We’ve all experienced the feeling after a long eight-hour (read 10-hour) workday when all we want to do is go home, eat, get into bed and turn Netflix on -even though you totally planned to hit the gym after work- On today’s post I’ll share with you 7 easy tips to workout- after work. You can now officially cross your excuses off your list.
So I reached my goal for this season; I finished my second Ironman 70.3 (1.2-mile (1.9 km) swim, a 56-mile (90 km) bike ride, and a 13.1-mile (21.1 km) run) It was a really tough course, but so much fun. I can’t wait to sign up for my next Ironman 70.3.
When people ask me about my Ironman, the most common question I hear is “What now? this is it, right?” Let me tell so something, Triathlon is a mental sport and we’re all insane, so no, this is NOT it.
For most of us, our racing season has ended, so we need to take a significant break from training to recharge our bodies for next year. Do nothing if you want to -not recommended- but most of us who have been enticed into this wonderful lifestyle want to remain active. So here three offseason tips for triathletes. Continue reading “Three Off-Season tips for triathletes.”
This is how you make the best decisions.
My family and I decided to take a trip to Mcallen, Texas on 2013. We needed to buy some sports clothes… well it’s not like we needed to, they’re just never enough. So on our way back home, picture the mood: good music, telling past adventures, family, pure happiness. My brother all of the sudden said “We should do a half Ironman” you must know that my family isn’t characterized for being a normal one -as I said before I’ve been having this lifestyle since I was 5 – We all screamed YES WE SHOULD!! my brother took out his smartphone and began to search for the best option to do our first 70.3 Ironman.