When Too Much is Too Much: Dreaming Your Way Back to Reality

author : Scott Tinley
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photoDo I swim an extra 1000 yards or show up on time to my son’s soccer game? Those small decisions become larger components in this emo/physio battle of decision and will. "Should I go pro?"

Freewheelin'

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photoI didn’t used to like to run slow. You begin to recalibrate your needs and wants and if-only you could jog an easy two miles, three times per week. Running is a gift.

Something in the Air

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photoA hundred years before the first Hawaiian Ironman in 1978, the geographical frontiers had been discovered. So we turn to triathlon to fulfill our genetic drive to test and conquer.

I Brake for Speed: A Primer on Reflection

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photoAnd you thought triathlon was just a sport that requires swimming, cycling, and running.

36 Years in Triathlon

author : Scott Tinley
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photoIt started like this: In the third week of August 1976, three things happened that altered my life forever. And they all took place within a mile of where we sit tonight.

In Sickness and in Stealth

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photoIt's a lot easier to be really fit and fast than really healthy and happy.

Only Good Days: Redefining Success

author : Scott Tinley
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photoTo succeed in a multisport event is to sign the entry form and show up to the start. If you put but a toe in the water consider that a bonus. This sport is hard.

A Timeless Resolution

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photoRediscover your sport on your time. Don't just make it through another year. Make it through another life.

A Good Story

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photoA good sport story gets better with time. Sometimes, it’s because the story has a new teller, a new listener or a new twist; a purposeful tweak that makes a little tale something of legend.

The Body in Sport - Part 3

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photoPart Three: What's Reality Got to Do with Anything Old?

The Body in Sport - Part 2

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photoPart Two: On Appreciation and Acceptance. At some point your body will let you down. Then you have to decide whether it is really the enemy.

The Body in Sport - Part 1

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photoPart One: On Speed, Desire and Age. There are some advantages to running slowly. Now, give me a minute here and I'll try to think of one.

Watching Ourselves Do the Things We Do

author : Scott Tinley
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photo"Fandom" in triathlon compared to other sports. If you're a sports fan and simply love to follow sport, why pick a sport that may offer a view of the start, the finish and a few moments in between?

Soul Brothers - Is Triathlon a Religion?

author : Scott Tinley
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photoSport and religion both celebrate group values and offer excitement. Sport and religion are grounded in disciplined practice, a devotion to a cause, and a belief in the unseen. And both require faith.

The Dream vs. The Reality

author : Scott Tinley
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photoBalancing the triathlete you are with your vision for the triathlete you could be.
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