Tag Archives: triathlon

My Fitness Life, In a Box

This month, I’m participating in wego health‘s health activist writers’ month challenge: a month of writing prompts for posts to talk about my health and how I share it with all of you here. I’m completely unsure if I’ll be able to keep up with it, but I’m going to try. I’m not going toContinue Reading »

Back to School, Back on Track

Those of you that follow me on Twitter may have noticed that, at the end of August, I did a bit of traveling.  By “a bit of traveling,” I mean that I spent two weeks driving around the Midwest, covering the area from Chicago to Detroit to Cleveland to Louisville with my longest stop inContinue Reading »

Stealth Racing: Seafair Sprint Triathlon

While I had a blast volunteering at Ocean Shores, I came back really wishing that I could be out there racing myself.  Still, I knew the knee wasn’t ready for the hard effort I’d put into a road 5k, so I just told myself to shelve that desire for a couple more months.  That workedContinue Reading »

Inspiration at Ocean Shores

Last weekend, I made the trek out to Ocean Shores to volunteer for the triathlon.  The call for help had come through a local tri shop’s Facebook page, and I figured that since I wasn’t racing (and Irwin was going to be busy terrorizing interns all day), I might as well go help.  Despite theContinue Reading »

Whew. Also: Ack.

Man, it has been a while, hasn’t it?  You’d think that with my school-free, job-free status I’d have nothing better to do than to hang around here, wouldn’t you?  Apparently that’s not so much the case.  Since that last post (2 weeks ago?  what?), I’ve been: hanging out with my mom, who was here forContinue Reading »

New for 2011: Get Coached!

This is a project that I’ve been developing in my mind forever, and I’ve decided that 2011 is the year it’s going to happen.  I’m going to start offering online running and triathlon coaching. Is one of your goals for the year to try a road race, trail race or triathlon?  Are you having troubleContinue Reading »

Lake Stevens 70.3: A Long, Long Day

First of all, thanks so much to everyone who commented, e-mailed, Twittered or messenger pigeoned their support and good wishes for the race. I shut the computer down after posting the entry and I can’t even tell you how awesome it was to turn on my phone post-race and see all of the comments andContinue Reading »

Issaquah Triathlon

Saturday morning the tri season officially got started around here with the Issaquah Triathlon. It was a sprint distance event, and I did it mostly because a) it would be fun and b) it would give me a chance to see how the half-ironman training was progressing. Was I making progress? Or was I goingContinue Reading »

Certifications

USAT Level I Triathlon Coach RRCA Running Coach Certified Strength and Conditioning SpecialistContinue Reading

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