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I’ve always been a morning person, but ever since I started working nights it’s been more and more difficult to stay awake once I get home. I am so used to waking up and getting the day started that Rebecca is often tasked with figuring out whether I mean it before I completely knock out for a few hours.

I didn’t do anything productive today so it was really nice to get some time in the gym before work.

Went hard on the bike today, followed by some quick sprints on the treadmill and lots of stretching. Headed home for a simple dinner of fish and rice and now I’m settling in for the remaining 9 hours of my shift..

See you all in the morning.

(Source: hughdanciy)

thedragonflywarrior:

I have the Germans to thank for so many perfect words.

thedragonflywarrior:

I have the Germans to thank for so many perfect words.

(Source: word-stuck)

allons-y-rebecca:

45 min tempo followed by my favorite fish tacos and ahi with tri-my-best. Life’s good.

Workout today was great. Food was better

allons-y-rebecca:

45 min tempo followed by my favorite fish tacos and ahi with tri-my-best. Life’s good.

Workout today was great. Food was better

To hell with circumstances; I create opportunities.

- Bruce Lee (via runningofsummits)

mylifeoftri:

I really need to start shifting the majority of my workouts to the morning hours. Something about a swim or run, especially in the morning, almost guarantees it’s going to be an excellent day. It almost never fails to shut the mind up and bring focus to whatever lays ahead.

Firm believer in this.

dontstoptriing:

swimmer-probs:

People who float up and down the pool during practice and then swim crazy fast at meets are honestly the most annoying people ever

I’m pretty sure I’m the triathlon equivalent.

Guilty of doing this at the pool today.

yahoosports:

Boston Marathon winner Meb Keflezighi had the names of last year’s victims on his bib.

yahoosports:

Boston Marathon winner Meb Keflezighi had the names of last year’s victims on his bib.

2014 Boston Marathon 

What an amazing spectacle! Seriously had me on the edge of my seat for the entire race. 

Congratulations to this year’s winners! 

Ernst Van Dyk:             1:20:36 RSA

Tatyana McFadden:     1:35:06 USA!!!

Rita Jeptoo:                 2:18:57 KEN

Meb Keflezighi:            2:08:37 USA!!!!!!

Glued to the Boston Marathon this morning