Monthly Archives: December 2012

  1. Indoor Trainers – Computrainer vs. Tacx


    December 28, 2012 by IowaTriBob

    Ride Metrics

    With my first off season officially started I’ve tried to stay outside on the bike and run as long as …
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  2. A Present of Progress


    December 27, 2012 by IowaTriBob

    Progress Present

    I realized today that it has been almost 3 weeks since my last update.  Like many, life around the holidays …
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  3. Trip Highlight – Swimming at Stanford


    December 9, 2012 by IowaTriBob

    AAC Poolside

    This week I traveled to Palo Alto, California, and had the opportunity to extend my trip by an extra day, …
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  4. A Day of Firsts


    December 7, 2012 by IowaTriBob

    Ocean View

    Yesterday was a day of many firsts. It was my first brick workout, my first big self indulgence, and my first …
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  5. Schiller Chiller Trail Race Review


    December 3, 2012 by IowaTriBob

    The Muddy Monk

    This past Saturday was my first trail run and my first 10K event (although we’ll get to the 10k part …
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Single-tracked Mind

Early nights and compression tights; trails and ales.

First Time Triathlete

All the info you need to get to the start line, the rest is up to you.

The Running Thriver

If I can do it, so can you!


A ridiculous man's struggle to become an Iron Man in 12 months

Stewart Park Triathlon

Competitive Triathlon - My Journey


My take on cycling!


sus·ing (soo’zing) n. an occurrence of life filtered through Susie’s perspective, spiced with a dash of wit and self-deprecation, and presented for entertainment's sake

Forty and Loving Fit

Husband, Father, and IT Pro training for triathlons on a 5 hour weekly budget.

Fitness and Frozen Grapes

Sweating, eating, and living my life as a young college graduate

Flatlander Tri Coaching

The home of anything and everything related to triathlon

Consulting Expert in Fitness, Health, Krav Maga, Personal Training and Nutrition

My journey to become an Ironman

Most people run a race to see who is fastest. I run a race to see who has the most guts.

10k Ray

Blog about Running & Triathlon in Ireland

Mom Racing Madness

When motherhood, a full-time career, and endurance athletics collide!


Old triathletes never die, they just transition....

The Shut Down Runner

Adventures in running...faster

Fat Guy to Tri Guy

My journey from being grossly over weight to completing an IRONMAN

heidi jo green

At the End of the Day it is Entirely up to You Who You Want to BE...

Triability Coaching

Professional Coaching for Endurance Athletes


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