I remember (what seems like a million years ago) being a recent high school grad and packing up for college.
As I threw dirty laundry and a million music CD’s into packing boxes, my father stepped into my bedroom and handed me a book: Life’s Little Instruction Book, by H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
The book’s a cool little guidebook that has some quick and simple advice about everyday life. I still check out my copy from time to time.
Recently, while flipping through the book’s tattered pages, I thought, “Too bad there’s not anything like this for triathletes.” I mean, there are a million books and articles on how to train. But one of the toughest parts of triathlon training isn’t the workouts, but rather how to fit them into your everyday life.
With that, I offer you The Triathlete’s Little Instruction Book. [.....]