Triathlon for the Every Woman is a hilarious, fun and informative read - full of expert advice, training tips, and stories to turn a tired, busy woman into a tired, busy woman triathlete - no matter her size, age, or place in life.
Meredith Atwood, an overweight and overworked wife, mother, and attorney, went from the couch to the finish of a half Ironman triathlon in a little over a year. Her book, full of contributions from expert coaches, nutritionists and athletes, takes the reader through the disciplines of swimming, biking and running. In addition, the book includes comical accounts of battling the scale and the balancing act of training with a spouse, kids and a full-time job. The book will inspire and entertain - and have even the busiest of women taking on the challenge of swimming, biking, and running. Even for those lacking in time, motivation or hope, Triathlon for the Every Woman will turn everything around and make any woman a believer.
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Turned this motivation-killer off mid-run
I picked up this audiobook to listen to while training to bump up from sprints to long courses. I thought it would be motivational as Iʻm also a beginning triathlete trying to make a positive change in my busy life. However, I only got a few chapters in before the authorʻs self-hatred and paradoxical entitlement issues became unbearable. I decided Iʻd rather run in silence than listen any more. This book is also heavily Christian and mommy-focused. Not my cup of tea.
Year of Yes
No - I think the narrator added to that "Bible study leader who pretends to be friendly but is really just keeping an eye on you because her husband keeps having affairs with the choir members" vibe. Brittle, insincerely bright - this may have been the content and not the voice. Iʻm unsure.
Itʻs autobiographical - so this question isnʻt applicable.
- Amazon Customer
I love this book! So motivating and easy to relate too!
- Darcy Blair