Triathlon Training – What it Takes to Complete a Triathlon
Seriously, the above photo is a great visual representation of this week. If I seem quiet on the interwebs this week here is a peek at what is going on this week – Sunday through Sunday. Note: This is in addition to my typical 50 hour/week work schedule (40 hours + 10 hours commute time).
- Triathlon Brick clinic Sunday
- Goals Fitness Bootcamp – M/W/F
- Triathlon Tips for Success – Monday night
- Swimming clinic – Wed/Fri
- Garden visit by judges from the Pennsylvania Horticultural Center – Thursday evening. I’ve one shot to really impress the judges with my organic garden and sustainable practices – NO FREAKING PRESSURE!
- Brick (potentially) on Saturday and a visit to my hair stylist.
- Open water swim clinic – Sunday
I plan on safely completing a Sprint Triathlon. Accomplishing this goal means setting aside a big chunk of my life for training. I’m not complaining, the experience has been great so far and I’m happy with the progress I’ve made.
Remember – there is no magic berry or mandate that can substitute the work required to complete a Triathlon or maintain a healthy lifestyle.
You make it happen.