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MOBI È A Reluctant Athlete's Journey Into the Heart of America's Newest Obsession ✓ Alicia DiFabio Psy.D. What would you do if half your town caught triathlon mania?If you’re like Alicia DiFabio―a minivan driving harried mother of four small children whose daily look features stained yoga pants a messy ponytail and a big diaper bag―you would shrug your shoulders and try to hold on for that after bedtime glass of wine It was to her utter surprise that this middle aged out of shape mother found herself on the starting line of a triathlon In Women Who Tri DiFabio explores the triathlon phenomenon that has gripped her town and swept the nation Her memoir is both inspiring and informative as it explores the popularity psychology subculture and transformative power of triathlons among ordinary women Set in a small New Jersey town that now hosts America’s largest women only triathlon club Women Who Tri weaves together the insights of a psychologist the research of a journalist and the deep insecurities of a daunted newbie DiFabio shares her journey from nervous newcomer to triathlon finisher as she investigates one of the world’s most challenging and inspiring sports She profiles women who have overcome challenges to become athletes and tri for themselves and to help others Women Who Tri will entertain enlighten and inspire any triathlon enthusiast from tri addicts to the tri curious In a wonderful voice both self deprecating and inspirational Alicia DiFabio guides the reader through the story of triathlon personal stories of female triathletes dealing with life’s challenges and her own immersive experience Although a credentialed psychologist in this book she is everymom full of angst and self doubt which she faces with the support of other women like her and in a poignant epilogue supports others in turn My favorite line in the book is on page 46 where she says “I see ‘No Pain No Gain’ not as a motto but as a multiple choice uestion and I check the box next to ‘No Pain’” Women Who Tri is a story about women how they cope by supporting each other and how 800 women in a small New Jersey town of 4000 people found that support in a most unusual way by running and biking and swimming in a lake full of hidden fears

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PDF ç BOOK Women Who Tri ï ALICIA DIFABIO PSY.D. ï [PDF] ❤ Women Who Tri: A Reluctant Athlete's Journey Into the Heart of America's Newest Obsession By Alicia DiFabio Psy.D. – Danpashley.co.uk What would you do if half your town caught triathlon mania?If you’re like Alicia DiFabio―a minivan driving harr What would you do if half your town caught triathlon mania?If you’re like Alicia DiFabio―a minivan driving harried mother of four small children whose daily look features stained yoga pants a messy ponytail and a big diaper bag―you would shrug your shoulders and try to hold on for that after bedtime glass of wine It was to her utter surprise that this middle aged out of shape mother found herself on the starting line of a triathlon In Women Who Tri DiFabio explores the triathlon phenomenon that has gripped her town and swept the nation Her memoir is both inspiring and informative as it explores the popularity psychology subculture and transformative power of triathlons among ordinary women Set in a small New Jersey town that now hosts America’s largest women only triathlon club Women Who Tri weaves together the insights of a psychologist the research of a journalist and the deep insecurities of a daunted newbie DiFabio shares her journey from nervous newcomer to triathlon finisher as she investigates one of the world’s most challenging and inspiring sports She profiles women who have overcome challenges to become athletes and tri for themselves and to help others Women Who Tri will entertain enlighten and inspire any triathlon enthusiast from tri addicts to the tri curious If you're a female triathlete or you're a female who wants to become a triathlete you must read this inspiring heartfelt book Alicia nails it Women Who Tri A Reluctant Athlete's Journey Into the Heart of America's Newest Obsession Get this book now

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Women Who Tri A Reluctant Athlete's Journey Into the Heart of America's Newest ObsessionWhat would you do if half your town caught triathlon mania?If you’re like Alicia DiFabio―a minivan driving harried mother of four small children whose daily look features stained yoga pants a messy ponytail and a big diaper bag―you would shrug your shoulders and try to hold on for that after bedtime glass of wine It was to her utter surprise that this middle aged out of shape mother found herself on the starting line of a triathlon In Women Who Tri DiFabio explores the triathlon phenomenon that has gripped her town and swept the nation Her memoir is both inspiring and informative as it explores the popularity psychology subculture and transformative power of triathlons among ordinary women Set in a small New Jersey town that now hosts America’s largest women only triathlon club Women Who Tri weaves together the insights of a psychologist the research of a journalist and the deep insecurities of a daunted newbie DiFabio shares her journey from nervous newcomer to triathlon finisher as she investigates one of the world’s most challenging and inspiring sports She profiles women who have overcome challenges to become athletes and tri for themselves and to help others Women Who Tri will entertain enlighten and inspire any triathlon enthusiast from tri addicts to the tri curious Within the first few pages you'll laugh maybe even out loud you'll cry and be ready to dive into the fascinating world of triathlon and the women obsessed with it Keep the tissues handy I was humbled and inspired by the many profiles of courageous women also featured While I am certainly no athlete I too remember being glued to the television in February of 1982 watching breathless as Julie Moss crawled across the finish line in the Ironman Kona The author's exhaustive research and attention to detail shows in the amount of information provided which would be VERY useful to anyone considering training for their first triathlon Her personal story and ability to be so open and vulnerable finding humor in even the most challenging moments makes Journalistic Memoir my new favorite genre and the author my new hero