By Babbitt, Bob
This ebook is a suite of editorials from Competitor journal and Triathlete journal. The tales convey out the human facet of operating, biking and triathlon in a special method. via humor and thought, this booklet turns into essential for all patience athletes who've made those activities not only their spare time activities, yet a vital part in their lives
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It’s too much. My dental-floss-look-alike arms fight a losing battle, struggling to keep those mammoth red piles of padding aloft at head level, quivering from the effort. Fathers and sons share a unique relationship. Most of our communication is of the barely spoken variety. When you’re about four or five, a glove and a ball are introduced for the first time. Not a lot of dialogue comes along for the ride. “Let’s throw” is what I remember. Further down the father-son timeline, dad introduces a full assortment of life’s props with the same type of exciting banter.
All they have to do is put on 12 layers of clothes – none of it matching – and go frolic in the powder. They don’t have a best-dressed award. Instead, there’s the best snowball arm – the longest distance thrown and the most resourceful in a full-on snowball attack. That’s important. The biggest bummer? Getting all your snowball battle gear on and then realizing you have to completely ungear and go to the bathroom. In our Midwestern version of a street gang, every neighborhood had its own snow fort.
Let’s throw” is what I remember. Further down the father-son timeline, dad introduces a full assortment of life’s props with the same type of exciting banter. ” “Let’s drive” and “Let’s fill out these college applications” is still light years away. I remember how the basement boxing started. I came home from school with a bloody nose after a scuffle of some sort. The next day, these red lace-up pillows entered my life. “Let’s box,” said my dad. My dad worked late every night, so by the time he got home the rest of the family had already eaten.