This devours all things. Leaves you grasping and reaching for more but with a futility and inability to find extra. It wears away the strongest of strong and yet can great us the greatest gifts and chances to be with each other. Recalling a great riddle from The Hobbit and changing it slightly, "this" is TIME. We are all searching for it. Time to hang out and relax. Time to enjoy our families. Time to play with kids, see friends, enjoy the outdoors all while managing our dail
In high school, if we wanted to announce our soccer team's wins, we also had to announce the losses. This was such an important lesson in humility and recognition and it still sticks with me today. In that vein, it's time for me to talk about IM Louisville. The good - I felt great going back into this race. It was only five weeks removed from Wisconsin, but I actually felt stronger as I approached race day for IMLOU than I had just five short weeks before at IMWI. Better yet,
IM Wisconsin This was supposed to be the race. The one where all the work came together and I could glide through the swim, move through the ride, and punish the rest on the run. I felt strong, comfortable and confident. Running was border-line effortless, swim had become very comfortable, and the bike was strong. Saturday came and I went out for a short ride and run. Power was there on the bike and the run was ridiculous. Two miles at 6.30 pace without breaking a sweat. Yes!