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A New Arrival
sarahleonardby sarahleonard Nov 8th 2013
He's arrived! After 9 months of weight training (carrying a bump around) and possibly the longest endurance event I'll ever participate in... our baby son arrived, hurrah :-) 38 hrs of labour (that's almost three times the duration of my Ironman...
Transition Time is almost here...
sarahleonardby sarahleonard Jul 3rd 2013
Just a few weeks to go now until the 'big push'. By day, I live in the land of pilates bolster cushions, slip on trainers, gym balls and breathing exercises. I'm stupidly hungry all the time apart from when I'm stupidly full. The thought of going an...
The Triathlon Show 2013
sarahleonardby sarahleonard Mar 2nd 2013
Yesterday we visited the Triathlon Show at Sandown Park. It's a bit of a journey for us, but still possible to drive there and back in one day. We decided to go on the Friday when it was likely to be quieter, the only drawback being that the semina...
Introducing the New TevaSphere Collection
sarahleonardby sarahleonard Jan 14th 2013
It's always quite exciting when a new product is launched in the UK and being a triathlete I'm partial to a nice bit of kit. TriBlogs was lucky enough to be invited to the launch event of the new TevaSphere collection (by outdoor brand Teva). The af...
Maybe she's born with it?
sarahleonardby sarahleonard Dec 21st 2012
Whatever 'it' is and no I definitely wasn't. If you'd have seen me when I first got back into running in 2004 then I doubt that 'natural runner' or 'born to run' would spring to mind. For me, running felt like I was in a bad dream, no matter how...
Running School: Turning up the Speed
sarahleonardby sarahleonard Dec 4th 2012
Time for Running This time of year is one of my favorites for running. It can be cold outside, but on days like today when the sun is out and with some appropriate running gear I find these conditions great for training. My running sessions have...
Staying Motivated
sarahleonardby sarahleonard Sep 19th 2012
For some people, motivating oneself to get out for a planned training session is the biggest motivational hurdle. However, I find getting my kit on quick smart will usually get me past this. For me, I always find the first five minutes of any traini...
Back to Swimming: Goodbye Shoulder Injury
sarahleonardby sarahleonard Sep 2nd 2012
Just a quick post to share my good news. If you've read any of my previous post you'll know that I've been struggling with a shoulder injury for about two years now. It's been really complicated and has affected my neck, shoulder and chest. At times...
Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We shall get there some day.
sarahleonardby sarahleonard Aug 23rd 2012
Who wouldn't want to dip their toe into somewhere like this! A while ago we attended the H2open day at Reading Lake. I enjoy going to these events and this was the first year that this specialist open water swimming exhibition had taken place. The...
7 lessons learnt when running in the rain
sarahleonardby sarahleonard Jul 9th 2012
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