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My Tri Life
A blog about Triathlon and how it has changed my life. There are inspirational stories about triathlon as related to everyday life and how the two(life and triathlon) intertwine. The blog contains training and nutritional information as well. Race reviews are also included.
  
Author Kelly McCluskey
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November 9 2011
Reflections of a Triathlete
     Reflection-Something such as light, radiant heat,sound or an image that is reflected; a fixing of the thoughts on something, careful consideration.
    
     A few weeks ago I completed my last triathlon of the season and it was a challenging event. Being m ... (continued)
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October 12 2011
A Triathlete's Tribute to Steve Jobs
How in the world is Steve Jobs related to a blog about triathlon? Easy, without the invention of his Ipod I would probably have not been able to accomplish all that I have as a triathlete. Last winter, when I was training for my first half ironman, I never would have gotten through those rotten work ... (continued)
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September 20 2011
Wilmington YMCA Sprint Triathlon and Living in the Moment
This past weekend I had the pleasure of racing in Wilmington, North Carolina. The Wilmington Sprint is a Set-Up Event that is one the last triathlons in the North Carolina Series. This is a fun event because it is a little longer than a normal sprint as the swim is 1500 meters. The swim seems less t ... (continued)
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September 1 2011
Tri-Son
Last Sunday August 21st I had the pleasure of completing and competing in the Rex Wellness Sprint Triathlon in Raleigh, NC. This was a special event because it was my son Bryce's first triathlon. He trained, like most fourteen year olds, by eating a diet of burgers and sleeping in until around ten a ... (continued)
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August 22 2011
Summer Is A Great Time to " Tri"...Calling All Runners and Beyond
My sister-in-law gave me a really great book called The Runner's Book of Daily Inspiration last year for my birthday. I love the book because I can open it up to any page at any time and read something, “inspirational," about running. The book is especially helpful if I don't feel like running- it g ... (continued)
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August 6 2011
Tri- Protege
One of the nicest compliments I could receive is when my son Bryce came to me this past May after The Woodlake Triathlon in NC and asked if he could sign up for a triathlon. I couldn't have been happier or prouder as a mom and as a triathlete. For the last nine years my family has supported my nutty ... (continued)
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July 21 2011
Ladies Nite at Trek Bike Shop In Raleigh, NC
Normally I would not let so much time pass without posting to my blog, but if you've been reading than you'll know that I recently moved back to North Carolina after living in Central Pennsylvania for the last five years. My husband's job has taken us back to what we call, "home," even though we wer ... (continued)
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July 1 2011
Farewell But Not Goodbye
I had a video about triathlon transitions to share this week for my blog but something or someone was pulling me in a different direction to write about a very important transition that I am going through now. It is not the transition from swim to bike or the transition from bike to run, but rather ... (continued)
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June 16 2011
Tri-Father's Day Edition
Father's Day is rapidly approaching and upon reflecting on my relationship with my dad, I thought it would be timely and appropriate to dedicate this week’s blog to my dad. My parents divorced when I was seven and although it was hard in some ways it was better for my brothers and I relationship wit ... (continued)
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June 2 2011
Woodlake Triathlon 2011, Memorial Weekend
One of the great things about being American is our freedom to come and go as we please and do just about anything our hearts desire. This past Memorial weekend was no different for me. I was able to travel, freely from Pennsylvania to North Carolina without anyone stopping me to see papers or see w ... (continued)
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May 17 2011
Taking on the Swim
Many times I have heard people say that what has kept them from doing a triathlon is the swim portion. Even my own brother, who is an amazing swimmer, has said that he simply doesn't have the time to incorporate swimming into his workout. I would encourage anyone to incorporate swimming into their w ... (continued)
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May 6 2011
Tri- Husband
Standing behind the scenes, taking video and pictures, and cheering loudly is my husband Mark. He has been my largest supporter of triathlon, and although he sometimes grumbles that he is surprised that I am still "at triathlon" after nine years, he is truly my biggest fan. He won't say so directly, ... (continued)
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November 9 2011
Reflections of a Triathlete
     Reflection-Something such as light, radiant heat,sound or an image that is reflected; a fixing of the thoughts on something, careful consideration.
    
     A few weeks ago I completed my last triathlon of the season and it was a challenging event. Being m ... (continued)
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October 12 2011
A Triathlete's Tribute to Steve Jobs
How in the world is Steve Jobs related to a blog about triathlon? Easy, without the invention of his Ipod I would probably have not been able to accomplish all that I have as a triathlete. Last winter, when I was training for my first half ironman, I never would have gotten through those rotten work ... (continued)
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August 22 2011
Summer Is A Great Time to " Tri"...Calling All Runners and Beyond
My sister-in-law gave me a really great book called The Runner's Book of Daily Inspiration last year for my birthday. I love the book because I can open it up to any page at any time and read something, “inspirational," about running. The book is especially helpful if I don't feel like running- it g ... (continued)
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