Sophia is finishing the “build stage” of her training. She has worked up to swimming 3/4 of a mile, biking 20 miles, and running up to four miles. This has been a 12 week undertaking. Her dad is proud of her and she is proud of herself.
During the week we focus on biking, swimming, running, and stretching. On the weekends, we do longer swimming, biking, and running distances.
Sophia now wants to share with you her nutritional edge and insights.
Dear readers looking for nutritional values….
I have found that I have had a moment. I have to admit,
I love rainbow sprinkles.
Ok, now, the background story behind this video is from not to long ago, yet it seems so long ago.
A couple years ago, dad and I would get up at 5:30 AM to run, beat the heat, and see the morning sunrise. [a favorite highlight moment with my daughter – Dad]
So to give me
extra energy, I would eat chocolate chip waffles with whip cream, and my favorite….rainbow sprinkles!
After today’s bike ride, we were talking about the “past”. So that little story came up and because I am “me”, I had to come up with a dry humorous joke. [those are my own words].
I pretended I was in a commercial promoting rainbow sprinkles. When we got home, dad wanted to take a video of it, because it was so funny to both of us.
So you get the point, we made a video…
that I think is awesome!
So I hope you enjoy the video as much as I did making it. By the way, if you haven’t got the point yet, rainbow sprinkles are made for triathlete’s breakfast and are amazing! – Sophia