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From Pencil to Pen

Note:  This post was written in 2007, my last season racing as a professional.

    I have spent quite a bit of time since I competed in Triple T a couple of months ago trying to solidify my Canada build schedule, because it is coming up quickly.  (BUILD = phase of training to specifically prepare the body/mind for the upcoming Ironman race)  I have a pretty good idea of what I want to do and the key workouts I want to incorporate, but getting the details ironed out has been tough. 

Working Out or Training?

Note:  This post was written in 2007, my last season racing as a professional.

The picture to the left is of the Atlanta Olympic Stadium.  I was fortunate enough to be able to spend some time on the track in May of 1996.  I returned to this track in August to watch some amazing track and field performances including Michael Johnson run a then-world record of 19.32 and Dan O'Brien win the gold medal in the decathlon.  

On The Edge

Note:  This post was written in 2007, my last season racing as a professional.

Well, I have to apologize to those of you who check my blog somewhat regularly.  This is my first entry in a month!  I don’t really have a spectacular reason for why I didn’t update, but I do have some OK reasons:  

End of Iron Lent

Note:  This post was written in 2007, my last season racing as a professional.

Now that IronLent is over, I can look back and observe (even judge!) the process.  It was a success.  It was a success because I worked to define, commit to, and execute the little things that can give me my best chance at happiness/fulfillment/satisfaction over the coming months/years.  

Stuff, What I learned from the MEGA Training Week, and Where I Am Now

Note:  This post was written in 2007, my last season racing as a professional.

Three things this time. 

First thing:  STUFF!!!

    I like to think that I am not motivated by material things; I like to live life simply and not accumulate “things.”  BUT, when a big box of product from my running sponsor, Brooks, arrived this week, I was pretty excited. 

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