Ironman Finisher Documents Training Journey
Sterling Morris signed up for Ironman Ceour d'Alene and made a goal to shoot, cut and produce a video about his training journey to the start line.
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As part of his 2014 New Year’s Resolutions, Sterling Morris decided to compete in an Ironman. He signed up for Ironman Ceour d’Alene and made a goal to shoot, cut and produce a video about his training journey to the start line.
“Completing a 140.6 triathlon is hard—it’s very hard,” Morris told Triathlete.com. “I produced the video to illustrate the amount of training and planning that is involved in completing a major goal. I also produced the video in an attempt to inspire viewers to set their own ‘big, hairy, audacious goals.'”
Watch the resulting video above.