Tag Archive: progress

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

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

Oxbow Triathlon Race Report

To be quite honest I have tried to start the season a couple of time over the past couple of months. Was signed up for a half marathon that I never got to… Continue reading

My First Swim Meet EVER

I swam in my first ever swim meet last weekend, probably 30 years too late, but better late than never. It was so much fun! Not sure why I waited so long, but… Continue reading

2015 Goals

One of the great things about social media, whether tweeting, blogging or hanging out on the book of faces (remember when that was a real thing that was printed and bound and handed… Continue reading

Why Tri

Been an interesting couple of weeks for me on my road to the Ironman. I felt really good after our trip up to Chattanooga to preview the course (read more about that trip… Continue reading

7 months

This week marks seven months post surgery. Sometimes it seems like yesterday and sometimes it seems like forever ago. I so vividly remember so many details, but luckily some things like the memories… Continue reading

Compare and Contrast

I know I already posted the pic of my x-ray from last week, but I didn’t realize just how much things had progressed until yesterday when my PT and I compared it with… Continue reading

Filling in the blanks

Still lamenting the time lag between my last set of blog posts and this set. I have been writing, it’s just that nothing made it from my notepad to my blog–I still really… Continue reading

How does it feel?

Since I posted my short update yesterday that I am indeed running again, I wanted to follow up and fill you in on some of the details. I started the Couch to 5K… Continue reading