Monthly Archives: October 2012

Winter Victories

Especially in winter one needs victories and one needs motivation. This morning I had one of those. It is getting colder in Europe and the days are getting shorter. Last week was ok but this week we hit the lower … Continue reading

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1st Ocean swim

I know it is the off season and one needs to take it easy. But forfeiting the opportunity to swim in the ocean, can not be overlooked. We decided to go down to Croatia for the long weekend. Unfortunately Alma … Continue reading

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The Hamster – treadmill my new friend

I am not a gym guy. I always classified gym as a hamster on a treadmill. I sign up in winter, do some exercises and then summer arrives. This year it changed, it started with strengthening the core. Trying to … Continue reading

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What is your beat per minute?

Sunday I did my last LSD before the NYC marathon. I like the change in letter from S=Slow too S=Steady. I am having a hard time running slow, but steady and at a good pace is the goal. Which made … Continue reading

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Born Free – The last push

A few years ago my buddy Tim decided to run the Vienna Marathon. The idea was born and this year we turned it into reality. He decided last year also to do it for a good cause and we all … Continue reading

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Don’t just have a hero but be the hero

I have an addiction, it is called Youtube. Yes, I make sure Google stays profitable, maybe one day I can go work for them. So I have a few heros in the triathlon scene. I do watch a lot of … Continue reading

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L!SD (Long !Steady Run) with finishing hard

Today’ training was aimed to get the milage in and do some race pace running. It started early this morning with some Mountain Biking, in the rain. This however is never a bummer and the muddier you get the better … Continue reading

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