Running with Sensoria

Sensoria Smart Socks and Bluetooth Anklets – Running ‘Smart’ (http://www.sensoriafitness.com/) I have been a runner almost my entire life. I ran when I was a kid for fun, then continued this passion to run in high school and college. Collegiate...

Challenge Kanchanaburi

After taking a bit of a hiatus from training and really anything to do with triathlon, I want to revisit my last race of the season: Challenge Kanchanaburi! Thailand in mourning It is noteworthy to mention what happened in Thailand just a week before the race. The...
Hefei 70.3 Race Report

Hefei 70.3 Race Report

I was excited about the opportunity to race in China when this race first came out. I took a nice recovery week after Timberman in August, then went into a high volume training block. I raced frequently during the season so I didn’t have time to build in a training...
Living with Celiac Disease as a Professional Triathlete

Living with Celiac Disease as a Professional Triathlete

As a professional athlete with celiac disease, it has been a long learning process to be healthy and strong. And not an easy one. When I was diagnosed with celiac 12 years ago and went on a gluten free diet, I thought I would see major improvements and that my body...

Changes in gluten free products

When I was diagnosed with Celiac in 2004, there were very limited options of gluten free food and a lack of knowledge of Celiac Disease and what it meant to be gluten free. I would travel to restaurants with my own pasta noodles and ask that they boil them in a...

Texas 70.3 Race Report

I was excited to start the season with this race. I developed some good off-season fitness and was looking forward to putting that to a test, along with everyone else! I had a year of racing the half distance under my belt, so I was much more comfortable with racing...