I’ve been debating what to say in this weeks blog. 3 sessions in a week does not a Kona qualifier make. Admitting I’m having problems feels like admitting to failure but something’s not right and hasn’t been for a quite some time. The training hasn’t been having the usual effect and I don’t seem to be getting the resulting gains in speed and fitness I normally do with the level of training I’ve been doing. It’s been gnawing away at the back of my head that something’s wrong but I kept on telling myself it would come good in time. I also kept on telling myself that it was just the training volume and load that had me constantly tired but I think there’s something more than that. I’m seeing a doctor next week and we will hopefully get some answers. Anyway Let’s get on with this weeks fairly short update.
If you want to get caught up with my older Project Kona posts you can do that here
Or if you just missed last weeks that’s here
Wednesday 13 3:40 (1)
Bike 3:40 98k
Struggling with the position on the bike and energy still very low. Not happy at all with how things are going at the moment. Ais thinks we have to back right off and both try to recover and try to get to the bottom of what’s going wrong. I’m of the same opinion.
Thursday 14 1:50 (1)
Run 1:50 19.5k easy run
Run 1:00 10k easy
Weekly training hours/session
Total 6:30 (3)
Bike 3:40 98k (1)
Run 2:50 29.5k (2)
Monthly accumulated training hours/session
Total 29:40 (19)
Swim 2:00 5500 (2)
Bike 15:25 412k (5)
Run 10:45 116k (10)
S&C 1:30 (2)
July was always going to be the hardest month to train as work is very busy and there’s a lot more hours required. I thought I would be able to keep going but it doesn’t seem so. I just hope I can get back training in any way next week.
Chasing Kona eBook available
From smoker to back of the pack triathlete to the Ironman World Championships.
Read about how I overcame all of the odds and discovered what it would take to get to the Ironman World Championships – my eBook is now available to buy as an eBook on Amazon UK, Amazon US, Barnes & Noble, and iTunes
It is also available as a paperback at Wheelworx.