I love numbers. From the beginning of my athletic career (gymnastics), through grade schools and college (baseball), to now (triathlon, endurance sports), being able to measure and quantify results and progress has always been one of my favorite things to do. I am obsessed with batting average, home runs, RBI’s, WAR, OPS, isolated slugging percentage, win probability added, watts, mph, RPM, stride rate, splits, and transition times. But not heart rate – I hate heart rate.
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