I'm beginning to have my doubts about my training schedule, and the mayhem it's creating with my full-time job and my LIFE in general!
Monday - teach spinning 5:00pm
Tuesday - teach running clinic 12:00pm, masters swim 6:30pm
Wednesday - teach step 6:30am
Thursday - teach running clinic 12:00pm, masters swim 6:30pm
Friday - pilates and weights
Saturday - long bike ride 9:00am
Sunday - long run 8:30am
I've been holding up this training for a while, but still need to do more bike work according to most half-Iron training schedules. I don't know where to fit it in! I feel like I can't eat or sleep enough! ARG!
How do normal people do this? I had no problem training for sprint and Olympic distance triathlons. How do other people make the jump and still have a life?
I'm frustrated and tired today, and it's only February. My plan was to do one year of sprints (2002-2003), one year of Olympic (2003-2004), a few years of half-Iron (2004-2006) so that in the year I turn 30, I will do a full Ironman. I don't want to put the kibosh on my plan!
This is supposed to be fun.