UPDATE: The full 1 year Ironman training plan that I followed is now available! A few weeks ago I wrote a post about some setbacks and injuries during my Ironman training. Today, I’m happy to report we’re making progress. I haven’t broken any land speed records or set any PR’s in the last two weeks, […]
Every single person reading this (presumably) has heard someone in their life say “give it 110%!” Somehow ignorantly insinuating that doing so, will yield 10% (or more?) results than if you gave it everything you had. There is, however, a fundamental problem with “giving 110%”. No, this post won’t be filled with quotes like “don’t […]
UPDATE: The full 1 year Ironman training plan that I followed is now available! I was hoping today’s post would be a triumphant one. Relishing on a recently completed 7 or 8 mile run, basking in how seamless the transition from CrossFit athlete to Ironman triathlete has been. But alas, this is a different type […]
NOW AVAILABLE: The full 1 year Ironman training plan that I followed! As well as the routine I used every day to prevent running injuries! I’ve made a lot of silly decisions at various different parts of my life. This one though, might just take the cake. I’ve decided committed to completing a full Ironman that […]
Throughout my working career, I’ve always considered a mental health break from work to be “the weekend”. Work really hard for 5 days, rest, relax and recharge for 2. Rinse and repeat. Even when considering typical vacations (weekends at the beach, a week abroad, etc.), I tended to view those as more “opportunities for new […]
If made any other way, cooking salmon without smelling up the house can be nearly impossible. It’s always either overcooked, raw, the house smells like fish for 3 days, nothing ever seems to go right. The craziest part? You watch the food network and people talk about how their perfectly cooked crispy salmon is the […]
Breakfast is one of those things than can get boring, quickly. Scrambled eggs and bacon, omelet, toast, bagel, blah blah. Why not do something different (and healthy!)? Baked eggs are definitely not amongst the normal breakfast options, and yes, it takes a little bit longer than throwing together “the usual”, but it’s still simple, and […]
This recipe actually came to be when we were trying to think of some healthy alternatives to chicken parm. We wanted the same hearty type of meal, but without the breading and pasta that went along with the traditional recipe. Obviously, it’s morphed a little bit from there, but the result is all the same.