Triathletes are often overly focused on physical training. This post begins an investigation into the cognitive loads that triathletes place on their brains.
Today was a brick. I stepped it up a bit. The bricks I’ve done thus far have been pretty relaxed. I decided I’d ratchet the intensity up. On the bike, I took fewer of the rests. I took less advantage of the rests. On the run, I ran ‘out’ at 8 minute miles, instead of… Continue reading day twenty – focus
Today was a bike workout. It was a bit of a blur, I guess. I forgot I’d done it until I left for the library. Now I’m at the library, writing about it. Strength sessions on the bike are a neat idea. In order to save time (and a lot of squats) simply push a… Continue reading day nine – blur