and I've found out that we can fly Exeter - Nice
and Mr kk is going to put in for leave tomorrow.
I'm actually going to do this
Oooh, who do you fly from Exeter with? Is it expensive? BA was about £100 from London.
flybe, I'm sure you could go from Bristol too...
I can't get any prices or flight info this far in advance (unless I just don't know how to find it!)
If KK spends as much training as posting she'll win Hawaii
This just arrived in my inbox from a good mate
but........ I have an awful lot of hard work to do...........
I just want to finish.....
(make sure you do rehab that ankle properly tho ) phsyio then swimming first and then biking and then running
you are mad - but hey -nothing wrong with that -im sure you will do it
and i haven't even completed a marathon, the furthest I've run was 20 miles.
I just need to get through this, i just want to finish.........
It's such a huge thing.........
No need to run more than 30 mpw for first IM - if you are injury prone then longer bbrick sessions are ideal.
Enjoy and don't get carried awy. sort out teh swimming before Christmas - even then jsut learn to swimwith good technique and the distance will come. There's no need to have swum more than 2kin one go before the day as long as the session in total is over 3.5k
PS Austria is by far teh hardest IM
i think you will do it -im sure you can
just get that ankle strong first tho - dont cut corners on the rehab
Id say you could pretty much put the running on minimum maintenance or even do virtually none until the new year.
You may well gain as much by spending that time in the saddle instead and give your legs plenty of time to recover.
Thats what I'm thinking Barly, i've spent 22 years running - that's the bit I can do. Over the last 6 years, I've had 2 kids and really only run so x-training has been at a minimum. I need to get the cycling muscles working.
and I'll mention again that I need to learn to swim properly!
Gumps, the running is the only thing I've got any confidence in.....
but I've got to be really mentally strong with this, and I can be - I just hope my body holds out!
Kitzy... now you and Garr are both doing it I'll see if I can talk TT into coming to support. Would be a nice weekend away...
Yes you're barking (unusual condition for a cat) but the we knew that before!
Have you thought of logging your training on Fetch? It's been spruced up quite a bit and enables you to map & log all kinds of runs and other cross training including about 4/5 different cycling categories and a few swimming categories. It gives you pretty stats and graphs across the year, predicts times etc.
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