Invisible Illness [Health Update]

Uncategorized / Update

Invisible Illness Life is busy! If, on top of everything else we had to do, we had to consciously control our: heart rate, digestion of food, and every breath we took; it would be impossible! Subconsciously we control these essential tasks of living, allowing us to take them completely... Read More ››

Ironman Taiwan [Race Report]

Ironman / Nutrition / Race Reports

Jai Ho: Ironman Taiwan “If you set goals and go after them with all the determination you can muster, your gifts will take you places that will amaze you.” -Les Brown Ironman Taiwan was located on several small islands, which together are known as Pescadores. However, most of the... Read More ››

From Darkness into Light [2016 Update]

Uncategorized / Update

Life is full of uncertainty and unpredictability! Each moment we continue to take breaths, is a grace from God.  This all becomes really clear when you are knocked off your feet and forced to take a break from the one thing you call your identity. What you dream about... Read More ››

Stages [Sponsorship Announcement]

Road Biking / Sponsor Announcement

When you are training for a specific goal, event, or just to be healthier it is important to track various metrics to ensure you are improving. Many endurance triathletes are switching from just solely monitoring Heart Rate to also including Power for the bike portion of there training and... Read More ››

Turley’s Kitchen [Sponsor Announcement]

Sponsor Announcement

The Turley’s Scramble was my pre-race dinner before Ironman Boulder AND my celebratory dinner after Ironman Boulder! We all know that for an athlete to truly excel in their sport it is critical that they have the following basic pillars; a great training plan, amply amounts of recovery, a... Read More ››

Ironman Canada [Race Report]

Ironman / Race Reports

Never Lose Faith! The swim was located in Alta Lake, which is an absolutely gorgeous mountain lake, with the backdrop of several peaks in the distance. The professional women’s race started 5 minutes behind the professional men and 5 minutes before the mass start of the age groupers. It... Read More ››

Ironman Texas Withdraw

Ironman / Uncategorized

With great anguish, I withdrew my name from the start list of Ironman Texas this morning. Over the weekend, I came down with a severe cold and tried several remedies but after a doctor’s visit it became very clear that I would not be performing to the best of... Read More ››

New Kit for 2015: Lion

Race Kit / Uncategorized

I am super excited about my kit this year. With the help of Seth Medina, an extremely talented graphic designer, I was able to create my kits image exactly how I envisioned. If you have an idea of how you want your kit to look but you are not... Read More ››

New Orleans 70.3 [Race Report]

Ironman 70.3 / Race Reports

I went to New Orleans 70.3 with redemption on the brain. After last year’s devastating episode with Heat Stroke at mile 11, I was on a mission to overcome this race. The swim was significantly short so my blistering time (for myself) of 23:53 put me at a mere... Read More ››

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