No, this is not a post teaching you the quickest way to transition from swim-bike or bike-run. Though I’m sure I could easily write a few thousands words about that. This is about the current transition in my life to racing triathlon in what I would consider a full-time capacity. While I can’t say I … More Transitioning

All In

It hasn’t been a secret that Rebekah and I have loved Grand Junction, CO ever since arriving here. Over the past few months, we have been attempting to figure out what our lives will look like after my travel nurse contract here is over in mid January. Rebekah began applying for jobs in the area … More All In


I thought today would be appropriate to write a post dedicated to some of the things I am thankful for in my life. Rebekah and I are currently in the stage of planning how we will be shaping our lives for the years to come, and I think it is important to recognize all that … More Thankful

Breaking 30

By Rebekah Feigh Ever since I ran my first 5k in late December 2011, I’ve wanted to be fast enough to break 30 minutes. Now to a lot of you, that might not sound like a big deal. But I have never been a very fast runner, and for several years I was unable to run … More Breaking 30

IRONMAN Chattanooga

Following IRONMAN Wisconsin my legs were completely trashed. I returned to work the day after the race, and my energy levels were actually great! But walking felt terrible and I was waddling everywhere for days. This is exactly what happens when your legs are unprepared to run a marathon and you force them to anyways. … More IRONMAN Chattanooga

IRONMAN Wisconsin

As per usual, I will kick off this post where the last one left off. Shortly after my failed attempt at racing IRONMAN Lake Placid, I was debating on what to do next. Originally I had not intended to race IRONMAN Wisconsin, but a few things put it back on my radar. I really liked … More IRONMAN Wisconsin

IRONMAN Lake Placid

We’ll start this story with the lead up to the race following IRONMAN Cork. It’s no secret that Ireland took it’s toll on me both physically and mentally. Just about the entire trip was filled with stress between the travel and the race. I went in more physically fit than ever, and because of some … More IRONMAN Lake Placid


I’m not going to sugarcoat things, this trip did not go how I had hoped it would. From travel to the race, there seemed to almost constantly be stress or something going awry. Rebekah, Charleigh, and I are now back in Colorado after an exhausting venture, but at least made some memories on the way. … More IRONMAN Ireland

Eagleman 70.3

Last weekend was Eagleman 70.3 in Cambridge, Maryland which was to be a tune up race for IRONMAN Cork in Ireland 2 weeks later. I had raced at Eagleman 2 years ago in a string of 70.3’s that pretty much all resulted in me falling apart in the second half of the run. This was … More Eagleman 70.3