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Whole-Forever

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Saturday morning we were standing in Tim Horton’s ordering coffee before swim camp. My husband turned to me and said…. your skin looks amazing. I turned to see if anyone was standing to my right. Was he speaking to me? Monday while I was training with my trainer Steve he said to me: You look leaner, more defined muscular and a lot healthier then you did through Ironman training, and...

Whole30 day 6 (round II)

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Whew. What a week! I fell off the pictures of my food bandwagon. But I haven’t fallen off the Whole30 wagon which is the important part. Not only have I been able to do this while traveling….. I am proud that I have been able to maintain it through one heck-of-a-crazy week. While I lack the epiphany of feeling amazing for the first time that I experienced with my first round…. I...

Whole30 Day 3&4 (Round 2)

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Whole30 has been such a good experience for me on many different levels. It’s brought together a lot of nutrition experiences I have had over the past several years. For me it’s put together … like puzzle pieces that you aren’t sure how to put together…. now I know how I  put these nutrition pieces together. I grew up Bulimic and slowly through my adulthood I have...

Whole30 day 3 (round II)

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I am no stranger to long days, but 8-5 in a conference room is tough for anyone! I have no pictures and not much time so let’s get to the point. Day three went fine. No issues. Breakfast (4am) Sweet potato, eggs, avocado, kiwi … then I head to the gym. This breakfast takes less than 10 min to make and keeps me fueled. Am workout: weights and swim. Post workout (7:30am) banana. And...

Mary Eggers

Mary Eggers. Mom and wife. 20 Years Racing Triathlon, 9 time Ironman finisher, 3 time Kona qualifier. Co-founder of Valor Triathlon Project. USAT Triathlon Coach and guiding RN students in academia. Cancer crusader. Rocking the mic at Score This! events! Currently based out of Rochester, NY.

Mary currently coaches athletes of all levels, abilities and experience from beginner to professional. Please see the "coaching" page or email valortri@gmail.com for more information!

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