Meet Lindy Crimmins!
When she puts her mind to it, she is UNSTOPPABLE!
Let's get to know her better!
Q: What are you passionate about?
Lindy: "Balance and finishing things, for me that means in winter or wet weather doing more yoga and playing in the snow than specifically keeping up with Tri specific activities. Climbing hills while sledding is definitely great cross-training."
How did you get started in Triathlon?
Lindy: "I did an indoor Tri in the 2008 and a small local one at someone’s tiny lake where I learned I am not much of a fish but am pretty good at biking even with the heavy cruiser I rode back then."
Q: What do you enjoy most about our sport?
Lindy: "The inclusion. Everyone has their own personal objective."
Q: How do you juggle your family, job, social life, other hobbies with your training?
Lindy: "I probably do the least training of anyone, at this time. As the season gets closer, I bike commute (groceries, work) and run with my puppy who always wants to go faster. I don’t currently swim. I change my training time to catch my favorite training temperature, 50-60 degrees."
Q: What is the greatest challenge you face when training?
Lindy: "Getting out of bed and sneaking out of the house unnoticed if I’m training in the morning."
Q: Who or what, in triathlon, inspires you?
Lindy: "All the Betties, how this is a lifelong sport, and getting to travel the country and see new courses."
Q: What is your favorite race or training moment?
Lindy: "Always the beginning of a race, right when it’s starting."
Lindy Crimmins uses every day tasks to get her training done! Bike to the grocery? YEP!
Tiffany Alsabrook is passionate about fitness and keeping the weight that she lost off. She especially loves her bike!