Quote of the day
If you can drive there, you can bike there.
If you can bike there, you can run there…
Made this one up myself :). Every now and then my sis will tuant me, “why take the car when you can run there…”…hmm don’t tempt me 🙂
I have been re-reading Gordo’s and other’s articles on Ironman training. I reflected on what I did well last season (through half educate guess and half fluke) and things I need to work on. To say the least, I am very happy with last season. I have trained close to Ironman volume and have learnt a great deal on training itself. I did not have any *major* injury and completed HIM as planned.
The perspective that guide me last year will need to be modify as I become more in tune to my body and how it responded to stress (phyiscal, mental and emotional). More on that later….
Ironman Florida is this Sat. Quite excited. Even though I am not part of it, there are a number of tri bloggers participating this race. A large number of them are first timers too.
I put their bib number beside their name so I can track them on Ironmanlive.com on race day 🙂
Good luck guys. It will be a fulfill day under the sun.
I hope I didn’t forget anyone.
Nancy Toby (2484) – Juggle taking care of twins and train at the same time. Impressive.
Bolder in Boulder (1269, Thanks Wendy!) – my long lost Canadian brother…I can’t wait for him to come back to homeland when we can meet up 🙂
Ellie (2526) – Isn’t Ironman for 20 something fit athlete like me? Ok..i am neither fit or an athlete. Ellie prove what a grandmother can do 🙂
Commodore (758) – The only guy I know who stop on a boat and drink a can of beer during a long swim. I envy him.
Trimama (2297) – Her delightful post of her journey with her tribe..unforgettable.
Triboomer (1544) – He raised money to fight cancer..next season I will do the same. Thanks for reminding me I won a small battle against cancer and it hasn’t been defeated yet 🙂