Oscar is Hanging in There!
Sunday, 27 January 2013 00:10
(Photo - Oscar.)
The Yin and Yang that was 2012
Posted December 29th, 2012
By Amy Bauch (http://amysrunningaround.blogspot.com)
Another year has drawn to a close.
I, like many, many of my friends, am plenty happy to see 2012 end. It was an "interesting" year for many of us.
While I have to say that the good stuff outweighed the not-so-good stuff, I am glad to be closing the books on the year, and I'm nothing that hopeful and excited about 2013....
Ascared of the Swim? ...
Friday, 25 January 2013 00:10
(John Segesta Photo - FYI - John is a totally good guy.)
By Chris Carmichael (for triathlon.competitor.com)
Not a fan of the swim leg of triathlon? Join the club. These five easy tips and confidence-building drills may help change your mind about triathlon
"13" is Suz's Lucky Number...
Thursday, 24 January 2013 00:10
Summer Wins Are Earned In The Winter
By Suzie Fox (from suz--news.blogspot.com)
The entire month of October and the holiday season were extremely difficult for my family and for me. For the last 3 1/2 months I have been doing nothing but spending time with my family and preoccupying myself with lots of work and training. Running is the world's most wonderful distraction and there are few things that I enjoy more in life than a nice long run all alone.
Happy 2013!!! 13 has been my lucky number since I was a little girl so I have high hopes this year for everyone close to me....
Devon Talks About Stuff....
Wednesday, 23 January 2013 00:10
(Photo - Devon sometimes watches Thea cook stuff.)
By Devon Palmer (palmertri.wordpress.com)
Happy new year! Welcome to 2013. It is going to be a great year. For me at least, not sure what you
Dan's Got a Speedo Tan....
Tuesday, 22 January 2013 00:10
Getting Into the Routine
By Dan Hedgecock (http://danhedgecock.blogspot.com)
Believe it or not, it is now 2013. I've been training in Clermont, FL since the first week in December and it has been fantastic. Quite a few professional triathletes make Clermont their winter training camp and I can see why. The weather is fantastic which makes it possible to swim outside at the National Training Center everyday. For me this is a big win from a mental standpoint. During the winter I want to get in some great training, but I also want to start the season mentally and physically fresh. Since starting to train down here I have started to look forward to the swim each day more than my run (This is blasphemy coming from a runner, and I apologize to any non-triathlete runners for admitting it). I know that I'm not going to have to worry about mid-season mental burnout because I'm not
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