"What a small world?!" How many times have you heard someone make this exclamation upon discovering they went to preschool with a friend of a friend's sister's cousin. This concept is also known as the six degrees of separation. The idea that everyone is six or fewer steps, or connections, away from one another. Reflecting … Continue reading Staying connected.
Tag: Toyota US Open Triathlon
Time to Recover
I had started a post after my last race in Dallas with the intention to deliver a full race report, but I never finished it, and probably would not be able to give a very exciting or accurate recall of race day. What I can tell you is that it was freezing! Air temp was … Continue reading Time to Recover
Winning isn’t everything…
Wait what?! Winning isn't everything? Says who? It's true though, winning really doesn't mean anything if you haven't enjoyed the adventure along the way. My coach Trista Francis, shared a quote with me yesterday that really hit home, and is absolutely perfect for the mindset that I am going into this race with. Just goes … Continue reading Winning isn’t everything…
“See Food” Diet
Here is Blog #4 for my English Class. When people find out my major is nutrition and I’m an athlete the first thing they say to me is: “oh, you must eat perfect”. Let me tell you “perfect” is for the step-ford wives. Honestly, I eat foods that make me feel good, body and mind … Continue reading “See Food” Diet
All about the bike…or is it?
This is post #3 for my English Class! I mean if I have to write them anyways it would be silly not to share them with all of you too! Okay so I know that triathlon still sounds like a foreign country to most of you. The vast quantity and kinds of bikes out there … Continue reading All about the bike…or is it?