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CJ triathlete Dina gives us a race recap. In it you can find some helpful tips that you might be able to apply to the race called life.
Titanium Triathlete explores the vulnerability that comes with visibility and grapples with what it means to be seen as a "sick girl".
Recovery weeks 3 – 5, from first sneeze to first run. Slowly but surely I'll be back. I'm no stranger to fighting like hell for something I love, getting knocked down, having that something taken away, and then enduring the suffering all over again to get it back. Somewhat of a professional endurer of all things pain if you will. It's going to be one hell of long road, but I've got this.
Not going to sugar coat it. I am suffering, bad today. It's been downhill ever since the pain block wore off. The pain is beyond excruciating.
CJ Blogger Dina Neils, a triathlete with RA & two total hip replacements, combats the brain fog of heavy pain meds to chronicle her recent wrist fusion surgery
CJ SpokesAthlete Dina Neils, a triathlete with RA & two total hip replacements, shares how she swam, biked, ran, cried & fought her way across the finish line at Nationals
Meducating. Infotaining. Revolutionizing medicine through social media. CJ Blogger Dina Neils was so impressed by #HealtheVoices15 she wrote about the conference on the plane home from JFK to Sacramento
Once told she would never run again, CJ SpokesAthlete Dina Neils, who refused to let RA and two total hip replacements keep her down, writes about chasing her dream despite the pain and turmoil of disease
CreakyJoints SpokesAthlete Dina Neils with a playlist of her favorite songs for healing the body, mind and soul
CreakyJoints SpokesAthlete Dina Neils fights back tears as she delivers her Jingle Bell Run honoree speech