You can read loads and loads about every possible fitness activity, including running. From basic advice, through training programs, ending at advanced techniques, everything is covered. Yet there is one thing that is being omitted. Addiction!
The lazy time is finally over. Jokes aside, I wanted to have a calm week before the storm. I've been still going to the gym almost everyday, but haven’t done much swimming or running and on top of that I only got my bike back on Wednesday. But I finally know what I’m standing on in terms of Virgin Active London Triathlon and I've set up next four weeks of training.
I've finished my 4 weeks long running program, not missing a single workout (hell yeah!). It seemed difficult at start, but I don’t even know when these last 4 week have passed. On the other hand, I broke my bike on Thursday and I still don’t have it. I hate public transportation, busy trains and waste of time just sitting and waiting for my station. But hopefully today I will be able to resume my home - work - home cycling.
Don't know if this was a good day or not. I broke my bike, I almost died on the gym, I skipped cycling session and still had to force myself to go for a run. Little tired, but still going.
What do you do when you have planned hard interval run ant it is raining? You buck up, put some jacket and go for a run! And then you feel like a badass!
I don’t know if what I’m doing is the most optimal workout routine. Wait, I know it’s probably not optimal routine, but I’ve decided to stick with it for a while. Running, swimming and weight training puts me at around 10 sessions per week. On top of that, almost 200 km on my bike. More than enough for me.