|Smiling on the outside ...|
However, I feel kind of unprepared. For Circular Logic, I ran tempos and intervals and repeats and fartleks. In the past two months, I've logged about the same miles, but focusing more on trying to enjoy the time than squeezing it for everything it's worth. I've also adding more swimming and cycling so I'm not in a total lurch when I start Ironman training in earnest. I've been doing double workouts for a while, and noticed my weight is down quite a bit from Circular Logic.
|One of our double days|
|Napoleon loves Alyssa and|
our training sessions
Finally, there's a 4-hour pace team at a 3:45 pace team. I'm debating what's the best method here: Hang with the 4-hour group for the first 20 and take off if I'm feeling it for the last 10k, or start with the 3:45 crowd and hang on for as long as I can. Choices are hard.