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Today, I’m excited to introduce you to Shawna Block from the Building Block Blog.
In 2011, there was an opportunity to achieve a higher ranking so I could officiate college level games.
However, the tournament (opportunity) wasn’t until June, meaning I had 4 weeks before I would be on the field again.
I like to create before and after pictures so I can see the results. Therefore, I try really hard to not use my headphones during triathlon training season. *** If you or someone you know would be a great candidate for Friday FITspiration, email me at [email protected]
I often encourage others that have begun the journey to do it also.
I started to wonder if I could apply some of my triathlon training to other parts of life. ) And trial and error is a heartbreaking way to learn when emotions are involved. Ever since since the triathlon last August, I have applied 8 principles that I learned from my triathlon training to my dating life: Motivate. Don’t just keep doing the same thing for six months and then realize you’re headed for a dead-end. Don’t jump straight to the 1,000-meter swim or the hard stuff on the first date. You’ll be glad you didn’t strain that muscle later.
I consider May 2011 to be my “runniversary.” I am a women’s lacrosse official and have been since 2007.
Oh, there have been so many dates that are just fun stories to tell! Another guy I went out with a few times got annoyed with me and asked me (with disdain): Will you eat this?
(It was a fried chicken dish when we had already shared a fried appetizer.) There was a guy I had a very nice first date with and then for a second date, he thought he’d just bring a bottle of wine to my place. Eventually I’ll be done with the toads and find my prince. My friend Stacey called me while I was tapering for the 2013 Charleston Marathon. She convinced me to sign up for the local Iron Girl Sprint in my area, even though at that point I didn’t own a bike and I could barely swim 50 meters. It’s diverse, divided up between swim, bike and run and recently strength. I would go out to eat and pick appetizer or dessert, not both.
When did you start running and what inspired you to start?
In 2008, I ran one 5K in May and one 4-mile race in June.