Another Ironman journey
Well 10K race on Sunday followed by 33miles on bike followed by James Bond. Was truly worn out after that lot plus 2 swim sessions this week and hurrah, a pair of goggles that didn't leak. Makes such a difference. Can't imagine swimming for 2 hours
I'd be worn out after a date with Bond as well
Did 2 hours on teh turbo. 3 episodes of Lie to Me. I do like watching tv on teh turbo
20 miles cycling about town today and then my very first tri club swim training. I liked the discipline of doing drills, but wanted to be hammered a bit harder, so its really inspired me to get out on my own and start working harder at drills .
Did my first 400m time trial as well, but lost count and did too many lengths, so that was a bit of a waste of time
ID - good to hear the op went well and you are recovering well, good luck with the rehab
ID, that's good to hear, be well.
Swimming this morning ... After a few lengths I still have to stop, feel like I've been running uphill -- pounding heart, etc. Tried slowing down my stroke, altered by breathing (I find it OK breathing on one side or bi-laterally), but still wears me out.
Maybe I simply need to get more hours in the pool.
Good news ID, take it easy.
Hopefully it will get easier with practice Tim.
I'm off fell running for the first time in the morning with my mate who's doing Norseman next year. I asked what time and he said he'll let me know but "We'll be at the top of the fell before the sun comes up". So that'll be early then.
ID - good to hear, hope your back to full fitness soon.
Nuts Holgs, have fun
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Good news ID, take it easy. Hopefully it will get easier with practice Tim. I'm off fell running for the first time in the morning with my mate who's doing Norseman next year. I asked what time and he said he'll let me know but "We'll be at the top of the fell before the sun comes up". So that'll be early then.
Does this mean you fancy taking in a fell race or two?
Where you heading and stuff?
Donkey Good news about the op but remember to heal up before you start kicking bottom.
Possibly - let's just see how it goes. Just on the local Bowland fells, but some of them are pretty hilly.
Good luck with the recovery Donkey!Fells Holgs? Are you quite mad??
Do I really have to answer that ??
Aparently I need my headtorch, a camelbak and something to sustain me for 2-4 hours.
oh and to wrap up warm as it will be "Cold above 1000ft at 5.30am"
Have fun Holgs, I'm doing a civilised fell run on Sunday morning at 8am.
sounds like a good way to start a Saturday holgs
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