You own a bike that costs more than your car.1 of 21
Or two. Or three.
When your tattoo is done.2 of 21
The swim, bike, run might take 14 hours but a tattoo is forever.
When ode de chlorine is your cologne or perfume of choice.3 of 21
And you barely even notice.
"Bricks" no longer have to do with construction.4 of 21
You mean you weren't talking about a bike-run workout?
You're not impressed when seeing 26.2 stickers.5 of 21
Only 26.2 miles?
Peeing on the bike or run isn't even weird.6 of 21
And we all know peeing on the swim doesn't count, right?
You can't get your friends to train with you anymore.7 of 21
And you don't even care (that much).
Your closet is filled with more workout clothes than street clothes.8 of 21
And don't get us started on laundry day.
Mike Reilly said so.9 of 21
If Reilly doesn't say it, does it count?
When you're busy and can only squeeze in a four-hour workout.10 of 21
The struggle is so real.
You've said, "It's just a marathon," before.11 of 21
Talk to us when you've swam and biked beforehand.
When losing toenails is a regular occurrence.12 of 21
Another one gone? About time.
When you see a beautiful lake and your only thought is, "I'd love to swim in that."13 of 21
Just admit it.
Goose bumps after watching every race or inspirational finish.14 of 21
How can you not be inspired?
When you get by in your finisher's swag at a 'coat and tie required' steakhouse after the race.15 of 21
Let them eat meat!
Your profile pic is of you finishing the big race.16 of 21
And you vow not to change it until you reach your next goal.
Tri shorts = normal underwear.17 of 21
What do you mean that's not normal?
When holidays and anniversaries are spent on the race course.18 of 21
And your significant other doesn't kick you out of the house for it (yet).
When you no longer race for yourself but for those who can't as well.19 of 21
So much sweeter.
You understand and relate to every one of the previous 19 items.20 of 21
"That's so me."