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Name: Carol Scheible
Date registered: August 1, 2006

Latest posts

  1. How to fool your swim coach — April 1, 2014
  2. Popeye was Right: eat your spinach! — March 16, 2014
  3. I Need a Training Plan — March 3, 2014
  4. Recovery and The Aging Athlete — March 2, 2014
  5. The Aging Athlete Syndrome – Get over it — March 1, 2014

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  1. Win Some Sweet Schwagg from RoadID, Ryders and Gu — 48 comments
  2. That Feeling of Panic Swimming in Open Water — 41 comments
  3. About Me — 40 comments

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Apr 01

How to fool your swim coach

Stacey Richardson’s Weekly Workout Tip: Want to pull one over on your swim coach? Talk the talk. Walk the walk.  “Swim the swim?” If you are like most triathletes, you think that your swim is “good enough” and chances are that you haven’t made major improvements in a while.   Swim coaches constantly struggle with …

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Mar 16

Popeye was Right: eat your spinach!


I was visiting my brother in San Jose last week.    He’s an avid cyclist and has a copy of Joe Friel’s Cyclist Training Bible.   Of course, I picked up to leaf through the pages.   I’m on this aging athlete kick lately, so I looked that up in the index, and went to the …

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Mar 03

I Need a Training Plan

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I’m probably going to be writing more and more about the challenges faced by an aging athlete.    That’s where I’ve been the last couple of years and I’ve decided to quit muddling through feeling like crap, and do something about it.   I just don’t know what to do yet. I mentioned Joe Friel’s …

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Mar 02

Recovery and The Aging Athlete

I wanted to do a follow up to my earlier post about aging athlete syndrome.   Ernestine’s story teaches us that growing older in and of itself is not an excuse to give up and stop training in the sports that you enjoy.      However, it is good reason to train smarter and differently. Joe …

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Mar 01

The Aging Athlete Syndrome – Get over it

I have missed my bloggy peeps.  And, I hope you have missed me!   And - If you are still reading this blog – Thank You! Blogging helps keep me focused on  staying fit, making goals, and racing!    I also hope it inspires others to do these things as well. So, here goes with a new …

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