Triathlon

Niagara Falls Barrelman 2017

Got all my gear together in appropriate bags. Had water bottles full with nuun and Genucan in the fridge/freezer.

 

Triathlon Season 2016

Orillia Sprint Triathlon

Flat Carol - Orillia

 

Ironman Muskoka 2015 Race Report

Woke up at 3:30am

Breakfast: 2 instant oatmeals, banana with peanut butter, 1/2 cup of instant coffee with milk, 1/2 of a hard boiled egg
realized that I had frozen my perpetuem so couldn’t use that bottle for bike. Dave was able to empty it while I got ready and I made a new one.

Left cottage around 4:45, got to Deerhurst just after 5. Body marked by Signe. Put in water/Hammer Perpetuem on bike, Dropped off run gear bag, than bike gear bag. Walked to swim start.

 

The hay is in the barn

I have just finished my peak week of training for Ironman Muskoka. I can't believe I survived!

 

Less than a month to go!

With less than a month to go before Ironman Muskoka I have been crazy busy with my training. I have had my long swims and rides in the last few weeks. It's insane! Since I have trained for marathons before the running seems pretty managable.

I had my longest swim on Monday July 27th. I went to the James Dick Quarry near Caledon. It has a 1km loop and I decided to do 4 loops. It was really tough and after the 2nd loop I had to talk myself into doing 2 more.

 

Week #? of Ironman Training

I've lost count, but I've almost completed 5 months of Ironman training so far. This week has been my biggest week ever (Ok, so I say that most weeks). I swam 5850m (2h 16m), biked 212km (8h 35m) and ran 42.7km (4h 15m) in the last 7 days. Amazing! My stamina has been pretty good but I'm definitely in need of a recovery week and my coach has one planned for this week.

 

I had two 2 hour trainer rides and a 4.5 hour ride outside. 2 long swims and 3 runs, which haven't been all that long, but the bike is definitely the killer.

 

Update on Fibroid news and Ironman Training

I had my 2nd gynecologist appointment yesterday. I had made the decision to get a hysterectomy so I had my list of questions and the doctor went through them with me. I will be having an abdominal hysterectomy. It will be a total hysterectomy (removal of uterus and cervix) as well as removing my fallopian tubes. At this point I get to keep my ovaries.

Loving TrainerRoad!

For Valentine's Day my boyfriend gave me a Garmin 920XT. One of the reasons I wanted it so much was to use TrainerRoad as TR wasn't compatible with my Polar RCX5. I've been using the Garmin for a month and I love it. I've used TrainerRoad for about 2 or 3 weeks now and I am really enjoying it. Last weekend I also got myself a Kurt Kinetic Road Machine. So far I like that it doesn't wobble as much as my Cyclops Mag+ and it is a lot less noisy and it has less vibrations. But I'm a lot slower on this trainer then on the Cyclops and I'm not so enamored with that.

Ironman training moves along

Sorry, I've skipped a week or so but I've been pretty busy. Training for the Ironman has gone fairly well the last couple of weeks. The weather was at it's coldest in mid-February but thankfully since then it's warmed up quite a bit. We are now seeing plus 0 temperatures during the day and I for one welcome it!

 

Feb 23rd - Mar 1st:

UTI and fibroids

IM training has been going pretty well. I've been able to keep my energy at a good level and not feeling as fatigue as I had been. Making sure to eat properly but I've had a few bad days where I eat junk. It's difficult for me to eat so healthy for so many days in a row. I'm used to eating junk food every other day, but I feel the affects a lot faster then I have before so it helps to stay on course.

 

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