HEY THERE! <insert obligatory “gorsh, I haven’t blogged in a while” list of excuses here> OK, I’ll offer an explanation: I’ve been absent from my little triathlon-oriented blog here because I’ve felt absent from triathlon. TRUE, my emplumpened form is visible in both the Ironman Kona and 70.3 World Championship coverage (and that’s 3 for […]Read more "I’m (almost) BAAAAACK!"
So many Things to report! I love writing, but several weeks ago I lost interest in completing my Boise 57.2 (an unofficial aquabike) race report –I mean I didn’t finish the race, so why bother? I’ll pick it up again here, though, because a few …um …Teachable Moments happened that weekend waybackinJune, and also because […]Read more "REPORT CARD!"
Happy New Year! Say what? We’re 4 months into the new year? Whatever. MUCH has happened since my last post. New apartment! New job! New neighborhood! New coach! New mug! New schedule! New training logistics! And now, 14 15 weeks later, much of the above is new again. I attempted to make the new job […]Read more "Rebuilding"
One day in mid-July I got a pretty fantastic e-mail from my friend, Bill McKee. It read, in part: Quick question for you… would you like to meet Craig Alexander for a one-on-one interview? My wife [Deirdre McKee] works for a consulting company and one of their clients, Core Power, is a sponsor of Craig […]Read more "Recovery: My Interview with Craig Alexander"
Hey, public domain! I’ve been meaning to start a blog for years now. Or rather continue where an old one left off (link added for comedic value. Please don’t judge me). Or maybe I’ve just been waiting to become some awesome athletic swan-Phoenix hybrid who looks amazing in her race photos and has insightful things […]Read more "Watts up?"