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Trimarni is place where athletes and fitness enthusiasts receive motivation, inspiration, education, counseling and coaching in the areas of nutrition, fitness, health, sport nutrition, training and life.

We emphasize a real food diet and our coaching philosophy is simple: Train hard, recover harder. No junk miles but instead, respect for your amazing body. Every time you move your body you do so with a purpose. Our services are designed with your goals in mind so that you can live an active and healthy, balanced lifestyle.

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Ride Wet or Go Home

Marni Sumbal

This morning was eventful. Woke up at 5:50am with a little bit of a head cold but i was determined to get on my bike for a long ride. I headed out at 6:30am and felt the rain drops around 6:45am. Kept going in the sprinkles until the down pour came. I was soaking wet and stopped at a Hess station cause I was riding on a major road (54) in the lightening. I was on my way to the suncoast trail to ride (one of our great trails for cyclists/runners) to meet Christian, a guy that I know. He saw me at Hess and picked me and Seduza up and we headed for the trail in his car (about 3 miles down from where I stopped). If you know me at all, I just hate driving my bike somewhere to ride when instead I can just jump on my bike and ride ride ride. However, by the time we got to the trail, the rain had stopped. I was soaking wet, his wife was calling him telling him that he was crazy to ride in the rain, but we still wanted to ride. And, it wasn't raining....at the time. We jumped on our bikes and about 1 1/2 miles in our ride, down comes the rain. Although riding in the rain was fine, the thunder got louder. It was time to turn around and head back to the car. So, as my morning started at 6:30am and finished around 8am, I ended up with 15 miles and a washed set of cycling clothes. I guess if you love your bike and what you do, even a little rain won't stop you from your goals :) This morning was eventful. Woke up at 5:50am with a little bit of a head cold but i was determined to get on my bike for a long ride. I headed out at 6:30am and felt the rain drops around 6:45am. Kept going in the sprinkles until the down pour came. I was soaking wet and stopped at a HEss station cause I was riding on a major road (54) in the lightening. I was on my way to the suncoast trail to ride (one of our great trails for cyclists/runners) to meet Christian, a guy that I know. He saw me at Hess and picked me and Seduza up and we headed for the trail in his car (about 3 miles down from where I stopped). If you know me at all, I just hate driving my bike somewhere to ride when instead I can just jump on my bike and ride ride ride. However, by the time we got to the trail, the rain had stopped. I was soaking wet, his wife was calling him telling him that he was crazy to ride in the rain, but we still wanted to ride. And, it wasn't raining....at the time. We jumped on our bikes and about 1 1/2 miles in our ride, down comes the rain. Although riding in the rain was fine, the thunder got louder. IT was time to turn around and head back to the car. So, as my morning started at 6:30am and finished around 8am, I ended up with 15 miles and a washed set of cycling clothes. I guess if you love your bike and what you do, even a little rain won't stop you from your reaching your goals. :) And if your not ready to train hard, just have fun out there! And if you want to know what keeps me going, it's the days like today that I'll look back on and say "it was all worth it".