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Knowing when to move is a personal decision. The key is knowing how to initiate the conversation early.
Brief summary video to freshen up older editorial content. Made with Lumen5 for USMS and posted to Facebook.
When my sister died, I blamed myself. She was just three-and-a-half years old, and I, the big sister at age 8, had been the bone marrow donor in the last-ditch effort to cure her aggressive leukemia. It didn’t work, and in my kid’s brain, that failure translated to my failure.
Plunging into open water is often a refreshing—sometimes even a shockingly cold—experience. But depending on where and when you’re swimming, the water may not feel cool at all. If said hot spot is the site of your next open water race, that makes performing your best all the more challenging, particularly if you’re more accustomed to dealing with cooler temperatures.