I am just going to talk about the weekends
5/16 (Sat): 91 mi bike + 15 min run
5/17(Sun): 2:30:00 run
5/23(Sat): 2:00:00 bike + 1:00:00 run
5/24(Sun): 16 mi
5/30(sat): 85 mi bike
5/31(sun): 10 mi run
6/6 (sat): 6 hr bike/run circuit
6/7 (sun): 18 mi
6/13 (sat): ~100 mi bike ride. Bike from Anaheim to Solana Beach (near San Diego)
6/14 (sun): 20 mi run
bike bike bike, run run run... you'll get use to it. The only thing that I still hate is swimming. I always tell myself Cancer Kids have it worst... but still... I hate swimming.
The 6/6 training was interesting. We bike a 13 mi loop, then run for 1.17 mi, then we get back to the bike again. So we bike, run, bike, run, bike, run, bike, run, bike, then run.... We did the course 5 freaking times. And did I tell you you have to do it consistently. The coach actually keep track of our time and tell us to speed up if we are going slower than our fastest lap. It can really break you because you get bored. I stayed focus and I finished strong (and slow of course). Having the mindset of doing a few more definitely help. I am too slow for most teammates and I am a bit faster than others... so I was alone most of the time.
I am looking forward to the San Diego Ride. I am sure I'll have something to say when I come back.