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Subject: 11.15.16 Tuesday Training!

Good morning BT Peeps!

4:30am:  :60 minute trainer with a 33 minute main set of intervals/sprints

5:30am:  :40 minutes upper body + core

Welcome back Dennis!  Glad you listened to your body and took some time off.  You and Steve crack me up with your 'ha ha' attitude about your weight gain.  Such a different perspective.  If I put on 12 pounds in 6 weeks I'd be freaked out  and have no clothes to wear--of course at 5' tall 12 pounds probably affects my body much differently. 

Fall sports banquet tonight and I can officially close my cross country season!

Have a great day all!



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11:40 - strength session. Added weight/resistance today, and I can confirm that I am a big wimp!

Have a great day and be safe out there!

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Starting to worry about clothes..... I've actually gained 5 pounds without taking any time off, just lower volume (about 8-9 hours a week compared to 15-16 in peak HIM training). Could care less (the way I'm built, no one else would notice until I gained another 10 pounds or so), but I can't afford to buy/make a new wardrobe! And since I design most of my work clothes and have the tailor make them, they tend to be "tailored"--not loose stuff. I have been doing a lot of strength training so telling myself it's all muscle, but actually have no idea. So far everything still fits, but a few things are getting tight around the arms. Maybe it IS muscle??

I guess no need to worry--cross-country season starts next week so I'll be on my feet several more hours a week; less time to loll on the couch.

Anyhow, fell asleep early again last night. AM: 65 minute trainer ride with some pickups at HIM pace or just under
PM: 30 minutes of strength routine, including 3X the evil stability ball transfer crunches. Whatever weight I've gained, it's not stomach flab with those going on!

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Good day all!

1 hour roller ride tonight with 6X4' tempo efforts. 20 min brick run off the bike, first time in a while.

Have a great evening.

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1250 yds in the pool early this morning. 1 hr brisk walk this afternoon.

I got a massage this morning. huge knot in the right calf, and needed some TLC.

GN BT
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