Essays:

From Tragedy to Triumph: The Aaron Cohen Life Protection Act

Although I am an eternal optimist, at my old age I sometimes let cynicism enter my psyche. I refuse to get into politics on

Being Brazilian About It: O Jeitinho Brasilieiro

Sometimes I’ll say “let’s be Brazilian about it,” and it’s not always flattering. It means taking a short cut bordering on the illegal, so

A Spanish Summer in Miami: Agri Kids Adventure Camp

When I was young I thought I could change the world. One of the things I have enjoyed doing the most was opening a

A Family Affair: The Miami Kids Triathlon

If you follow me on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter you are probably sick and tired of pictures of my boys triathlon on Sunday …
Fitness Posts:

Ironman Arizona Week 8: Heat and Hydration

If I had to choose between training in severe heat or severe cold, I would choose heat. Hands down. I ran in Vermont over

Introducing Six:02

I am nowhere near a fashionista and I live in workout clothes. On any given day, you will see me at school pick up

Ironman Arizona Week 7: Back on The Bandwagon

I got my mojo back, and took this week by the horns.   I didn’t do everything on my schedule, but given the limitations of

Ironman Arizona Week 6: Training? What Training?

We are still on vacation. For the past two weeks I have been with Joe and the boys around the Northeast. My Coach’s instructions