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Jodi T. Medical Student

San Francisco, California
I am a 29 year old student at Case School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio (combined MD and PhD). I am originally from just outside Milwaukee, Wisconsin and received my undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I'm finishing up my MD this year and headed to residency in... Full Bio
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IMWI race report by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon I did my first IM in 2007. It was my second year in the sport. Had an abundance of time and a coach. Then I started residency 2.5 years ago and got lazy. Working 80 hours pe ... Read on »
Best Darn Century That Starts At My Doorstep by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon -I may have worn a camelback and consumed the entire thing including my 2 water bottles before we were able to stop -It may just have required a mile on the interstate ... Read on »
Interview at Tri for Time by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Joseph who runs a blog named Tri for Time wanted a couple words on Ironman training in residency. The interview is here Although one of my time management strategies ... Read on »
First Race Report in 2 years! by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon I thought maybe a race deserved a post here for once. Scheduled this race a couple months ago when I know I had the week of for vacation. Scheduling racing is NOT easy in re ... Read on »
Oh, boy.... Here we go ... by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Oh, boy.... Here we go again Read on »
Camp wrap up by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Back from camp today and I am exhausted! It was a great week with Lanny, Anita, Kathy and Jim. Lots of great workouts (220 miles of hard riding), great wine, great time with ... Read on »
I'm in no shape for this... by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon I'm in Florida for my third annual training camp with my buddy Lanny (and his wonderful wife Kathy). I remember fondly the days when I could come here and hang with the ride ... Read on »
Life is good... by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Just sitting here doing laundry and drinking wine at midnight on a Monday night. You learn really fast when doing an emergency medicine residency that weekends don't exist. ... Read on »
Climbing out of a funk by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon I haven't posted here in about 6 months and still am not sure if I'll come back to it. But things are definitely looking up. I started intern year with about a 7 month stret ... Read on »
Finally room to breath by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon After working 3 straight months of 80 hour weeks I am finally back home in the emergency department. We work 4-10 hour shifts (8am-6pm twice followed by 6pm-4am twice) and the ... Read on »
Still working... by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Just hopped off the trainer for a short spin on the Trek. Life has been more than hectic. I grossly underestimated how hard it would really be to work 80 hours per week and tr ... Read on »
My Day off by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon What I love about Denver: Being in the mountains in 1 hour Mountain fed lakes Climbing to the top of a mountain And relaxing for a bit ... Read on »
Up! by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Every week I have had the same Friday plan. Get home from work at 7am, take a nap and then get things done! Well, every week the nap gets a little longer. So yesterday the nap ... Read on »
All work, some play! by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon My life is absolute crazy town right now! My muscles are getting flabby but my brain is getting a little less atrophied than it was 6 months ago. I got on the trainer today an ... Read on »
Welcome to internship by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon I started internship with one of the most demanding and scary rotations of the year. I get there at 5pm Monday thru Thursday and have 6 people hand me lists of patients that w ... Read on »
Life as I know it is about to end by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon I made it to Denver this week. My roommates are amazing as are all the people in my residency program. Just the most laid back, helpful, and fun group of people I could imagin ... Read on »
What TIME is it??? by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon I am in a jet-lagged stupor at the moment! Vacation was absolutely fantastic. 9 days of complete and total relaxation. This is the first time I have taken 2 weeks off training ... Read on »
Short greeting from the Maldives! by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Recovering from the Triple T is best achieved by a surprise vacation to a tropical island and doing the following - scuba diving with sharks, eagle rays, sea turtles, mau ... Read on »
American Triple T Race 4: The Death March by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon I finished!!!! Going into this race I honestly thought my chances of finishing were about 30%. I had been slowly and steadily rehabbing my knee from the injury I sustaine ... Read on »
American Triple T Race 3! by Jodi T. Medical Student Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Race three in the series is the first team race for those doing it with a partner (I did it solo this year). They do a time trial bike start with partners going together. The ... Read on »