Updates on Training, Racing, and Life so far in 2016

The past few months have been absolutely non-stop on all levels – personal, professional, and triathlon related. I’ve been given some big opportunities at work which has meant a lot of travel, I am on my way back to Bend from my 7th trip in the past 11 weeks. Additionally, April and I have hadContinue reading “Updates on Training, Racing, and Life so far in 2016”

2016: Goals and Outlook

2016 is off to an awesome start! I’m back to structured training which is exciting after a few months of staying fit without following a schedule. It seems like half of Bend has got some sort of sickness to start the new year as well, and unfortunately April and I both picked that up. IContinue reading “2016: Goals and Outlook”

Super Dave’s Down & Dirty Half – Race Report

I’ve struggled with motivation since Ironman Coeur d’Alene and decided to shut things down for the fall after the Deschutes Dash Olympic and Hood to Coast. I think this was due to the long training cycle I put myself through and the lack of racing throughout my Ironman build. Anyways, my running started to feelContinue reading “Super Dave’s Down & Dirty Half – Race Report”

Hood to Coast 2015: The Year of the Storm

This years running of Hood to Coast was my third, and without a doubt the best one yet! What a thrilling 30 hours and 31 minutes of team support, camaraderie, good food, family time, and hard work. The last two times I’ve run H2C was with a semi-competitive team from Nike, this year was withContinue reading “Hood to Coast 2015: The Year of the Storm”

My Transformation Story

I’ve shared bits and pieces of my transformation on this blog, on instagram, and with friends – but I have never taken the time to really tell the story. I’m continually surprised at the reaction I get when I tell people I used to weigh 250 pounds, often times it’s a combination of disbelief andContinue reading “My Transformation Story”

Off-season?

I think most triathletes struggle with the concept of taking time off, at least taking time off from meticulously structured training. I am without a doubt guilty of this. Knowing that my next real build is going to be focused on Ironman Coeur d’Alene – I’m determined to define an offseason, to spend more timeContinue reading “Off-season?”