Life is good.
It should be fun.
If you don't absolutely love this stuff, then try something else.
Some useless tidbits about me...
--Been into fun/play all my life.
--Compete/Play in XTERRA, road triathlons, mountain bike racing, loooong distance mountain bike races, bikepacking, mountain trekking, hiking, offroading, a little dirtbiking, lots of running,...
I live a very active lifestyle with Type 1 diabetes in Gunnison Colorado at 7750ft. I participate in many endurance activities such as the Leadville 100 mountain bike race and Grand Traverse Ski race from Crested Butte to Aspen. I play in the mountains skiing, biking, hiking among other activities. I also balance diabetes and playing with two small children and my wife!
I love to play outdoors! Rock climbing, telemark skiing, mountain biking, windsurfing, etc... I'm an Ironman finisher, but generally preferred Olympic Distance Triathlons. These days I'm mainly mountain biking, rock climbing, swing dancing.
Working and having many hobbies leaves little time for exercise, so I do a little here and there from home. I'm trying to find time to get back into mountain biking. In the past, I have raced prototype and production Specialized bikes. I just got a membership to Planet Granite, so i will try to go there once or twice a week. I also like longboarding (skateboarding) and racing cars.
Namrita O'Dea is co-owner of 55nine Performance based in Atlanta, GA. She helps triathletes, runners, cyclists and other athletes reach their nutrition and performance goals. She has a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan (1998) and is currently finishing up her Masters degree in Sports Nutrition at Georgia State University where she was recently named...
Hi, I'm an employee at Stanford, working in ITS. I'm pretty active with physical activites. I run three days a week, mountain bike 3-4 times a month and race motocross twice a month.
I need to do better with my diet and start a better workout routine that would include upper body strength training.
My first triathlon ever was in 1985 at Contra Loma Reservoir in Antioch. I was next to last out of the swim, ran out of breath just running to my bike, but somehow finished, and decided that I liked this new sport. Since then I have competed in in 78 triathlons including 5 IRONMAN triathlons and 14 half Ironman triathlons, 11 duathlons, 15 marathons, 5 century rides, 12 Death Rides and 12...
I am a Professional Mountain Bike Racer traveling the US full-time with my single-speeding husband Todd. We are both Electrical Engineers (although I quit my job with Motorola to pursue racing). For the last three years we have enjoyed living on the road, meeting new friends, holding clinics, riding new trails and racing.
email: Krista ParkMTB@yahoo.com