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Why I don’t advise pounding beers up after making the podium

Australia’s triathlon trio Emma Moffatt, Emma Jackson and Emma Snowsill celebrated a triumphant and history-making ITU Dextro Energy Triathlon World Championship round in Hamburg back in 2011.

It was a great day for a triathlon; my preparation was fantastic, and although there were plenty of learning lessons during the race, I managed to make second place in my age group, winning my first official medal. I probably had half dozen bottles of water after the race, a banana, and several orange slices to help replace lost carbohydrates and electrolytes. Yes, it was a great morning, and I was feeling fine. While there was lots of pizza and beer on hand at the post race expo, I felt completely satisfied with taking care of my body and enjoying the moment.

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Expert Call w/ Kristen Godfrey, MA, LPC Now on Replay

Monday, January 20th at 6:00pm Pacific/ 9:00pm Eastern Time Kristen Godfrey will be discussing mental performance for triathletes.

Kristen Godfrey, MA is a Licensed Professional Counselor helping athletes thrive through the fluctuations of life and sport. Her private practice is grounded in the advancements in Interpersonal Neurobiology and Somatic Experiencing. Whether in her office, or meeting online, Kristen creates a deeply supportive relationship. She’ll challenge you gently, open up your insight, and give you the tools to overcome your roadblocks. You’ll learn to manage your thoughts and emotions, and regulate your body. You’ll build your capacity to stay in the thriving zone and perform your best. Connect with Kristen at [email protected], find more at her web site alittlehelpwithlife.com

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