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Hitting the Wall Hard!

I could feel myself starting to bonk. I tried to drink more water to trick my body into thinking I was giving it fuel, but it wasn’t really working.

Working on Your Weaknesses

We quickly picked up speed and I quickly moved my hands to squeeze my brakes and slow myself down. It was 2009 and I was definitely still a novice cyclist, deathly afraid of going downhill swiftly.

Switching Gears – Back to Triathlon

This was far from being my first triathlon, but it had been a little bit over a year since my last race and I definitely felt the pre-race butterflies swarming in my stomach.

Mind over Matter – Leaping Over Mental Hurdles

When racing and training for endurance sports such as running, cycling, triathlon, etc., you need to put in the time to train your body physically to achieve your goals. However, sometimes we forget that there is also a huge mental aspect to these sports.