They call it the Land of the Rising Sun and I should have paid attention…knowing how the local time is established in relation to the sun can be quite important for us athletes on selecting the timing of our long training events. During a recent business trip, I had the opportunity to spend a week[…]
UPDATE: Due to the popularity of this post from people looking for the course map, here is my Garmin race data with the actual elevation and distance. In preparation for the Ironman Pays D’Aix 70.3, I decided to ride most of the course during a vacation nearby and share my experiences for those of you[…]
If last year was busy with travel, it’s nothing to what is planned this year. Helping a client put in place a global information technology delivery model, I have to visit its sites and put in place global teams. From the Americas to Asia, my frequent flyer programs promise to beat records this year. Add[…]
Traveling with a bike can be cumbersome and costly but a few tips can help alleviate both concerns
Whether it’s running through the streets of DC or taking the public transportation system in foreign cities, taking the long way is always worth it.
A quick look back at the winter and reflecting on lessons learned about traveling and returning home as I prepare the 2010 year.
As I look back at my decision to maximize training and getting sick, the lessons aren’t necessarily evident and the boundaries of balancing work and triathlon keep getting pushed.
A very demanding project takes me away from home and despite planning for training, local eating habits and schedules threw me in for a loop.
Overseas travel can be difficult on the body but some tips may help smooth out its impact
My willpower gets tested in more ways than on while co-workers enjoy fine food and drinks in San Francisco.