It’s so important not to get swept up in the hype that comes during registration season. I always consider a few things before I sign up for longer distances because I now know very well that I can’t rush the preparation my body needs.
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.
This week on the Dispatch I talk about what I used to be up to at this time of year, what I’m up to instead, and what I’ll be up to in a few weeks’ time. I’m also foreshadowing some upcoming product reviews.
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 […]
Part 2: Work Hard Unlike my previous races in Subic where I stayed in a hotel, this time I had taken a spare room in the Team Red Cross Triathlon […]
Part 1: Play Hard When I got the opportunity to race the Century Tuna Ironman 70.3 Subic Bay with two of my teammates from Team Endure, I couldn’t say no. […]
It’s only a few days to go, and then I drive up again to what the legend Frank Lacson refers to as “Triathlon Country” for the Century Tuna Ironman 70.3 […]