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Every man and every woman has the ability to discover personal greatness. More and more “Average Joes” are attempting the triathlon race and the world’s most intense endurance challenge – the Ironman Triathlon. Blue Collar Ironman is written by two athletes who through their own experiences clear the path to the finish line for other typical competitors like themselves. Blue Collar Iron man is written for a person interested in getting an edge in training and accomplishing not only a triathlon but the Ironman distance triathlon. Unlike sophisticated educational material written by super freak athletes, Blue Collar Ironman is focused on the competitor who has the heart and soul to compete against themselves in accomplishing this challenge. It is the journey that drives the experience, not the prize. Endurance athlete Michael O’Shaughnessy together with his mentor Dr. Frank Rohter, an exercise psychologist, share the foot steps of learning the tricks of the race for training and finishing such an endurance event. Shown on the cover of this book, O’Shaughnessy at 40 and Rohter at 59, prove the merit of the blue collar work ethic no mater the age. Internally and externally this book will bring you to the finish line!

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