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Hey just thought I'd post something for those of us that are new to intro ourselves.
New to tri - check Getting back in shape - half check, I started last year when I got sober but had an injury this spring from over training that cost me quite awhile Needs advice - half check.....I also have Preach for this.....might have to call him coach who knows.....but the good twin does encourage well
Outside of that I'm a 37 year old father of 2 little minions, I sell POS for when people's system becomes a POS and am a former HR guy (had to fire myself :-) ) who hunts, runs steady aka slow, learning the bike and grateful that I have webbed feet as that in theory will help my swim. I have a series of running and now a biking race before my first tri next year (QC Tri) which I signed up for already. Outside of that I'm just good look'n and modest hahaha.
This will be my first season so - Don't Die - Don't DFL (more than once :-) the first race just don't DNF) - Beat a certain person in a local road race (he beat me three times last year 10k or less by less than 10 seconds each time) - Stay healthy all season and stay fit, currently down to 179 from 245 last Nov but yoyo'd last year due to injury and food...... - Complete an Ultra distance race - Complete an Olympic distance race end of season
I got lucky, we have a Masters that has two night swims, 8pm, just so happened that the 1st was one of them. I'm at 3,800 for the start and going again. As for a 20K, that is insane to me right now wow......I'll take some of your distance please.