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Showing posts from June 10, 2007

What a bummer

I was too sick to race. I ended up not going to Iron Girl Atlanta. What a bummer cause I was so looking forward to the race. I guess there were too many germs in vegas and my head cold turned into a cough and runny nose and left me extremely tired this week. This was the first time that I had to pass on a race and it left me that I wasn't able to go. Things are going well right now and I feel like I'm finally getting the hang of the nutrition consultations. Working with Beginner Triathlete has been a lot of fun and even for the people around the area, everyone is seeing positive results with their weight loss and performance. I'll keep everyone updated on my training. A lot of people have been asking about my "kona specific training" and the volume is getting higher every week. I'm getting super excited but the thought of how much this trip is going to cost is making want to work ALL the time. I love my work so I guess that is a good thing. I know a lot of peo

Vegas Baby! I'm Back

In addition to moving to Dunedin on Friday, I was setting myself up for a BUSY weekend by finishing the final touches on my presentation for vegas . Saturday's workout was tough. Solo-but tough. Karel and I rode together for the first time since his crash but it was only a short ride. We ended up meeting the Panera ride and those guys were too fast for me. I barely hanging on for the wed. night loops with the Gearlink guys. I rather be pushed with the guys and not hand on than ride by myself. So once I was dropped from the group, I ended up riding 3 hours by myself with 2 x 20 minutes at Half Ironman race pace. Pretty tough by myself but I was having a good ride. After the ride I had a quick transition and headed out for my run. Felt really fresh and 50 minutes went by very quick. The brick workouts are getting easier the more I do them on a weekly basis. Some workouts are long, some are short and some include bricks... but overall, I feel I benefit from every workout. The rest