Trizophrenia celebrates the seemingly obsessive-compulsive rituals of the triathlete. Eat, swim, eat, work, eat, run, eat, go to bed early. Get up at dawn and do it all over again. The schedule of a triathlete demands focus and coordination, but with three sports, a job, and a family, it can be a lot to juggle. With humor, insight, and perhaps a bit of pride, Mallett spins out the story that begins with a whim or a friend's prodding and then takes on new meaning. Mallettos colorful anecdotes capture all the glory of training and the lasting rewards of race day, relishing the legs of the race that went so well and replaying the one that did not. Humorous illustrations bring to life the countless conundrums a triathlete must face and embrace. Mallettos light-hearted declaration of love for his sport draws from a wide range of personal experiences and sources literature, music, and science-that will convince anyone that life is more worth living when you are a triathlete.