An imaginative title for yet another Scibby training log...

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Re: An imaginative title for yet another Scibby training log

Postby scibby » 04 Jun 2014 21:19

What exactly?


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15/06. Windsor Sprint
2-7/07. Les Stables
03/08. Guildford Sportive. 100km
06/09. Sundowner Sprint. Needs BAT approval
28/09. Hever Olympic
12/10. Malta Champs? Needs BAT approval.
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Re: An imaginative title for yet another Scibby training log

Postby Bendy Ben » 04 Jun 2014 22:18

My latent fitness plan needs to be brought to bear I think
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Re: An imaginative title for yet another Scibby training log

Postby CCS » 05 Jun 2014 09:34

You have a list - you are therefore better prepared than me!
Perhaps I should make one - that might stop me forgetting stuff like BTF licence etc!
Looks from Endo like the training is paying off on the run - sure Windsor will go well (and it's a lovely day out!)
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Re: An imaginative title for yet another Scibby training log

Postby scibby » 12 Jun 2014 21:56

Thanks CCS - the running is going better than I dared to hope. Just the balsted stitch / ab pain... Anyhoo..

Week 7
MON: Turbo - Sisters - average session
TUE: Swim 2 x 400m FC, 2 x 400m Pull. FC was 7:55 and 8:05. First pull was 7:45. Second was no time.
Run 10km in 62 min.

Then sick...

Then Mandering

Week 8
TUE: Hour on bike to ensure it didnt fall apart. It didnt. Hurray!
WED: Open water swim mostly to abate The Fear. Was OK performance wise - nothing special. good to remember the importance of sighting! Nice evening out though.
THU: Run, my TT route 3.7km in 23.:27. down from 24:48 previously. Happy with that. Not happy about pain in side, however I'm OK to run through it...

Not much left this week... Just psyching up for Windsor... And on the note, here's some targets:
Target / Dream

Swim 0:18:00 / 0:17:00
Bike 1:05:00 / 1:00:00
Run 0:29:00 / 0:27:00
T1 and T2 0:04:00 / 0:04:00

Total 1:56:00 / 1:48:00

Would be well pleased with 1:56/ But there's alot of uncertainty. so tbh, I'm just gonna try and have fun!
15/06. Windsor Sprint
2-7/07. Les Stables
03/08. Guildford Sportive. 100km
06/09. Sundowner Sprint. Needs BAT approval
28/09. Hever Olympic
12/10. Malta Champs? Needs BAT approval.
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Re: An imaginative title for yet another Scibby training log

Postby Tritans » 13 Jun 2014 13:02

A lot to be said for having fun.

Brought to to me by a mate threatening not to race because he wouldn't hit a certain time ( no not me or Bopo ) ! FFS how bad does it get when you are prepared to piss £100 up the wall.

Although I do get the hump occasionally, when push comes to shove, I do this shit because I enjoy it. I'm not going to get distracted by arbitrary numbers.

Enjoy throwing biscotti at me and Gary.


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Re: An imaginative title for yet another Scibby training log

Postby jonathon.e » 13 Jun 2014 13:36

Tritans wrote:A lot to be said for having fun.


, I do this shit because I enjoy it. And if I am suffering I am going to race so hard, I am going to make the others suffer as well.




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Re: An imaginative title for yet another Scibby training log

Postby CCS » 13 Jun 2014 14:34

scibby wrote:I'm just gonna try and have fun!

+1 to that.
Sunny weather forecast; not too much wind; current dropping in the Thames... it's the recipe for a grand day out!
You will probably find me vomiting nervously on the waterfront at 6am...
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Re: An imaginative title for yet another Scibby training log

Postby Tritans » 13 Jun 2014 18:02

I ve been in the Thames today. Sorry to disappoint but the current is bloody strong.


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Re: An imaginative title for yet another Scibby training log

Postby CCS » 13 Jun 2014 18:08

Tritans wrote:I ve been in the Thames today. Sorry to disappoint but the current is bloody strong.


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Damn... still, not duathlon strong?
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Re: An imaginative title for yet another Scibby training log

Postby Tritans » 13 Jun 2014 18:11

Nope. TF !

But very strong. I did a km upstream and the same back. Literally twice as long upstream.


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