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Aug 31, 2015
For those of you that want the facts first and details later, let's dive in with a summary: I had my second best Leadville 100 Mountain Bike time at 10:09:56. I consider this a huge success because the race was HOT this year. This year was my 11th finish, so I am very familiar with what it takes to compete at, and complete the race. For the first time ever, I was at race weight in March. By race day, I was three pounds lighter than any other previous year. Achieving my fighting weight was relatively easy. I did have...
Jan 31, 2015
Hi Gale, I have just bought your 70.3 beginner triathlon training plan and loaded it onto my TrainingPeaks account. I would like it to start on a Sunday, not a Monday as Sunday is my day off. I cannot seem to do it. I have the premier edition of TrainingPeaks. Can you please let me know how to do it? Thanks, Toby ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Hi Toby, First, thanks for using one of my training plans to help you succeed. In the plan, Sunday tends to be a big workout day - so I'm not sure you want to move the...
Oct 30, 2013
A person I know, who is not an endurance athlete, asked me if I keep high levels of fitness all year. I told him I cannot maintain racing fitness year-round, but my training plan is structured so that I keep a level of fitness that allows me to do activities on a moment’s notice. Though I didn’t go into more detail with the fellow asking the question, I had to smile to myself because if I had told him what I did the day before – surely he would have confirmed his suspicions that I’m a little (pick your word...
Sep 26, 2013
Q. I have worked with a coach and saw steady gains in my power and endurance after coming to the sport of cycling a little late in life. Then I hit a brick wall called menopause. After a year of trial and error to figure out how to keep improving and not lose ground I am stumped. The changes in my hormones have caused a serious lack of endurance, a small weight gain, and I never know if I will be able to finish a long ride or race competitively because my energy levels are completely unpredictable. To say that...