Triathlon dating

It seems like the first date is always the same formulaic awkward introductory interview. Spice things up with a cooking class, have fun with a weird workout or learn to Tango even if, between the two of you, you have four left feet.

Go to a grocery store (one with clothes, soap, food, etc.

For example, maybe you start the night with a friendly challenge of pizza-eating (who can eat the most slices), then burn those calories off with a game of HORSE (basketball), then end your evening with one of your favorite video games (I’d choose Galaga, but that’s just me! The fun in this date night is that you can come up with any three things you want, just as long as they are things you both enjoy.

This triathlon event is a chance for athletes of all skill levels to compete on a scenic riverside course, perfect for the novice through the seasoned triathlete.

In the second installment of Ask a Random Triathlete, we’re answering that perpetual and ever-frustrating question of how to workout with and accommodate a triathlete significant other, as opposed to the even more vexing non-triathlete significant other.

(Read the first Ask a Random Triathlete installment here.) As your resident Random Triathlete, I felt this was a good opportunity to talk about myself, since I’m pretty sure I’m amazing.

It became a daily framework and began to overlap with the rest of my life. I wasn’t about to drown, but six months before my race, I was still just flailing around. And deep conversations about your hopes and dreams in life.It originated from cyclists, but I think it applies better to triathletes (since we’ve got to do the whole run thing after doing the bike bit – and we have to swim).We all know how difficult it is to make compatible romance with an intensive training.Since I’m single – this seemed like an appropriate thing to post.I stumbled on it a few weeks back posted elsewhere; but it’s funny enough to warrant a repost.