Endurance House Twin Cities
After years of climbing the corporate ladder, traveling the world and spending countless evenings at fancy restaurants entertaining customers, Ken realized, after catching his breath from climbing the stairs in his home, that he was really out of shape.
So in 2009, he made the decision to become a triathlete. His wife Kelly laughed at the thought. But after months of relearning to swim, relearning to run and trying to keep up with his friends on a bike he completed a sprint triathlon. Kelly thought it looked like so much fun she decided to train for a triathlon the next summer.
Who knew that this change in lifestyle would lead to many 5k’s, half marathons, full marathons and triathlons, including a half ironman. They have their sights on even longer events in the future as they have a hard time turning down a challenge.
When asked what the most rewarding part of this growth has been, they both say it’s watching their friends compete with them.