Fatman to Ironman

Another Ironman journey

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M...eldy    pirate
09/02/2013 at 18:32

I actually had to get off and walk 5 mins home just to get the blood flowing to my toes as I couldnt bare it any longer!

ChallengeGoGoGas    pirate
09/02/2013 at 18:58
Well done guys, now on the turbo

Did think of putting cider in the bottle but decided against it...
M...eldy    pirate
09/02/2013 at 19:01

with my track record of falling off the turbo going anywhere near it with alcohol would be a recipe for disaster!!

09/02/2013 at 19:06

SD, great running mate!  I'm off to recce the Blaenavon Tri bike route tomorrow.

09/02/2013 at 21:09

Great job SD! I thought you were some fat chain smoking bloke?

Just did 6.46 miles in an hour on a hotel dreadmill.  Kiddo's ice hockey team lost 1-0 in their first game.  It's competitive so no guarantees on playing time so my kid is pretty upset that she didn't get to play much.  She's the youngest on the team, though.  Not sure how to handle it to be honest. 

09/02/2013 at 21:16
Have fun Tim.

IY- Big her up for actually making it onto the team. That must be an achievement. Respect to anyone playing ice hockey as well. Pretty rough from what ive seen.

My daughters in a cross country comp representing her Army Cadet troop tomorrow. Weather is going to make that interesting.
Edited: 09/02/2013 at 21:17
ChallengeGoGoGas    pirate
09/02/2013 at 21:45
Finished my turbo session, went for a sprint finish and got up to 65.5 km/h... Managed to avoid a heart attack and then had 15 min cool down

Overall 52km covered

Great running SD, best of luck to your daughter tomorrow
10/02/2013 at 09:12
Thanks Gas.

No snow but lots of rain here. Need to go out for my run but obviously its more important to he on the Internet typing rubbish

Motivation required please
10/02/2013 at 09:27
SausageDog wrote (see)
 
 
Need to go out for my run but obviously its more important to be on the Internet typing rubbish  

How very true!!!!

10/02/2013 at 09:29

SD - if you haven't gone yet, get off here and go! 

10/02/2013 at 11:59

Done. 1hr 15mins

Now Arleyas turn, while i'm wearing a big warm coat and drinking tea

Rafiki    pirate
10/02/2013 at 12:46
Gastank wrote (see)
Finished my turbo session, went for a sprint finish and got up to 65.5 km/h... Managed to avoid a heart attack and then had 15 min cool down

Overall 52km covered 

how do you calibrate the speed on your turbo Gas?

10/02/2013 at 14:42

Did 90 mins hard on the turbo in our garage, went to go in the house and discovered Mrs CTP had gone out for a few hours and locked me out of the house. Unscheduled brick session in the sleet and rain ensued as I ran round town looking for a spare key!

http://chasethepotato.wordpress.com/

 

Edited: 10/02/2013 at 14:43
10/02/2013 at 15:26

Heavy rain, freezing cold, went out on bike to try the Blaenavon Tri course ... feck me those hills are killer, made even worse with the torrents of water and road surface all but washed away in many places.  Thinking that really isn't a route for a road bike.  I'll admit, I turned around and came home, did about 15 miles in all.  Hardest ride I've ever done -- froze and lost several bits of my anatomy.  

Hot coffee makes everything better.

10/02/2013 at 15:31

Afternoon everyone!

Yesterday was a good day.  Before breakfast: 90min turbo in the garage before going straight out for a brick run of 30 mins at a steady pace.  After lunch: Train to London. Evening: Kreftwerk at the Tate Modern with my 60 somethings Father.  Smiles all round.

I had hoped to go to the pool early evening for a 2k endurance swim (WU 300m - Main 15 x 100m at race pace +10s with 15 secs rest between reps - Cool Down - 200m).  Remember, I'm only going half distance this year (Sept) so I'm not needing to put too much into the pool so early in the build phase of things. 

That said.  I'm quite pooped from yesterday so I may give it a miss or simply swim a slow and steady recovery work out. 

(Edited for spelling errors)

Edited: 10/02/2013 at 15:32
10/02/2013 at 16:53

Good training all.

Some how i wound up walking the 5k cross country course my daughter did today.

As she's 13 she was supposed to be in the Junior group, however, due to lack of numbers they bumped her up to the intermediate category (14 to 15 years) to make up that teams numbers, which seemed a bit unfair to me. However, she still came 2nd

So, thats the Norfolk ACF trials done, she now does the Regional in March, a decent result there and it's off to the Nationals. She will run as a Junior going forward apparently.

10/02/2013 at 17:32

SD - well done to your daughter, that's brill

10/02/2013 at 17:36
Pool heaving tonight. Lots of slow slow people. Session on turned into an easy 1.6k recovery swim. T think back mid to late last year I struggled to do a single 50m rep.

He everyone had a cracking weekend. Family meeting tonight. I may discuss with the OH having a go at the full distance this year rather than next (which probably means IM Wales).
M...eldy    pirate
10/02/2013 at 17:58

2 hr mountain bike
45 min cross trainer
15 min stretching
80 mins rugby
10 mins eating



10/02/2013 at 18:56

Weekly update

http://clearseaz-timetogetfit.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/ironman-uk-training-week-5.html

 

Looks like you had a productive day Melds

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