Another Ironman journey
TB - we need photos
Top spending Badger !!
Planet Xare good ....
Rode about 30 miles today, followed by a nearly 3 mile run. First real long training day of my Ironplan so far. Crazy weather here. It was 22C today but the weather guys just posted a winter weather advisory for the overnight hours.
Tim: I picked up Fears Unnamed. It was rather a random pick. It will be next on my list after I finish up the King book. The used book store I was in had several of your books, all for the right price too, so I'll probably be back for more later.
All depends on your flexibility and if the bike has been correctly fitted to you, once it is fitted then it should be relatively comfortable (although I rarely use mine) it gives you a change of body position .. that said if its an out n out TT bike you dont have many options
TB: I used a run/walk strategy to ease into aero bars. Rode say a mile in aero, a mile sitting up, etc. My last iron distance event, I went 5 miles in aero, 1 mile sitting up (did my eating and such while sitting up) for the entire 112 miles.
Ended up just 2 hours on turbo today instead of going out, busy family day. What a cop-out! 90 minute run scheduled for first thing tomorrow in the heavy rain, can't wait!
IY, hope you enjoy that one, collection of 4 of my novellas.
Tired Badger wrote (see)
another silly question, i hvave a speed and cadence sensor for my garmin, can i get another one for the TT bike and pair it with the same garmin? googled answer
Yes. My 310XT can have 3 bikes. However if you PX TT Mondeo is the same as mine the cadence sensors can be a bugger to fit due to the sharkfin on the chainstay.
I turbo'd on mine over winter 2011/2012 then got it on the road about this time last year. All my long rides and turbos were done on the TT. Only shitty wet weather rides were done on the road bike. I had a Retul fit for mine.
Currently using road bike for long rides and TT for turbo and racing. I loves it!
You should run better off the TT too.
Nice training IY and DTT. Must dig out one of your books DTT.
firstly apologies for having abandoned the forum. After recurrent injuries (ITB) which forced me to take 9 months off trainig, I became fat (14 st. - 5'7"= BMI30!), lazy and stopped training completely.
After brain washing myself and seeing my parents back off to Italy after the xmas holidays, I had my last drop of alcohol on January 13th 2013 at 18:00hrs. I decided to prepare for the Portishead sprint tri on June 30th, thus strictly following the just finish program of the be iron fit book (I thought by having a schedule I will stick to it and the just finish would start em slowly...)
I am now on week 6 of the schedule and currently training 6 days a week as follows:
1. two one hours swim sessions per week (one hour is with coach): 16 F/C length=10 min
2. two cycle home sessions (13miles=55 minutes)
3. three runs per week with HR @ Z2. 30-45m avg. 8.5 min/mi (so much better training by HR)
4. one cross fit/boot camp session per week (one hour)
5. I am currently on 1200 calories per day and weight 12st
6. I love it!
I am now considering purchasing a tri compression suit and have had a look around for reviews etc. It appears that the 2xu and the TRI400 skins are the most popular. Price range are similar (£110-£130). I have been using the skins TRI400 shorts and found them very good. Does anybody have any experience on which one is better/worth?
It is good to be back and thank you very much for taking the time to read my post.
Welcome back Plinsky good training going on there
I am seriously regretting my "run" yesterday - chest is feeling tight and I feel knackered walking up the stairs, obviously I'm not as over my virus thingy as I thought I was was planning a gentle ride today, but have put it off for a day. Thankfully this week is a 'recovery week' on the plan, so I should be able to get back into it easily enough.
*awaits telling off by Nursey and Melds*
Oh Fraggle, Fraggle, Fraggle...
No more of that exercise nonsense for you until you're better, young lady.
I've just put a new post up on my Ironman Wales blog. If anyone would like to have a read it's http://chasethepotato.wordpress.com/2013/03/17/so-far-so-good-so-what/
1hr 38min run, 9 and-a-bit miles ("and-a-bit" because I realised the Garmin hadn't picked up a signal when I started, so I just ran until it said 4.5 miles).
Good going SD
Thanks Nursey. Good run, my forerunner is a pain in the ass for picking up a signal sometimes.
Hows the neck 'exercising' ?
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