The Mindful Triathlete

On the eve of my second Ironman, I’m reflecting on the investments in my mind, body, and spirit over the past six months. Earlier this summer, I spontaneously signed up for a five day silent retreat. Yes, that means five days of no talking, technology, reading, nor scented products. As a result, my senses were...

November 5, 2016
Vanessa Slavich
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How do YOU Stay Motivated During the Changing Seasons?

Here at The Habit Project, our team is composed of highly competitive, highly driven, elite athletes.  Sarah recently placed 7th at the Ironman World Championships.  Laurence was 2nd in the world in her age group at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships and was an Olympic Trials swimmer in college.  Jordan consistently places on the podium...

November 2, 2016
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Managing Hashimoto’s Disease

When I was a kid I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s disease.  It came about because though I was an athletic and vibrant child, I also got sick on a fairly regular basis.  During a visit with my doctor, he noticed I had goiter in my neck (an enlarged thyroid gland) and suggested I get tested...

October 24, 2016
Sarah Piampiano
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The Sleep Deprivation Meltdown

I’m currently sitting at home, a little more than a week out from the Ironman World Championship, and I am doing my research on “sleep” – this week’s topic for The Habit Project.  Everything I’ve been reading has resonated with me and suddenly made me much more acutely aware just how much sleep (or lack...

October 17, 2016
Sarah Piampiano
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