In my previous post, I mentioned the analogy between human and Earth’s boundaries. How if we go at something full force without taking a break to recover, we’ll eventually burn out, in the same way that we’re burning our planet out. But some deep thoughtful friend of mine threw in a wild card: what about external influences to these ‘closed’ systems with defined boundaries?
The nomadic life of the professional triathlete continues... always remembering to enjoy the moments and new experiences, even if sometimes you feel a LAWNG way from home. | Arrived in a whole new location for the next block of training up to Kona #hellotexas | Time to put the head down and get back to work 💪🏼 | 📸 by @cedricsouaille
Geneva, over and out ✌️ This summer has been real. On to a new training camp and time to heat things back up again 🔥 | 📸 by @timothyqmunier
Some crazy riding on Saturday at the #IM703WC. Little insight: this 🤩 photo was taken on the crazy real climb up to Col de Vence which strung out the field. I looked at my @pioneercyclo powermeter, was so 😳 I promised not to look at it again through the race. Crazy strong and gutsy riding from the women at the front. Particularly @ameliarosewatkinson who smoked that climb 🔥 | Looking at the numbers now, super glad about that decision #racingisracing #pushinglimits #allaboutthemanicure | 📸 by @carla.nagel