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!!! I'm A Winner !!! by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon This just in from the new Zen and the Art of Triathlon podcast: Brett, the Triscoop Zenmaster has picked lil' ol' me to receive free lactate and VO2 max testing from Triv ... Read on »
!!PARENTAL DISCRETION IS ADVISED!! by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon This post deserves a parental warning, not least because of the new video at right, which comes off my marathon playlist. Even though I am running the Walt Disney World Mar ... Read on »
"Are You A Triathlete?" by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon I went to my third masters swim workout this morning, and there was a new coach to whom I had to introduce myself. She was a tough old grandma who obviously swims like a ... Read on »
"Individual" Sport? by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon In it's original form, triathlon was supposed to be an individual time trial in three sports. There are even penalties for drafting or receiving "outside assistance" during ... Read on »
"Lights Please" by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon "And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glo ... Read on »
"Say Hello To My Little Friend" by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Nytro is a pain in the neck. I know some of you might have chosen a different part of the anatomy, but my neck hurts and I blame Nytro. Why blame Nytro, a rapidl ... Read on »
"That Guy" by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Nobody wants to be "that guy." You know the guy I mean. I'm not talking about the friendly, helpful guy who encourages the newbie. I'm talking about that guy in the transit ... Read on »
"That Guy" Part Deux by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon "Guys! guys, guys, guys, GUYS!!!! STOP THE TREADMILLS!! "It's 71 degress outside, mostly sunny, low humidity and a nice fresh breeze. There are poor, frozen triathlet ... Read on »
***NEWS FLASH*** by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon WE INTERRUPT THIS RACE REPORT TO GIVE YOU THIS SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Dateline: Houston, Texas. June 28, 2007. International Triathlete of Mystery, Trigreyhound, t ... Read on »
. . . a few of my favorite things . . . by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon . . . the unbroken serenity before the morning training session-- actually tasting my coffee, listening to the sound of my breathing, and becoming part of the morning. . ... Read on »
. . . And Sometimes It Rains by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Just like "Crash" Davis said, "Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, and sometimes it rains." No kidding. The monumental first tri that was to occur today was a total ... Read on »
. . . Before The Dawn by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon A pre-dawn trainer ride usually has a very high suck factor, especially if you're depressed. Unless there is an HBO documentary on the tube about this event: ... Read on »
. . . get back to reality . . . by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Accuweather says suffering is in order on Sunday, June 25 in Lubbock, Texas. High Temperature: 92° F Winds: NE at 17 mph Wind Gusts: 35 mph Maximum UV ... Read on »
10 Risks Of Swim Training At L.A. FATness by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Long time readers will know that I used to swim in the beautiful, outdoor, saline pool at the Woodlands Athletic Center. I joined as part of the masters group, but I als ... Read on »
100 Days by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon OK, we have entered the "100 days" period. No, not HIS 100 days. This blog is all about me. It is 100 days until the 25th running -- or riding -- of the MS150 from ... Read on »
120db of Cyclist Rights Luciousness by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon I can't wait until Thursday, because the Wells Fargo Wagon (or FedEx or UPS) is gonna bring me sumpin' special. I was reading the comments on a cycling blog where someone h ... Read on »
1s, 3s, 7s and Rest by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon I made the Masters coach smile this morning He is a somewhat crumudeonly old guy who was present at the creation--that is the creation of the planet and the creation of ... Read on »
3:40-ish by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Finishing time of 3:49:21. Not what I was hoping for, but still a PR, beyotch. And I qualified for Boston* *if I were a chick my age or a 60 year old man. Read on »
41 Year-Old Virgin by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Do not be deceived, gentle reader. The Greyhound is not the Alan Alda-esque, sentimental softy that you might think. He is a cynic--a cold-blooded, dispassionate, jaded cy ... Read on »