> Hi there,
> Just wondering whether 3 brick workouts
> consisting of 40k bike and 8.5-10k
> run, and 4 swims a week, weights and circuit
> training...is enough, or
> Where does one draw the line at burnout? Coaches
> and peers advise, "do what
> feels right, and comfortable," but how much time
> should be put into chasing
> down and getting that new PB - I find I'm trying
> harder on every workout just
> to be consistent in terms of reducing my times
> and getting a new PB each time.
> Any helpful advice would be appreciated and can
> be emailed to
> Thanks in advance.
Your workouts sound good to me, I usually bike 5
times a week, run 6 or 7 days a week and swim
4-5. Many days I do all 3 events (although I dont
lift weights). Luckily I have the available time
to do this, if not I would concentrate on quality
with a long ride or run each week. Some days I
just dont feel like doing 3 events or even 2,
this is usually a good sign you need a rest that
day, which I take. I think consistency is the
most important part of any exercise program.
Keep up the good work...
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