Whether it is in a mall change room or getting ready for a party, you often amaze your friends with your ability to transition from one outfit to the next.
2) The idea of running without socks does not scare you.
Those who only run may look aghast at the idea of running without socks. Triathletes know how hard socks are to pull on wet feet.
We know you don’t want to talk about it, that’s okay.
4) When people ask whether you prefer exercising in the morning or the evening, your response is: “both.”
It mystifies you why people feel the need to categorize themselves as solely an A.M. or P.M. athlete.
Permanent marker is the devil to get off. You don’t really mind your temporary tattoo though.
6) You are willing to argue that it is not breakfast that is the most important meal of the day, but rather second breakfast (which occurs after your morning workout).
First breakfast is usually only a banana or some easily digestible snack. Second breakfast though – yum.
7) You’re not afraid of commitment.
Triathlon is a sport that will kick your butt if you’re not willing to put in the training.
8) You have experienced not only ‘runner’s high,’ but also ‘swimmer’s high’ and ‘cyclist’s high.’
You appreciate endorphins in all their shapes and sizes.
It has to be – no one wants to do laundry that frequently.
After crossing the finish line, your next thought is: “okay, what’s next?”
By Caela Fenton