Lo Batt

I was pleasantly surprised to receive and email that Chasing Fifty had blogged again. Check his blog out. He always finds a way to add inspiration!

Chasing Fifty

Sunday morning I rolled out of bed after a mediocre night’s sleep and suited up for my weekly long run. I finished one cup of coffee (pre-run fuel), filled a water bottle, and headed out the door.  I pushed the power button on my Garmin 910 to start the sarellite sync and got an immediate “Lo Batt”  message, followed shortly by a blank screen.  No juice.  A good analogy for life in recent months.

When I was training for a triathlon in 2012, blogging about the experience was as much a part of my routine as running,cycling, and swimming.  Well, maybe not that much, but it was a daily activity that helped keep me focused.  It forced me to think objectively about how I was training.

After I finished my triathlon, I continued to train at a pretty intense level for an age grouper.  I also started working on my…

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My Most Meaningful Finisher’s Medal

Receiving a finisher's medal has become very common lately. I have them from marathons, half iron distance triathlons, and even 5 mile races and sprint triathlons. On a wall in my guest room I have a row of teacup hooks cluttered with finisher's medals. This past weekend I received another finisher's medal and it is... Continue Reading →

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