#TriTraining

Here we are another week in.  I am learning how to get into my wetsuit easier (two choices Pam Olive Oil Spray or feet/hands in a plastic bag and SLIDE – any other suggestions?

The swim is getting a bit easier, but still not making the distance.  The crowd is staying motivated (easy to do in beautiful weather).  Getting in some more miles – oh yeah, I have that pesky 1/2 marathon at the end of August… Ha ha..

My trainer thinks that swimming has added to my fitness level and enthusiasm, I think that is partially true. I know for sure that this activity has kept me from going into the work ruminating rabbit hole.  My mind and body are tired and I don’t have time to think about those little things/people that bother me. My training buddy said to me, just remember in a year from now, those people will be just a fleeting memory… Good Advice as always..

Now, on with the training. IMG_1033

Author: turning60andbeyond

Sandi Feaster is a registered nurse and health educator. She has worked in the corporate world as well as taken care of people with chronic health conditions. Sandi is convinced that we can improve our lives by educating ourselves and learning how we can curate the life we want. It may seem simple, but exercise and eating healthy food is the foundation of a longer, healthier and engaged life.

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