I feel like a kid waiting for Christmas. But I am not sure which day Christmas is on… because every day feels so jam packed with really good stuff. Really good stuff.
Here are a few things I have going on and coming up:
Contribution to Ironman article!
- Thanks to Lisa Dolbear for allowing me the opportunity to contribute to this article: Ironman 101: Key Workouts for the Ironman Newbie.
Yoga for Athletes at Towpath Bike Shop:
- We began last Wednesday but there is still time, and two more spaces in our session. For $10 I will walk you through my Yoga For Athletes sequence, and teach you many of the tips and tricks that I have been able to develop through the years in my own practice and working with sports teams like the Rochester Rhinos. Call 381- 2808 for details.
My BOOK! Yoga for Athletes!
- Yeah! I am publishing a BOOK! I originally set the release date for June 1st but pushed it back so I could tweak a few details. I am planning on an Aug or Sept release date.
The new iBike Powermeter!
- Big thanks to Les Eisenberg of Tryon Bikes for hooking me up with a demo unit of the new iBike Powermeter. This is a powermeter that will retail for $500. I am testing it out and comparing it with my Quarq. Monday or Tuesday I will detail the details and give you the nitty gritty lowdown on how this thing works. It’s got some really interesting features that some pricier units don’t have, and it’s got its drawbacks as well.
- I will be in Syracuse this weekend coaching my two QT2 Systems Athletes Jennie Hansen and Katie Myzska, !
- I will also be supporting our big QT2 Systems Team…. watch for a big presence in baby blue!!!!! I will be available to answer any race questions, questions about our coaching programs, or if you’d like to say hi! Look for me in the PINK QT2 shirt, Quintanna Roo hat and Fuel Belt backpack! (love to plug our sponsors!)
QT2 Lake Placid Camp
- I am really excited to be heading to Lake Placid next week to coach our 30+ age groupers in our second annual camp!
This is the part of the summer where things get really exciting. While I won’t spend a Saturday night in my own bed until Mid September (due to travel) I am blessed beyond belief that I get to be so involved with this sport. I wear the hats of athlete, coach, writer, race announcer, etc. It’s not as busy as it looks….. I do everything in pieces. The best part is: everything I get to do is what I love to do.