Tag Archive: IMFL

2 years later

Thanks to Facebook’s “on this day” app, I was reminded of where I was 2 years ago today. It was the beginning of what was supposed to be my race week at Ironman… Continue reading

19!

It is October 19th and there are 19 days left until Ironman Florida–a race I have waited for 3 years to conquer. It’s getting real people!!! I did my last long ride yesterday… Continue reading

On the road again…

Back to feeling well this week so jumped on the road to Ironman Florida, again. I seriously question my sanity on a regular basis and then I hit a good workout and remember… Continue reading

this is my fight song

Sometimes you need a reminder of who you are and why you do what you do…today I got that reminder! I will be quite honest, it has been much harder to train this… Continue reading

Week 2: Catching up

If there’s one thing for certain, it’s that nothing is certain, at least in Ironman training, and while that may seem pretty pessimistic, I would classify it more as realistic. From my experience… Continue reading

Week 1 = Done

So this is what Ironman training feels like again?! By Friday I felt like a truck had hit me. I know I will get a little more used to all of this but… Continue reading

Getting back to it

Wrote an email to my coach this week to give him an idea of what I was thinking for 2015 and where I was currently at. I have to admit, it was tough… Continue reading

Revised goal: 90 degrees

Going to be honest–it’s been a tough week. I’m not saying that for any sympathy, it’s just the truth. Being back in my house has been great, but there is much I still… Continue reading

Knee Post Op Update: Part 1

Let me first start by saying that I am in very high spirits, and I have every right to be. The biopsy came back saying that indeed it was a giant cell tumor… Continue reading

Why?

A common question when someone finds out you are training for an Ironman is “why would you do that?” (often asked facetiously with a hint of sarcasm). It can be a tough question… Continue reading