Attitude….

Attitude is and always will be a choice. It seems almost cliche to say that and it’s slightly overused but it is the truth. The trouble is sometimes we become so wrapped up in the thoughts in our heads and the ideas around how a situation should be or shouldn’t be that our attitude about […]

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It’s ok to be disappointed

It’s ok to be disappointed if you have a race that did not meet certain expectations or go as planned. It’s ok because it means you care and caring is a good thing. However, disappointment that has a long lifespan eventually just becomes a state of feeling sorry for yourself and that’s lame. What disappointment […]

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Never judge a moment

Long racing means many individual moments. Never judge them. Observing them is ok- it keeps positive and negative out of the equation and allows you to see the situation for what it is and adjust accordingly or if necessary. The problem with judging a moment is that it can send you on an upward or […]

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The Rules

I am asked frequently about the rules surrounding bathroom etiquette during a triathlon. It’s an important question to consider both from a performance standpoint a moral standpoint and of course cool factor. It’s hard to know what to do in various situations so here is a list of rules by which you can govern your […]

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The big let down

If you think you are letting people down after you have a race that doesn’t meet your expectations you are probably wrong. We have a tendency to project outwards what we are feeling internally about ourselves. Usually the only person that feels let down is yourself. If someone does feel let down by how you […]

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