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
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
Jet lag is the reality of travel. Some of us are fortunate not to experience it. But most of us do. Here is my experience and how I cope with it. Read More
The fifth lesson I learn from Purplepatch Fitness. It is about learning to dare to go harder. 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
I have listed 10 strategies on how you can harness your mind in a four hour indoor sessions. Read More
Nailing the basics in triathlon is not as simple as it sounds. There are so many moving pieces when it comes to this sport’s lifestyle that it can become quickly overwhelming. Here I have listed how I focus on my basics. Read More
Here is a post derived from my experience in the sport of triathlon and the importance of not being a plan-a-holic. Mindset is crucial in this long distance event! Read More
A post about loosing control and things just not going according to your plan. Based on my experience, here is my take on it. Read More