Swim: 3,600 meters
Run: 3:25 (scheduled for 3 hour run, but walked half – see below)
Core strength: 60 minutes
My training in Austria was excellent, and put me into probably the best shape of my life …
Bike: 7 hours (I did not get off the bike once during the 7 hours, didnt even piss)
I arrived back to Dubai on Tuesday morning, and had a day off from training on Tuesday.
But this …
Swim: 3,400 meters
Core: missed workout
Today was my last long run of my 3 month training camp in Austria.
Once again, I didnt sleep well … and felt like crap, but tried to be positive and …
Bike: 7:03 (195km)
transition: less than 4 minutes
Run: 1:45 (not sure how many km)
Today was my last long ride in Austria. I slept well, and was mentally ready and excited for today.
The first 60 minutes or …
Core Strength: about 2 hours
Swim: 5,000 meters around 90 minutes
Bike: 60 minute recovery ride was canceled
I slept terribly. I woke around 3am and couldnt sleep. It’s horrible!
I met Mario at his gym at noon for …
transition: about 15 minutes
I rode the first 90km alone. I had the fastest 50km split by more than 3 minutes (I guess the wind was at my back)
Around the 90th km, I arrived …
Swim: about an hour
Core strength: nearly 2 hours (with Mario)
I had a good swim. Finally, I seemed to have a good feel for the water. There were a few other swimmers in my lane, so …
Bike: 7 hours
transition: less than 3 minutes
Run: 90 minutes
It snowed during the night, and was wet and cold so Mario told me to ride my turbo in my apartment …
(A “turbo” is something which acts …
A repost from a couple months ago.
Adam Fletcher and I were discussing my training – and I reminded him that my challenge, like many things in life comes down to this simple thought: finish or failure.