Latitude Indoor Triathlon Series Race 2 Results

Yesterday’s weather was perfect for Latitude Indoor Triathlon Series Race #2. Results are posted: https://gearupforfitness.com/2016-indoor-triathlons/ Last race in the series is in 2 week. You can still register, registration form is: 2016IndoorTrisBrochure Here are some pictures at the race of couple triathletes from one my swim classes: 

Dreams Do Come True

Less than 3 days to the close the condo on the lake. By this time next week, Bootsy (my cat) and I will be moved into the condo. A year ago, I didn’t have this vision but started end of April. On Monday morning it will become reality, I will be buying home with cash and owningContinue reading “Dreams Do Come True”

Next Saturday – Latitude Indoor Triathlon Race #2

Next Saturday, Latitude Indoor Triathlon Race #2. There are still a couple spots available in 10:35 and 11:00 am waves. There still time to register. Registration: 9:00-11:00 am 1st Wave Starts: 10:10 AM in Latitude Pool Ages 10 and UpPrizes I RefreshmentsRace gift to first 60 registrations Pre-registration Cost: Latitude Member: $30 I Non-member: $40 RaceContinue reading “Next Saturday – Latitude Indoor Triathlon Race #2”

February Busy Month

The weather in the Northeast has been delightful for running and biking outside. A lot is happening in February: Check the Newsletter for the upcoming races. Check the Upcoming Clinics for February clinics. TRX Demos this week. Tonight’s demo is full but there room in the Wednesday at 5 PM. Intersted in Wednesday’s demo email PamContinue reading “February Busy Month”

January 23rd Indoor Triathlon

Yesterday, mother nature behaved with no snow in Salisbury, MA. 24 Triathletes participated in the 6th Annual Latitude Indoor Triathlon Series – Race #1. We had many newbies. If you want to try a triathlon, Indoor is the best way to experience the thrill and fun. Results are posted on: https://gearupforfitness.com/2016-indoor-triathlons/ Scroll down to the 2016 results.Continue reading “January 23rd Indoor Triathlon”

New Year a New Start

2015 was a tough year to do any training or races do to selling my mother’s house and my house. Tomorrow morning, I close on my house and go debt free. Next month, I close on my new place and start a start a new life. I see the downsizing from 1800 sq ft toContinue reading “New Year a New Start”

New Year, New You

I started my 2016 on the right running/triathlon foot. I have started setting goals by selecting races. Picked my big A races, Punkinman Half Ironman and maybe an Ultra 50K, then work backwards picking other races that allow enough recovery and training time between them. Some of these race will be test B races and someContinue reading “New Year, New You”

Start the New Year on the Right Foot…

Start your New Year on the right foot running a road race.  Running a race makes the New Year fun. This starts your training in the right direction by moving you forward. Check online (CoolRunning.com) for a local road race near you. Winner’s Circle Running Club does the Hangover Classic 5k/10k in Salisbury, MA. YouContinue reading “Start the New Year on the Right Foot…”

New Month, New Year

Just posted December Newsletter and the clinics that start December 21st and week of January 5. I know I have not posted in a while but busy selling my house which I close December 18th. My goal for this year is to go debt free and downsize. I am keeping my fingers cross that IContinue reading “New Month, New Year”

Lately, A Lot of I did it!

Last week there were a lot of firsts. Jean ran her first 5k (Yankee Homecoming Road Races (5K/10 Mile) after completing the Couch to 5K Hero. This is from her email after the race: “Thank you, Pam. I am so glad I took your class. I feel like I accomplished something”. Holy completed her firstContinue reading “Lately, A Lot of I did it!”