There often is a debate between what is better. Riding according to numbers or riding according to feel. Here I wrote about an experience I had that is exactly about this topic.
I thought that I am a person that needs numbers, but I found out the hard way that I am not. Read More
This is a race report but it also about facing adversity and addresses one of the factors females have to deal with in sports. Our Periods. Read More
A post about my thoughts about pregnancy and triathlon and making it work while getting older. I draw inspiration from three top female triathletes. Take a look! Perhaps you also struggle with figuring out where to make room in life for life? Read More
Understanding your true personality traits and preferences can help you figure out your weaknesses and quirks you are less content with. Here is how I approach the subject. In this post you will find links to Jeff Goins, Getting Things Done, and Myers Briggs personality test. Read More
Insight into what it takes to do the daily grind of training and the importance of making the right choice. If you are struggling with committing to training each day, here is how I approach this topic. Read More
A short post about why we all need passion, now. A useful post about finding sustainable motivation. Read More
A motivational poem about taking today on and making the best of it! Read this, keep it handy for your morning sessions! Read More
The fifth lesson I learn from Purplepatch Fitness. It is about learning to dare to go harder. Read More
Highlighting some of the mental/emotional challenges in triathlon and what I do about them. Read this for motivation tips! Read More
Being a writer and triathlete also has challenges. Writing requires sitting and triathletes don't like to sit.
Here is a post about the dangers of sitting for too long. Take a look at the information I gathered and the stretching suggestions I have found. But before you read it, get up and walk around :-) Read More