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TRG3SPRINTER
Jun 4, 2002 3:24 AM
Wat will a typical bike trg week mus consist of so that all aspects of bike trg will be met in the 1)BASE 2)Build 3)peak periods?....u know for egs,a typical run week will be 4 sessions consisting of LONG RUN, TECHNIQUE DRILLS , TEMPO, ...or HILLS.....u know wat i mean.....
the answer you dont want to hearSteveO
Jun 4, 2002 3:45 AM
1-2 days of riding/wk (2-10 hours).

Most of my base and strength training are done while running over the course of winter. During summer i focus my training on the swim, and use alternate days to maintain my run.

This prettymuch leaves saturday and sunday for bike and rest. I live and race in the flats so i dont feel too great a need for focusing too heavily on the bike.
re: TRGtribro3
Jun 6, 2002 3:38 PM
My training consists of 3 days of swimming, 4 days of running, and 3 days of riding. On the running I have 1 long day, followed by a recovery day, then 2 medium days the rest of the week. Sometimes one of the medium days will be a high speed training day. On the ride I ride one long day, 1 easy (low heart rate day) and one high aerobic day. I preety much foolow the plans laid out in Mark Allen and Julie Moss book, "Workouts for Working People."

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Drop Time w/o Trainingliu02bhs
Jun 12, 2002 8:37 AM
*Sit on my couch and watch TV.
*Go to work as a lifeguard.
*Eat.
*Hang out with friends.
*Sleep.

repeat the workout everyday (the workout is not listed in any order)

Come race day, just get my butt going. It seemed to work. My biking has gone from 17 to 21 mph. My running have gone for 10 min/mile to 6 min/mile. And my 500 swim went from 7:15 to 6:29. This all happened within a 3-year span. There's no secret to it. Sure, if I train I might drop my times a little. But you have to think, is the little time decrease worth the hundreds of hours of training. For me, HELL NO!!! It's just a matter of priority. Is food, friends, sleep, money, and leisure more important than pain and sweat? I think the answer is obvious. The former seems more appealling than the latter. This is why I chose my training route.

Word the Dawg...............
Drop Time w/o Training3SPRINTER
Jun 12, 2002 7:38 PM
hahaha! Perhaps u have an in borne talent in u....not evryon e is as fortunate as u...some of us will have to train smart enuf to get maximum gains wif the least input
Aging helpsliu02bhs
Jun 13, 2002 7:53 AM
I forgot to mention I'm 18, back then I was 15. I'm also very active. I just don't train.