With the arrival of January 3rd came the realisation that the holiday period was finally over, the last turkey leg had been eaten and the remaining party poppers pulled. The cold, dark, wet and extremely blustery New Year had begun with a bang as I sat in my office chair thinking where did it all go? Pre-Christmas clothing favourites of brightly coloured slim fitting shirts paired with tailored single pleat trousers had been replaced by an array of plain black slacks coupled with double fronted elasticated pants to accommodate a slight festive spread.
As the dust begins to settle I can finally take a step back and appreciate the accomplishments of Team Emotional and their completion of the 2011 Ben Nevis Triathlon.
As the saying goes Քime waits for no manՠor in our case waits for no Team! Here we are only days away from our flagship event – The Big Ben Nevis Triathlon – and members are already proposing a truly Emotional day, and I havenִ even mentioned the heavy rain forecast outlined by the Met Office.
The concept behind Team Emotional was born almost four years ago in what we had initially anticipated as being a leisurely stroll through some of the finest and most scenic views west Scotland had to offer along the Highland Way.
Here’s some advice I prepared for the staff at PhysioRoom.com – Team Emotional – in light of our upcoming Ben Nevis triathlon. Use wisely and enjoy!
Never one to sit still for too long, myself and a group of friends embarked on another Emotional weekend by completing the Coast 2 Coast route from Whitehaven to Tynemouth using only the power of the pedal! A typically wet and windy Great British Summer turned what should have been a very enjoyable experience for … Read more