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“Will” and “Want” look similar when you brush past them, but when you line them up side-by-side, they are two very different forces. “I want to do a triathlon.” Vs. “I will do a triathlon.”
Flip-flops, Altoids and Other Things That Smell: Amusements From My First Tri
Do you see the bladder as half-full or half-empty? In this instance, it really doesn't matter how you look at it... you'd just better go.
What Will You Bring to the Race?
What do you bring to the starting line? What are you going to leave on the course? What will you take with you across the finish line?
The Seven Stages of Tri-ing
So someone convinced you to get off the couch and truck-it to the finish line. Now what? Here's a look at the process from admiring others to inspiring others.
Quadrathlon: The New Frontier
Triathletes want more! Instead of a double or triple Ironman, how about a fourth sport?
The Difference Between A Veteran and Me
Ever since I’ve started training for this triathlon, I’ve noticed some subtle differences between me and my friends who are actually VFT’s (Veterans of a Finished Triathlon).
Go Ahead...Tri and Balance
Because for everyone out there, crossing the finish line is more about life than the race itself.
Things I Pretend Before, During, and After a Swim
No one likes to look like a fool, but it’s hard not to when you don’t know what you’re doing as a beginner, so if it helps, go ahead and pretend.
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