Training...We Talking About Training?
The training is getting tougher now. My legs are constantly tired. The good news is, much of my pain from arthritis is gone. I typically wake up and have to stretch and roll before I can leave my house. Lately, I have only been sporadically rolling and mostly just stretch in the morning. I feel really good… and really tired! I continue to be excited about this journey and as it is taking me places physically that I’ve never gone to before I am excited to see how I feel by th
Gonna Make You Sweat..
I had a great night a couple of nights ago. My wife and I went to a gala and had a blast. Then I woke up Sunday morning...tired, a little hung over, and jumped on my bike to train for my Ironman. Sorry about the gross photo, but it describes what I went through that morning. It wasn't fun. That's sweat from the bike ride on the trainer. Then, this morning, I went to swim class at 6am. It was super difficult, but you know, it reminds me of people who are successful in wh
Well, I've determined I am doing an Ironman in 2019. Here's the issue. I'm not a swimmer. There seems to be two camps in the triathlon world. There's the swimmers, who hate the running and/or biking, and the runners/bikers who just try to get through the swim without drowning. I am a runner, and swimming has stopped me from trying to do an Ironman for years. But here's the thing. I know I CAN swim 2.4 miles, if I train enough. It makes logical sense. It's just the fe