but worried about the cost. Where do you begin? I remember that daunting feeling and suggested – take spinning classes, especially since he didn’t own a bike. Spinning is great for building comfort on a bike and Read more about Day 24 – The World Needs Quality[…]
I’ve said it once and I’ll say it a thousand more times – be proactive. If you’re like me – a procrastinator – that’s easier said than done, but it pays off. The trick is to be proactive with the end in mind. The end goal for racing Ironman or another triathlon is getting to Read more about Day 23 – Love is in the details[…]
Day 13 motto – Bring Your A Game. Why? Because it’s important to remember that anyone, at any age, can bring their A Game. For those in my age group (50+) … don’t use age as an excuse from creating a thriving life because time and wisdom do have benefits, especially if you are embracing an Read more about Day 13 – Bring Your A Game[…]
Getting ready for my first brick training day where I’ll incorporate two sports back-to-back; Cycling then running. For me brick days are the hardest part of training/racing, and admittedly in the past my attitude has been a bit salty throughout the run – cursing like a drunken pirate. As Saturday gets closer I’ve realized a Read more about Day 11- Focus on the reward[…]
With work, life and tri training, stress can seep in. One way to help avoid that is to be proactive. For example, today is a very busy day filled with three meetings and final editing for an article and TNG Real Estate’s annual CSR report. With so much going on meant tri training needed to Read more about Day 10 – Be disciplined[…]