I haven’t written much about my training for Ironman Coeur d’Alene here, in part because it went pretty much without incident. The whole experience was just . . . well, it was what it was. I did it, I thought it was a silly amount of training, I felt crummy for being too tired to do housework or think of a menu beyond pizza, I had a few really satisfying long rides and a number of fun races along the way—Valle Crucis, White Lake, and others—but in general it just was. I think the daily meditation practice I undertook throughout was much more powerful than I realized. Or, on the other hand, I may be in complete denial about what I’ve committed to (maybe that’s why I haven’t packed a stitch, even though the taxi is coming in 14 hours). I’ll have all day Sunday to ponder the enormity or triviality of the undertaking.
with Christine Veit and Sage Rountree SIX WEDNESDAYS, JUNE 23–JULY 28, 6:30–7:45 P.M., AT CARRBORO YOGA COMPANY Root yourself in […]
When you focus on stretching your hamstrings—something I hope you do, if they are tight—be sure to think globally. The […]