Monterrey was meant to be the best event out of this 4, so, in theory, I was saving my best performance yet for this weekend. In theory also, 70.3 and being succesfull with it is my goal this year. And if you put in the mix that last time i raced in Monterrey, I did […]Read more "BECOMING (IN)SANE: HOW TO RACE 4 TRIS IN 4 WEEKS! (RACE 3, IM 70.3 MONTERREY)"
And there goes the 2nd race with good numbers and adapting to anything in the way The Isla de Tris Triathlon was boundto be a great event with an olympic distance… it was a shame that the swim was called off due to bad weather and a rough sea, so Duathlon it was and we […]Read more "BECOMING (IN)SANE: HOW TO RACE 4 TRIS IN 4 WEEKS! (RACE 2, OLYMPIC.. and DUATHLON??)"
This weekend kicked off this crazy idea of racing 4 races in 4 weekends in a row, starting with sprint distance, moving on to olympic and then half, just to finish with a sprint distance on a Panamerican Cup. That’s the dream! The 1st race was, as I said, the Valle de Bravo Sprint, where […]Read more "Becoming (in)sane: How to race 4 tris in 4 weeks! (Race 1, Sprint)"
In sports and most of all in Triathlon, you always have to remember one thing, there are two ways of looking at things: good or bad sensations. Knowing this, we can be sure that in training or racing we can have everything going o so sweet, feeling so good and having nice happy thoughts like […]Read more "Pain is (not) Temporary // El dolor (no) es Temporal"
Todos (si, las 3 personas que les he preguntado) pensaron que sería una gran idea comenzar mi propio blog. Por qué? Fácil, porque ya se cansaron de que siempre les platique las mismas historias una y otra vez así que supongo que si las escribo será más fácil que me digan que ya la saben […]Read more "¿Por qué comenzar -otro- blog triatleta? (Why to start -yet another- Triathlon related blog?)"