The following equipment is nearing replacement:
Bike
  • 1h 00m
  • 15.34 miles
  • -----

Trainer before bed. Feeling stronger.

Sport
  • Walking
  • 06m

Brisk dog walk. It’s cold here.

Strength
  • 15m

Upper body seated

Sport
  • Walking
  • 15m

Bundled up in the 30 degree wind chill for a leisurely but longer walk. Covered more than 1/2 mile with just a twinge of pain in the ankle.

Removed the Tallahassee half marathon from my planned races ^, sad face. Stupid pine cone. Sad to not be running, but I gotta be smart and keep my eyes on September.

Bike
  • 1h 00m
  • 15.52 miles
  • -----

Watching football. Riding feels good! Still not ready to run, ankle pain comes and goes. Maybe I’ll just keep riding until it feels safe to run.

Sport
  • Walking
  • 06m

Bike
  • 30m
  • 7.36 miles
  • 14.72 Mi/hr

Tentatively testing how the ankle feels on the trainer. Short and easy, but no pain. Edit: it was kind of achy afterwards; not sure if that was normal or because of riding.

Swim
  • 31m 07s
  • 1600.00 yards
  • 01m 56s /100 yards

Same story as last week but ankle is better. Not ready to kick, but better. Quiet and peaceful swim.

Sport
  • Walking
  • 09m

Ellie Mae

Made a bunch of progress on my IM Wisconsin training plan. The last few I've made have gotten wonky at the end with a 6-week build block, with the block ending in peak week. I decided to NOT do that this time around and am instead just backing out from peak week to be normal 3 week build/1 week recover for the entire plan. Much more logical.

Starts with 7.5 hours the first week and max is 17.5 hours in peak week.

In general the plan is:
Monday: Yoga/rest
Tuesday: Short bike
Wednesday: Medium swim, Medium run
Thursday: Medium bike
Friday: Long swim, Short run
Saturday: Long bike + brick runs starting in May
Sunday: Long run

Strength
  • 13m

Upper body seated

Sport
  • Walking
  • 11m

Ellie Mae. My ankle felt achy and hurt-y all day, but much better when I moved with this walk.

Super glorious work from home day. I really needed to sleep in a little and catch up. Sounding like a broken record, but ankle is still s-l-o-w-l-y healing. I'm surprised the deep bruising is still visible, and it's still tender to the touch. But pain is 80% gone. I still have to go down stairs one at a time because that motion is painful. But thinking I'll be able to hop on the trainer before the end of the week.

Rhode Island to Baton Rouge this morning, then back to Atlanta tonight.

Hahaha my co worker took this pic of me on the plane yesterday. We were the only two “non executives” and trying so hard to be cool...! Be cool!

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  • Ironman Wisconsin 2021 (Triathlon)
    9/12/2021 Madison, Wisconsin
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