I’ve never been interested in Marathons, particularly not ones run on road. I’ve always said that and in fact, I’ve never run a marathon other than in an Ironman. However, I’ve always been interested in both trails and ultras and little did I realize that I would run one not very long after my first[…]
Nutrition is often referred to as the fourth discipline in triathlons. To those who have experienced nutrition issues during races, you know how it can make or break your races. In Part 1 of my preparation for Ironman France I focused on my training and in Part 2 on my gear selection. This part[…]
My last race of the 2011 season was very disappointing. Although my preparations were not ideal because of our move to France and my extensive travel, I still expected to do better. Nevertheless, although I’m by no means a fast runner, my 2:18 half marathon time shows there was a clear problem on the run.[…]
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.
A quick in-and-trip overseas to prioritize friendship was worth it, Airborne gives me an immune boost and I’m dreading tomorrow’s swim practice
Faced with a digestive issue and a knee problem, an extra rest day made all the difference.