Hello Anxious Friends! As the lazy days of summer are upon us, I'm finding my days are not so lazy and a bit overpacked with work and life and all the things. So a quick programming note to all of you- I will be reducing the frequency of posts from one a week to every … Continue reading A Quick Update
Check Your Ego
A couple months ago I had the pleasure of meeting Julie Moss, the most famous finisher of Ironman Kona, when I attended my first ever “Betty Camp” with the 2017 Betty Designs team. We have Julie to thank for putting triathlon on the media map when, in 1982, she signed up for Ironman Kona as … Continue reading Check Your Ego
Rock n Roll Half Race Recap
I had a blast running the Rock n Roll Nashville Half Marathon last weekend! Well, I had a blast for the first 7 miles. After that I got walloped by the heat and humidity and spent all of post-race in bed fighting off a massive throbbing headache from heat exhaustion. Let’s back up. I knew … Continue reading Rock n Roll Half Race Recap
Changes are a’comin
I've been sharing my adventures and misadventures on The Anxious Triathlete for almost two years now. And I've been thrilled to see the readership grow, the questions roll in, and the feedback from women who have been helped by my willingness to "tri" it first. I love sharing this sport and the mental and physical benefits … Continue reading Changes are a’comin
Hey anxioustriathlete, where you been?
I have great hopes for this blog. I want it to be a place where people come to get all of their most embarrassing triathlon training questions answered without having to ask, where people are inspired to compete in their first triathlon or increase their race distance. I want to bring more fun to the … Continue reading Hey anxioustriathlete, where you been?