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2018 Ironman Wisconsin was a special race for Jacqui Giuliano. She won the Overall Age Group Women's race and more importantly, she put together her best Ironman performance to date!
Swimming 1:04, riding 5:35, and running 3:00 for a total time of 9:49! Jacqui had the 2nd overall faster run split (male or female) and her husband Ryan was the only one to run faster. Incredible.
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Meeting dad at #hillingdoncyclecircuit to hand my bike over for Weymouth. It would be rude not to have a quick lap!! Horrible in the wind (and jeans/trainers!).
That’s a wrap for track Tuesday. Lots of work done here. Some great confidence building days and a few humble pie days. There was 1 or 2 F you EK’s muddled and water bottles thrown but all smiles at last nights donut mile and night out. @boulderracing_cms@vixxenracing#donutmile
When your bike and all of your triathlon crap fits in your new ride without taking things apart 🏊♂️ 🚲 🏃♀️ #VWtiguan#ironmantraining
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If I sit close enough to the windows then maybe I’ll actually be outside?!?
Thankful for the @wahoofitnessofficial to let me push myself indoors during naptime. Feeling grateful for the opportunity to represent such a powerful group of women these last 2 years on the #BettySquad@bettydesigns and for all the amazing sponsors who have believed in our Squad.
Applications are now open for Betty Squad 2019! I’ve submitted mine and although I know that my past spot could easily be given to another badass women out there, I’m thankful for all the friendships I have made over the last 2 yrs as an active member and many more years to come as an Alumni. #onceabettyalwaysabetty
Good luck to everyone applying this year, whether it be this team or another, I hope you find the perfect fit for your goals and needs! #doepicshit
Vejo na minha rotina de atendimentos o quanto o tênis é um acessório “pouco citado” pelos pacientes. Valoriza-se mais a estética do que sua funcionalidade. Entretanto, ao mesmo tempo em que a escolha do modelo certo pode melhorar sua performance e levar ao seu máximo rendimento, um deslize na escolha do tênis também pode trazer muitas dores de cabeça.
Os tênis para os frequentadores de academia foram desenvolvidos pensando no conforto. ❇️Uma dica: deixe para provar o modelo a ser comprado apenas no fim do dia, quando o corpo está mais inchado, o que também acontece durante a atividade física.
Modelos que combinam couro e nylon são os ideais – enquanto o primeiro material dá sustentação ao pé, o segundo permite uma melhor ventilação e, por consequência, controle da umidade.
Conhecer seu tipo de pisada é o primeiro passo para acertar no modelo de tênis a escolher para a corrida: ⚠️PRONADA, quando se força o pé para dentro; ⚠️SUPINADA, com o pé tendendo para fora; ou ⚠️NEUTRA. Sem o modelo certo, o corpo acaba forçando os músculos e a coluna em busca de equilíbrio.
O esporte exige também amortecimento reforçado. O solado não deve ser alto demais para não desestabilizar o corpo, nem ter molas muito largas e separadas, que deixam os pés instáveis, podendo gerar lesões nos pés, joelhos e tendões.
Como é uma modalidade que tem entre suas principais características a mistura de diversos exercícios e a execução deles em circuito, envolvendo técnicas variadas, o crossfit exige um tênis que dê⚠️FIRMEZA e, ao mesmo tempo, garanta ⚠️MOBILIDADE do calcanhar e a flexibilidade dos pés. Os modelos chamados de minimalistas – que deixam o pé protegido sem limitá-lo – são os ideais para a atividade.
O tênis ideal para caminhadas na natureza deve ser leve, respirável e impermeável. O solado é mais grosso e deve garantir a aderência necessária para os diversos tipos de solo, seja de pedras, lama, cascalho, areia, raízes, entre outros. Alguns modelos possuem ainda proteções para os dedos, que evitam danos causados por possíveis tropeços.
✅lembre-se: nem sempre o modelo (e marca) mais bonito e mais caro é o melhor.
@bettydesigns has a butterfly/skull/badass logo(and more). Is it a coincidence that I have the basic butterfly tattoo? Probably not, who doesn’t have the 🦋 😂 BUT mine has a story to it. In dental hygiene school😷 I met the coolest, raddest friend ever🙌. We waited tables together, studied daily and basically laughed until we cried, EVEN in clinics covered in blood/pus trying to pass boards😀. Everyday was an adventure. She never had a tattoo, but wanted one! So, I told her I would get one with her (think it was gonna be my 5th, lost track🤦♀️). She was terrified but hell bent on breaking through and becoming a badass, so she chose a penny size butterfly; utterly threatening, like a real biker chick😂😂. She asked what I was going to get. I said, “a butterfly, but it’s going to kick your butterfly’s ass”. So yes, at the age of 22, I got a permanent butterfly competitively, just so for the rest of my life, I can say mine would kick her’s ass🤔🤔🤔😸😸😸. Fast forward to 36 years old and that friendship is still going strong with awesome memories and now as I enter into my second Ironman race, and I see my own 🍑 with the 🦋, I smile. Many MANY times I get asked what my tattoos mean... I didn’t get them for any one thing. I got them for the time in my life, it’s like my permanent scrap book. ❤️👏. Also an additional shoutout to my parents not disowning me during my ink phase. The time my brother taddled on my first one and my mama ran after me with a knife saying she was going to remove it herself... that’s real fear😫🤪🤣. And my mama, she CAN RUN. She’s done plenty of half marathons and a full, now imagine her mad running. No thanks! She loves me😍😘❤️ #Ironman#ironmantraining#dreamreallyfreakingbig#momlife#trampstamp#ink#tatts#tattoomom#athlete#mom#memories#butterfly#train
First swim of the year! Yep, that's right, it's been 3 months since my last swim (which was on Christmas '17). Found the motivation again to head to the pool and swim, even if it takes longer for me to get ready and get there than the swim session itself. Today was just 500m...and it wasn't too bad. Obviously I've lost all my speed and endurance, but it was motivating to see that my stroke is still intact. Would have thought that after such a long break, my stroke would be totally broken, but it wasn't! So, now, I think I'll start with 1 or 2 swims a week, depending on how my back feels...just short sessions to work on technique. 💯 -
I've been seeing an Osteopath lately. Although the pain hasn't improved too much and still no solid diagnosis, she's told me to gradually get back to some swimming, biking and running while continuing the gym routine on the other days to see how I go. 💪🏼 -
Also, I think I'm ready to get back to posting regularly on Instagram again. Look forward to sharing with you all again! 😄 -
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