Any busy moms out there❓Any busy people out there❓ Any athletes out there❓ Our latest Athlete of the Week is fired up and ready to change lives. One of her fave products is one of mine, too #EShots ❗
Meet my Canadian teammate, Karen 🇨🇦. She is such and extraordinary athlete and mum, competing at the highest of levels in her event right now. 👏🏼 Join me in celebrating her this week as she is fresh off a top 3 finish in her latest event. 🏊 🚲 🏃 Keep reading for some massive inspiration! "I grew up in Australia playing in many sports, sports have been a big part of my life, life took over for a while but I found myself looking for something to do for me. I did my very first triathlon about 7 years ago and fell in love.
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Petit trail dans le massif de l'Esterel 🏞️ avec Yan
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Last run in the UK before I head back home to Texas tomorrow. It’s been a great trip overall for my daughter and I, and I’m super happy I managed to finish it off with my second sub hour 10k of the trip (and third post transition, so yeah, that’s pretty cool). 59:47 today, but given a few more hills than I anticipated and a balmy London day at 76f I’ll take it! I’m very lucky to have a brother who will come out to pace me at “such a slow pace” (for him 😂)
I can feel a little of the speed from years ago coming back, and now I just have to really work on pushing to keep that going. There were *so many* moments I just wanted to stop today but I kept digging deeper, and using all of y’all amazing friends and athletes as my motivation to keep it going just a little further. At mile 1 (9:50 - 10 seconds off pace to go sub an hour) it already felt out of reach but I pulled thoughts of everyone I know, everyone I follow, and every single hard step y’all take to keep me pushing harder and I made it! I love you all! #trainingfortrot#iracelikeagirl#teamtrot#teamgrinch#triathlete#swimbikerun#runlondon#runner#run#running#girlswhorun#transathlete#transgirl#girlslikeus
7 mile treadmill run at the gym this morning followed by my usual 3 mile quick ride to work. Definitely a hot one out there today. Days like today make me glad most of my workouts are confined to the semi-cool gym in the early morning. STAY COOL PHILLY!!!🔥☀️😎
Been wearing my older @newtonrunning Distance 7s the past few days. Love that these are almost zero drop (2mm) and super lightweight. These bad boys probably have 300 miles on them (maybe?) and, except for a little cosmetic damage, are still holding up. #newtonrunning#triathlontraining#triathlete#fibroathlete#alwaystraining#dothework#running#swimbikeruntrain
Today’s quote for meditation: Quality is never an accident. It is always the result of intelligent effort. ~John Ruskin
Every time I pull my yoga mat out, Marvin joins in! After last nights full moon I decided to let go of what wasn’t working for me and start today fresh with gratitude and sunshine. Feeding the mind is just as important to feeding the body. Especially when you’ve got shit to do! Let’s do this!
|| IRONMAN ZURICH J-4
Les 8 mois d’entraînement qui arrivent à échéance... La dernière ligne droite, seulement 4 petits jours.
Aujourd’hui d’ailleurs, c’est le grand départ.
La valise et le vélo ont été préparés hier soir. Il ne reste plus qu’à tout mettre dans la voiture et partir 🔜 Zurich 🚘.
Ça fait bizarre de regarder la météo, et de voir qu’il y a déjà la date du 21 juillet ☀️🌤🌦🌧.
En tout cas, j’ai adoré m’investir autant pour la préparation de cette course. J’ai suivi tous les entraînements, avec des hauts et des bas. Mais @sportevent.coaching à toujours été là pour me rassurer.
Parfois j’ai eu mal, parfois j’ai été frustrée de me pas faire plus. Mais finalement mon corps a été habitué à travailler fatigué, mais a aussi eu le temps de se reposer et se reconstruire.
Le temps est passé tellement vite. Mais aujourd’hui je me sens prête. Prête à affronter ces distances de dingues. À vivre cette expérience unique 😍.
IRONMAN HERE I COME.
After 8 months of training, 4 days are left to D-day.
Today is the day of departure. Bike and suitcase are ready. Just have to put everything in the car and leave 🔜 ZURICH.
I loved getting involved in this race. Sometimes it was hard, sometimes I was asking for more.
But coach was always here to reassure.
Today I feel confident in my training. Confident in facing such distances. And live this unique experience.
IRONMAN HERE I COME !
. @garminfrance@ironmaneurope#IMzurich #run#running#triathlete#triathlon#ironman#ironmantraining#IMzurich#seuillards#swimbikerun#swim#bike#outdoors#training#womenfortri
I do not look like an athlete. In fact, I always told people I was allergic to exercise. So how did I end up being a triathlete? I was trying to find a way to walk again.
After over 30 years of searching for an answer - I finally had a diagnosis. I had a name – Ankylosing Spondylitis. But what good was a name if there was no cure? Ankylosing Spondylitis is a very serious and incurable form of arthritis that was slowly robbing me of the ability to walk. Four years ago, in desperation, I started walking in a hydrotherapy pool with the help of a physiotherapist. After a few months someone suggested I have a goal to work towards. So I told my husband I was going to do a Triathlon. He refused to discuss it with me. But I persevered, and he raced next to me at my first try-a-tri race for support.
Over the last few years I have not only thrown away my crutches. I have even found a way to run against all odds. My doctors didn’t think it was possible, but I am nothing if not stubborn.
I now race for the arthritis foundation. I have completed two 70.3 distance races, several sprint Triathlons and numerous half marathons. I will attempt my first full Ironman in March 2020. My husband again was not terribly impressed when I told him about this one, but he will come around. He usually does. He has now done four full Ironman races himself and wants a spot to Kona. But I now have a goal, a focus I am aiming for – the Taupo Ironman. That is my year; that is my day; that day I will call myself an Ironman. No, my husband isn’t happy about it, but he loves me enough to let me Tri.
I still have bad days. But one day I will have to retire my running shoes and accept a life in a wheelchair. Until that day I will do everything I can to spread awareness for this disease. Because anything is possible if you want it badly enough. ~ Kylie Frost
Thank you for sharing your story with us, Kylie! Keep Tri'ing! 🏊🚴🏃
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