Rebecca Rusch is one of those people who simply defines what it really means to be a BAMF. The obvious reasons include her remarkable athletic accolades. But as I've come to know more about her and to, thankfully, get to know her personally in a small way, those achievements pale in comparison to the depth … Continue reading Real Women of BAMFness: Rebecca Rusch
my Dimond mounted up on the Matchrider[Every race is a special opportunity and one that wouldn't be available without the incredible support of the companies and people that support me. I don't often partner someone new, and when I do, it's always the result of a lot of time on both sides making sure it's … Continue reading Introducing the Matchrider
it's by no means perfect, but it helps tell the story...I wrote a long post in 2015 about my preparation for IMTX. At the time, I think I was trying to reassure myself, since when I wrote it, I was at the beginning of what turned out to be a pretty bad downward spiral. I … Continue reading The Road To The Woodlands. Redux.
There will be far fewer grievances with some of these gifts wrapped up at the base of your festivus pole...So I decided to follow my good friend Herbert Krabel's lead and make a holiday gift guide. These are all of my favorite products from my sponsors. When I had a mental tie on a favorite, … Continue reading Rappstar’s 2015 Holiday Gift Guide
My motley crew...The incredible Dave Mirra and his wife Lauren have started a combination social media movement and webshop called #BeADadNotAFad. It's an amazing project that injects a little positivity daily into my life. My friend Nate is about to become a father for the first time, and he sent me a list of questions … Continue reading Being A Dad (Not A Fad)
My wife sent me a link to a blog post written by Kendra Goffredo. It's the follow-up to a discussion that she had with Andrew Messick, CEO of WTC (Ironman). At the end of their conversation, Andrew asked Kendra why she raced as a pro, and - as she was pondering her answer - suggested, "it's … Continue reading Why I "Pro"
At the start of The Big Loop, this tree reminds me.Out of the crooked timber of humanity, no straight thing was ever made. - Immanuel Kant (as translated by Isaiah Berlin)First off, before I get into the heavy writing, there's been some chatter about my run-in with a jet ski at the start of Ironman … Continue reading Crooked Timber