The past week was about going to Ironman 70.3 Philippines and discovering my love for endurance sport whether competing or supporting, and a reminder that long-term enjoyment of the sport depends upon staying healthy.
With five weeks to go until Challenge Vietnam and having missed the past two weeks of training, it’s tempting to try cramming as much as possible to get back up to speed.
On my fourth week of training for Challenge Vietnam and I am finally hitting my stride — despite the rain.
The Cobra Ironman 70.3 Philippines 2015 was a special race because it was the first time my whole family was with me. The way race day turned out, I needed […]
In just a few short days, I’ll be toeing the starting line at Ironman 70.3 Philippines once again. I’ve been a regular at this race for four years: my first […]
I wouldn’t say doing a half-ironman two weeks after Challenge Roth was a bad idea, but it was a big ask from my body. I was just happy to be […]
Unlike when I left for Roth three weeks ago with little to no competition for attention at the bike shops I frequent, this time it’s madness with dozens of other […]
Lessons Learned finishing strong at Cobra Ironman 70.3 Philippines The game plan had been to swim easy, bike steady, and run hard. I had executed it almost perfectly, but there […]
Race Day I woke up several times during the night, hearing strong rain against our hotel rooftop. My team was booked at Cleverlearn Residences, approximately 1.9 kilometers away from Shangri-La […]