Fitness & Nutrition

Dedication’s What You Need

The Ironman is tough but rewarding, with people saying the buzz at the finish line is amazing. (Nigel Roddis/Getty Images for Ironman)
The Ironman is tough but rewarding, with people saying the buzz at the finish line is amazing. (Nigel Roddis/Getty Images for Ironman)

Sacrificing comfortable mornings in bed for a pre-work swim, having electrolyte drinks while running so you don’t collapse from sheer fatigue, and testing your determination...




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