Tag Archive: brick

Aug 06

All Out of Puff

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I managed to catch the tail end of the women’s Olympic triathlon Saturday morning (which was absolutely amazing in case you missed it). Towards the end, as one of the racers fell out of the lead group, the British commentator said that it looked like, “She was all of out puff.” Jennie and I got …

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May 29

Now the Real Training Begins

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This past weekend wrapped up week 12 of IM Mont Tremblant training and I couldn’t have done it in better fashion. With 12 weeks to go until race day, it is time to get my game face on and get ready to tackle Ironman number 2. On Saturday, despite the recovery week, I took the …

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Aug 06

Double Metric Ride

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Well, the vacation post is still coming – I promise.  I’ll eventually get it finished. In the meantime, I wanted to post about my bike Saturday brick workout. I had a 6 hour ride scheduled and 45 minute run scheduled.  I realized Friday night that I had a typo in the electronic version of my …

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Jun 27

WIBA Day 1 & 2

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After an amazing weekend, I am finally home from a long weekend in Madison for the Wisconsin Ironman Brick Adventure (WIBA).  It was a ton of fun and a great learning experience.  There is so much that I want to document and remember that I am going to break this up into two posts.  Apologies …

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Aug 14

Run Redemption

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All week I have been struggling on the run.  Actually, more accurately, I have been struggling on the last mile of my runs. I did three runs earlier this week.  8 miles, 6 miles and 5 miles.  The runs have all started out great, but after 7, 5, and 4 miles respectively, I fell apart.  …

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