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Along for the Ride
Your living is determined not so much by what life brings to you as by the attitude you bring to life; not so much by what happens to you as by the way your mind looks at what happens.Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.
The voice of mile 18
Tri Rule #1 of Triathlon Training/Racing - If Momma ain't happy nobody is happy
The Greatest of All Time
I used Joel Friel's first edition as a reference when training for Ironman Florida in 1999.
There's no great secret to training for an Ironman.
3 one hour swims per week
1 long ride ~100 miles
1 long run ~ 20 miles
1 fast ride ~ 40 miles
1 fast run ~8 miles
Everything else is recovery.
Wow! I love the way you summed that up. I'm thinking maybe 2010 for first full Ironman, I"m sticking with Halfs for now.
Tougher than most, dumber than the rest. "You can not count the miles until you feel them" TVZ
2010 Races: Snicker's Marathon(2:58:38), Scenic City Trail Marathon(3:26:36), Laurel Highlands Ultra 77(19:13:44), Ironman Louisville(13:07:07) 2011 Races: Mount Cheaha 50k 5:22:47, Tobacco Road Marathon, Mohican 100 Miler