Stir Crazy Version 1.0

Since the whole bike wreck, I have literally been going stir crazy. I took the family down to St. George to see Cats, which I think I may have missed the whole point of. I was supposed to take my bike and log some serious miles, but with the whole broken elbow issue, I am not supposed to be back on the bike for a couple of weeks. So I am going a little nutty because my brain has entirely too much time to function right now.

The playbill for Cats had a page that the Director had written down some notes on. As part of his notes, he asked everyone to try and find a little something about their personality in one of the characters. I have to tell you, I missed the point entirely. The acting and singing was great and it was fun to go with my wife and boy, but I must not be smart enough to get the purpose behind the play. I mean, I get the whole renewal thing and all, but come now, that it easy to understand. Who really loves this stuff? I think it is people who are smarter than I am.





Flexibility Feature
While I am down and out, I figure I can start giving back to our community. I am going to start posting information on improving flexibility, starting with those areas that are trouble spots for triathletes and cyclists. My brother and I went on a run yesterday and I noticed his stride is being limited by his lack of flexibility, so I decided I would put this feature together. It will be a practical approach to improving the flexibility and releasing your IT Band, hamstrings, soleus, shoulders, and neck. Check back later this week to see the first installment.

About the Author

I have been participating in running and triathlons for 10 years and love the feeling that training provides. You may not agree with me, but you know you just can't look away...