Happy Friday! I’m linking up for the Friday Five with Courtney, Mar and Cynthia. While I was writing my race recap for the REV3 Williamsburg Olympic, it struck me that I had learned a few lessons during that race. 1. Do more bricks/transition runs. I can probably count on one hand the number of bricks … More Five Lessons I Learned During My First Olympic Triathlon
The first full week of Key West Olympic tri training begins today! I’m really excited for this race because 1) I love Key West and 2) I can actually set goals, unlike my first Olympic (REV3 Williamsburg) where my main goal was to just finish. I don’t have any time goals in mind just yet … More New Training Cycle: Key West Olympic Tri
Now that it’s three months later and registration for NEXT year’s race is open, it’s about time I share my REV3 Williamsburg Olympic recap. I’ll be honest, I didn’t mean to wait this long to post a recap, but after doing so a small part of me really enjoyed experiencing the emotion and positive energy … More Race Recap: REV3 Williamsburg Olympic
Today I’m linking up for Tuesdays on the Run with Erika, Marcia and Patty and we’re talking about post race or long run rituals and rewards. I think it’s necessary to reward yourself for a job well done. It doesn’t need to cost anything or it can be a total splurge, but during and after … More TotR: Rituals and Rewards
On Tuesday I posted my fall racing schedule and by Friday, that all changed. I will not be doing the September triathlons (Giant Acorn and Outer Banks Olympics) I have originally planned on doing because we’re moving! Yep, we’re moving back to the Northern Virginia area after living in Hampton Roads (southeastern Virginia) for the past five … More Moving to NoVa!