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I'm just an average age-grouper / weekend warrior blogging about Ironman Triathlon Training and this complex puzzle of juggling life, having fun and reporting on my various feats of strength and endurance adventures!

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2016!? Starting from Square 1!

My 5th Ironman in Copenhagen, Denmark with MINIMAL training was a 12.5 hour success thanks to Team Endurance Nation and Peak Centre for Human Performance. After Ironman #4 in Whistler, Canada, thought I'd shake things up a bit for #5 and head over to Denmark for KMD Ironman Copenhagen. Was an AMAZING experience and highly recommended! Follow along with our 2016 multisports gong-show by subscribing to this blog via the orange RSS button above, follow me on Facebook or Twitter

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