The Church of Blog


I was going back through some of my old posts and came across The Church of Blog. As I read it I noticed a few things I would say differently now. What you will read below is an updated version of an older post I think is relevant for the day. As bloggers we have some of the same people reading our blogs every day. So, as a blogger, if I were to have 2500 people visiting my blog everyday and let’s say that 70% of those people are the same people everyday...that would be roughly 1750 people. When you put that in terms of a church (if you are the church going type), 1750 people coming to your blog and reading what you have to say everyday is very impressive. For any one church service to … [Read more...]

50 Ways To Identify Triathlon Obsession


I was given 50 Ways To Identify Triathlon Obsession a while back and thought a few of you would really get a kick out it. I can't tell you how true all 50 of these really are! 50. You are over 30 and there is still someone in your life that you refer to as “coach”. 49. Your last bike cost more than your first car. 48. You have peed outdoors more times in the last year than you did in your first year of university. 47. You think of mowing the lawn as a form of cross-training. 46. You’ve worn a heart-rate monitor to bed. 45. And it wasn’t when you were sleeping. 44. You refer to the front hall of your house as the “transition area”. 43. When you get home from a training session at … [Read more...]

Food As Fuel


Here’s a subject that has a wide variety of opinions. Mine of course, is just opinion. I know that I don’t always eat the best, but about 90% of the time I eat great. I’ve read a lot on the subject and have come to this conclusion. If you are looking to get into better shape whether it’s for something athletic like running or triathlons or if you are just wanting to loose some pounds to look better, the simple fact is’s a neat little formula that has worked for centuries on end! Ready? EAT LESS...MOVE MORE. We live in a society, especially in the US, where more is more...not less is more. Big portions, big drinks, big everything. We have become so accustomed … [Read more...]