Advice for New Triathletes

As I prepare for my first ever solo Olympic-length triathlon, I’ve been reflecting a bunch on my first few races.  I like to tell people I got conned into my first race–a friend talked me into joining her and then had to back out a few weeks before the race.  But something stuck.  I don’t … Continue reading Advice for New Triathletes

Advice for Training while Traveling

Vacation.  Conferences.  Holiday trips to see family.  How many promising new habits and routines have I buried in those seemingly short disruptions to my daily life?  Even just two or three days can reset old patterns, in eating, exercising, and so much else, in ways that can feel frustrating and discouraging.  But when I was … Continue reading Advice for Training while Traveling

Advice for new runners

Those who have known me for three years likely think of me as an athlete, but those that have known me longer know how improbable that label would have seemed just five years ago.  For those who don't know the back story here, let me sum it up as briefly as I can. I was … Continue reading Advice for new runners