Category Archives: Tri-Eva Inspiration
It’s that time of year when we’re being bombarded by ads for fad diets, specials at the gym, the latest boot camp workouts and guaranteed weight loss pills. In our hearts, we all know there is no quick fix, but maybe triathlon is truly a weight loss miracle. Read our latest article here to find out!
Back in July, we told you about inspiring tri team, Gals for Cal, a group of determined women who started participating in triathlon to raise money to fight Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. More inspiring news: this year, the Gals were able to raise over $70,000 towards their cause!! “This year we added the NYC Olympic team (benefiting Parent Project MD) to our annual participation in the Danskin Sprint triathlon (benefiting Jett Foundation).The Gals are proud to be able to partner with two Duchenne organizations this year, extending our visibility while also supporting the newly formed Duchenne Alliance.” … Continue reading
“I can’t do a triathlon, I’m too… old? overweight? non-athletic?” Whatever your excuse, we think that you CAN do a triathlon! Don’t believe us? Tri-Eva’s inspirational video, featuring Irongranny triathlete Eddie Brocklesby, will change your mind. Eddie not only took up sport at the ripe young age of 53, she has since run marathons, done triathlon at highly competitive levels and ridden her bicycle more miles than some of us drive in our cars. Watch Trigirl’s video and hear about Eddie’s accomplishments from the woman herself- we think you’ll be motivated to get out there … Continue reading
In June, we told you about Gals for Cal, a team of inspiring women tackling triathlons to help fight Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Some of the Gals have just finished their first Olympic-distance triathlon (you go, Gals!) and others will be competing in the Danskin Sprint triathlon on July 22nd. We think that the Gals are amazing! Read the inspiring story of the Gals and how they are “livin’ large” as a fundraising triathlon team. http://tri-eva.com/motivation/gals-for-cal-triathlon/
Determination, Guts, Oh… and Learning How to Swim Newbie triathlete Helena Redshaw shares the story of completing her first triathlon. Though she insists it’s a bit wordy, we really enjoyed every detail of her experience and think you will, too. Short on time? Don’t miss the last two paragraphs where Helena’s words are sure to inspire you, no matter where you are in your triathlon journey! What does it take to do a triathlon? Well of course all the inspiring stuff….you know….sheer determination, 100% commitment, being focused, overcoming your fears and setting your mind to … Continue reading