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Update to Triathlon Living 002 – benchmarking | Events | Fuel |Gear

I'd pride myself on being a bit of a science guy.  I actually worked with metrics for 3 years of my life and LOVED it.  What you normally do in most of these situations where you want to introduce change...... Continue Reading →

Update to Triathlon Living 001 – Triathlon overview

Anyone who has read my blogs over the last years would be familiar with my "Update to Healthy Living".  This is a series with over 100 posts that has catalogued my journey to lose close to 150 pounds.  I still... Continue Reading →

Update to Healthy Living 86: what happens when you go off of keto? | Getting stronger!!

OK - I had a trip planned to NY this summer forever to go see the in-laws.  Miss them!  As it turns out, they have absolutely amazing food on Long Island.  I've blogged about the "food porn" before.  While I've... Continue Reading →

Update to Healthy Living 62 – Living with Keto and the march to 100 with life goals

I think many of my friends think I'm whackadoodle for doing keto, or perhaps it's just another fad diet.  I've now watched so many keto/low carb videos on youtube I feel like I can teach a college class on the... Continue Reading →

My vacation – and accountability

Today, I'm doing 67 pounds.  The same as this time last week.  However, I know I have a TON of water retained from the food I was eating, so I may have lost 1-2 pounds. Why is this a big... Continue Reading →

Update to Healthy Living 14 – first check in, product alerts, and more food updates

My first "check in" with weight was today with the trainer.  I started with her on 11/18 (my birthday) and got the weigh in there.  Today, I was 10.4 pounds less!!  This is including my birthday meal, Thanksgiving, and Christmas! ... Continue Reading →

The trainer – and learning to swim

I have a long, long history in the weight room, on the practice field, and in the gym.  I love sports and competition.  Despite how well I advanced in baseball, tennis, and even lifting weights at times, I never had... Continue Reading →

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