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Subject: RE: Find the balance and embrace the journey!
Hello! I am 45 years old, living in Atlanta, Georgia and am just starting to train for my first Sprint Triathlon. I am doing this as a way to keep on my path of quitting smoking after many years. I have two months so far and am holding on. I do try to stay fairly fit and work out at the gym at lunch 4 times a week for 35 minutes. Balance sounds obtainable, finally, so hoping I can join the group?

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date : April 27, 2012
author : ytriguy
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Some of the major mistakes I made over a 28-year career that I would do differently if I had it all to do over again.
date : September 6, 2011
author : ahohl
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The pros and cons of training with a group or training partner
date : August 17, 2007
author : mars
comments : 4
Remeber why we do this, we all have our reasons. I had trained for six months, and it was now time to actually do my first sprint triathlon.
date : February 19, 2007
author : Terese Luikens
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Find a mentor. Make a list of at least three people that you could approach for help, list your specific needs and then be courageous enough to begin asking.
date : June 5, 2006
author : davewg
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My journey began after visiting a friend in the hospital after his wife had just had twins. I noticed immediately that he looked great. He had easily lost 30 pounds since the last time I had seen him.
date : April 2, 2006
author : acbadger
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With a hectic schedule and the desire to throw in other forms of exercise, I went from following one of the training programs to doing my own. Would it be better to follow a training plan?
date : January 1, 2006
author : dara
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Ironman is all consuming and deciding to complete one can never be taken lightly. Triathlon is a lifestyle, so don’t rush the journey to your first Ironman; enjoy your new way of life.
date : September 3, 2005
author : trad_it
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Now, for the last 20 years I’ve always though that jogging seemed about as interesting as watching paint dry, and you know what? That’s how it turned out to be.