One Year On My Little Fuji

One year ago today I rode my Fuji Newest 1.o for the first time. I had not ridden a bike since middle school and never a road bike. It was a different feeling to be on a road bike, lighter and more connected to the ride. When I first started riding on my Fuji, the…

Pacific Grove Triathlon Training Plan: July 2013

Well this training plan is getting a bit beat up. With a newborn who doesn’t sleep more than four or five hours and trying to get multiple workouts in each morning I have been getting a bit run down. I’ve skipped a handful of workouts and adjusted more and my knee has been hurting. Additionally,…

Leadership and Fraternity: The Impact of Phi Kappa Tau

This past May, two days before my daughter was born, I was asked to give my first keynote. The event was the Greek Gala and was celebrating the leadership in the Fraternity and Sorority community. The topic was what leadership means to the Fraternity and Sorority system but was really about why I joined and…

Pacific Grove Triathlon Training Plan: June 2013

Well here we go again! I’ve written a training plan for my next attempt at a Olympic distance triathlon. This will be my make-up triathlon after the Wildflower, the Triathlon at Pacific Grove. While 2 weeks of the plan have already passed and the next 14 are laid out, this is a plan with an…

(Guest Post) Wildflower Triathlon Race Recap

While I was unable to compete in the Wildflower this year (You can see why at this post Triathlons and Babies), my race partner, Joe Wilensky, was able to finish and has written a race recap for you all to read: Race report for Wildflower: I was planning on doing this race with a co-worker…

Wildflower Triathlon 2013: Training Recap

While I was unable to actually run the Wildflower 2013 Olympic Distance Triathlon this year (You can see why in this post: Triathlons and Babies) I did train for 20 weeks and I was sure that I was ready for the race because of my training plan. Since I was very much out of shape the…