SL fink lists it as a Z2 run, sorry. It's about all I can do to stagger along!
SS nothing is set in stone , some people posted that they split to two long sessions up to make it easier, others say that since on the day you run on tired legs after the bike that it's best to do them in the right order on following days, which I guess is why Fink puts it in the plan like that. Overall I guess it's more important do actually do the sessions , then order is a bonus if you can manage it?
7755matt that's a question I have been pondering myself.
if you have any niggles then i would do your long run before your long bike as you don't want then to run on tired legs and make the niggle an injury.........I think you need to look at the plan and then use common sense........
i will laso be doing a few races with higher heart rate but trying to keep the long sesions all low heart rate........
Mind today was so beautiful.perfect biking weather that I just kept on biking some more and then some.............over 72 miles done.........over 5 hours........tired now.but got to get the miles in when they are offered on a plate
nice brick session this morning - 40 mins on the TT followed up by a 25 min run. weather's getting a bit colder now so am praying for NO ICE this weekend as i'd like to get out on the bike on Saturday
today was one of those amazing days.not too cold .. not hot......i was in shorts for the second half...blue skies and sunshine..not much wind....perfect.........
Seren - as a matter of interest when you go longer than planned on the bike do you not have a route worked out to start with? And if so at what point do you decide to add some? Do you get home and cycle off again?
I normally have a route planned, but a lot of my routes have places which I know that I can add an extra 10 - 20 miles in during the ride if I want to, or when I get to a mile away from home there is a loop I can do with a nice hill in which will add another 20 miles onto any route.
I had the route planned......but at the point where i could loop back i decided to go on....the weather and the fact i had met up with a gentleman rider I had never met before,
most rides mean i can loop longer or shorter.........or if its an out and back just keep on going out for longer......
It all makes sense now Seren
Did that 100+RPM session on the turbo for an hour this morning. It is officially the hardest session of the week. Mentally as well as physically. Unless I am doing something wrong - easy gear spinning at 100RPM solid for an hour. That is right yes?
Off trainig with lurgy the kids kindly passed on to me, not sick just very queasy so can't stomach much and feel week so trainig would be daft. Ho hum. Torn between womaning up or being sensible.
2nd swim of the week done and dusted.and it was a good one..... and yoga done..got to find running kit soon
I find myself wondering if any of the veterans have a post race/ next season plan.
I am thinking that having reached the goal and raced at week 30, their would be a maintenance load ( perhaps between race events ) and then a period between competitive seasons where you enter year 2/n a a much stronger base capability thus negating the benefits of dropping so much volume out of the fink plan ?
is this where we get into actual real person coaches and/or Friel and/or inspiration/invention whatnot ?
I took 12 months off triathlon after my first and got into ultras instead
I hope that's not catching seren
2nd swim of the week done
30 mins turbo at 100+ rpm. Wow, there was no way it was in z1, more like z4. Will check data later but it involved lots of sweat Perhaps I should have been in an even easier gear
easiest gear possible for me when trying that one................
i have just done my first run of the day.........splitting my long run today into two parts.not sure if i am ment to have a 2 and a half hour break half way through but thats the way its worked out in life
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