70.3 Florida

Date: Sunday 10 April 2016 Add To Calendar
Location: Haines City, Florida (United States)

Taking place at Lake Eva Park in Haines City, Florida, athletes will enjoy the fresh water, 1.2-mile swim in Lake Eva, a challenging 56-mile bike course through rural, Citrus Orchards in Polk County and a scenic 13.1-mile run course around the lake and throughout the park.

Website: http://floridahalfironman.com/
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© Scott Flathouse 2016 Ironman Texas The Woodlands, TX ★ 2016.05.14 After spending decades studying how people deal with setbacks, psychologist Martin Seligman found that there are three P’s—personalization, pervasiveness, and permanence—that are critical to how we bounce back from hardship. The seeds of resilience are planted in the way we process the negative events in our lives

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