My 2013 Ironman World Championship Experience

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  My 2013 Ironman World Championship Experience The door to the plane opened and I could not wait to get to the doorway to smell the Hawaiian air. I was told to stand there and look around, take a deep breath and take in the energy form the island.  I did just that.  Kona’s airport is not … [Read more...]

Our Halloween Tradition

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Do you blindly following culture and tradition or do you think outside of the box and start your own tradition? Another Halloween is fast approaching, bringing with it more than $2.2 billion in candy.  For parents who work hard year-round to help their children make healthy choices, finding a way … [Read more...]

Quality versus Quantity Workouts

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“Why am I not seeing results, I’ve been working out for several hours a day for weeks?” “I spent 3hrs at the gym today, did I earn that dessert?” “Should I spend one hour on the treadmill or 30 minutes doing sprint drills?” “What will yield the fastest results?” These are questions that … [Read more...]

Tips for Eating Healthy on the Go

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Tips for Eating Healthy on the Go “This bus is leaving, you better get in.”  “We gotta go.”  “Get in the car. NOW!” As my children get older our family schedule gets fuller and fuller. We now have activities every day of the week. Throw in the mix me running a business and doing Ironman … [Read more...]

Do you have regrets?

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Do you have regrets? What do you do with them? Do you dwell on them or do you learn from them and move on? I am a firm believer that you are not living life to the fullest if you do not experience some form of regret at some point.  I think having regrets from choices made really helps you to focus … [Read more...]

The ONE and ONLY – Wildflower Long Course

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When a race is coined, “The One and Only”, how can you not want to experience that?  Or should I say, how can I not want to experience that race?  Wildflower Triathlon Long Course is the toughest half iron distance race in the world with over 5,000’ of climbing on the bike and near 2,000’ on the … [Read more...]

Ironman California 70.3 in Oceanside

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Choosing my 2013 season opener to be Ironman 70.3 California in Oceanside was a great decision.  This race sells out every year and always has a stacked field with great competition plus, it is a beautiful place to race.  As you may know from my Ironman Arizona race report (if you do not, click here … [Read more...]

Ragnar del Sol – EPIC or Just Crazy?

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What is Ragnar? Ragnar is an overnight running relay race that makes testing your limits a team sport. A typical team is made up of 12 individuals; each individual runs 3 legs. The legs of the race vary in difficulty and distance, from 3-8 miles, allowing elite and novice runners to run … [Read more...]

Why would you run 50 miles?

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“Why?  Why would you run 50 miles at one time?” I say, “Why not?” I knew I could run 50 miles, I just didn’t know how it was going to feel, how long it would take me and if I would ever want to do it again.  Excited to report I am already looking at a few different 50 milers for next year. For … [Read more...]

SheriAnne Nelson, you are an IRONMAN!

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“If you are standing on the wood deck you MUST jump in the water!” said the voice behind the megaphone.  Pink and lime green swim caps were jumping in the water and bobbing out to the starting line.  I stood there for a moment to take in all the energy; hundreds of people lined Mill bridge and the … [Read more...]



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