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Archive for June 2019

Friday, April 19, 2019

I finished the Discovery Bay Olympic distance Triathlon this past Sunday. That’s 2 events down of the seven I have scheduled for this summer. My goal was to win, not just finish but compete. I have been training six days a week to accomplish my goal. I have put the individual times (swim, bike, run)…

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Sunday, April 21, 2019

I/m working on a book that is part autobiography and part journal of my escapades this summer. The point of the book is to encourage aging athletes to not let fear or self doubt keep them from going out and competing. Part of my story is about recovery so he book is a combo of…

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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

I was reading “Unlimited Power” by Tony Robbins, the chapter about food as fuel for energy. He touched on something I have become aware of over the last few months. Most diet recommendation that are doled out as the current best way to loose weight are actually marketing campaigns staged by a variety of food…

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Sunday, May 12, 2019

I was reading the top 10 list of questions people have about Triathlon so I thought I would answer a few. First I must establish context, the answers I am about to give are for age groupers and weekend warriors of which I am one. This advice is not for Pro, Elite, are those determined…

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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

So, this last Sunday I ran in the Bay to Breakers in San Francisco. As described, it is a 12k run from the Embarcadero at the base of the bay bridge to the North Beach part of Ocean Beach. I ran with my regular running partner my Cuz Jodi and newcomer to my circle but…

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Wednesday, May 29, 2019

I’m half war through my four weekend in a row event schedule. First it was Bay To Breakers. You can check out my blog on that if you like. This past weekend Miss Adrienne and I did the 12K version of the Armed Forces Half Marathon. Our goal was 1:30 and we came in at…

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