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May as well put it out there again .... (if I don't someone else will :shy: )

 

Same as last year - for the record

 

Previous years

 

Swim - 103.2km (down)

Bike - 7633km (up)

Run - 1554km (same)

 

Yoga - None (same)

 

Flame away :sadwalk:

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Rode abit

Swam abit

Run abit

Did freaking lots on the trainer and in the endless pool

 

 

Pretty much the same as last year as I have no idea

But at a guess I swam more and rode more

Results speak for themselves

Not what your strava or Garmin account tells ya

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I'm surprised the folks at Garmin and Strava didn't ring me to make sure I wasn't dead I did that little last year.

 

Most of the "reasons" for being slack are behind me now so hoping for a better tilt at 2017.

 

Off for a beach run shortly to kick off the year.

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Clearly these stats tell me I've been bloody LAZY in 2016

 

2015

Swimming 269.63 km

Cycling 8,751.41 km

Running 1,916.48 km

 

2016

Swimming 142.37 km

Biking 3,527.29 km

Running 777.86 km

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Swim 110km

Bike 5,070km

Run 2,250km

 

Probably a third of those totals in the first six months and the remainder in the last six months of the year.

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Swam 341km

Rode 161hrs (all mtb)

Ran 848km

 

Could still go sub 10 in an ironman too.

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No idea (dont record things), but a damn sight less than 2015.

Aiming for in-between in 2017. Started the year with a run at 7am.

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Ok, without scrolling back in the thread, how on earth do you all know your totals? Is every session logged on a garmin / strava etc?

 

I can tell you my annual Wiggle spend. But thats it!

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Could maybe still go sub 11 in an ironman too.

FTFY.

 

 

 

 

We'll never know though. I'd rather go on a holiday or mtb trip than spend 1k on a days exercise.

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FTFY.

 

 

 

 

We'll never know though. I'd rather go on a holiday or mtb trip than spend 1k on a days exercise.

Same reason i stopped at 10.

 

1k is farkin dumb.

 

Thats 66 friday night mountain bike races

A crit race ever weekend of the year.

40 club races triathlon sprint.

285 coffees.

 

The value for ironman is no longer there.

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The young bloke and I are off to Thredbo with 3 nights accom and 3 days lift passes for 2. $640. No brainer for me.

 

I think the pricing is perhaps ok for a newbie, but once the novelty wears off, 1k is taking the piss for a few road closures and SFA else.

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Ok, without scrolling back in the thread, how on earth do you all know your totals? Is every session logged on a garmin / strava etc?

Today, as I'm not by my computer, I looked at my Garmin Connect account on my phone and got the info there.

 

Otherwise I have a spreadsheet where I log all my sessions, log running kms and which shoe they were run in.

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Ok, without scrolling back in the thread, how on earth do you all know your totals? Is every session logged on a garmin / strava etc?

 

All my sessions are logged on Garmin Connect, including Zwift. My Computrainer session distances may not be recorded as I have forgotten to get the distance after the session ended. I've been mainly concerned with heart rate, power and calorie burn anyway as I have been trying to lose weight and improve bike power.

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2016

Swim - 0

Bike - 0

Run - 516km

2015

Swim - 49.6km

Bike - 2101km

Run - 933km

2014

Swim - 49km

Bike - 2476km

Run - 1093km

2013

Swim - 56.7km

Bike - 2361km

Run - 721km

2012

Swim - 125km
Bike - 2010km
Run - 420km

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2016

Swim - 0

Bike - 0

Run - 516km...

 

Maybe some trail running should be your goal for this year, it's logistically so much easier than triathlons especially if you're time poor. Then just do some swims and rides for recovery or as a break from the running. You'll be back in no time!

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Swim - 510km

Ride - 220km (doesn't count the occasional 5km ride while my son runs, or the trip down to the shops)

Run - 35km

 

Looking to do at least that combined total swimming this year, over double it riding, and a couple hundred running.

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Swim - 234km

Bike - 7,025km

Run - 1,368km

 

Not expecting the same volume this year as no IM's, plus I had the opportunity to work part time leading up to Port Mac - doubt that will happen again!

 

 

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Otherwise I have a spreadsheet where I log all my sessions, log running kms and which shoe they were run in.

Where do you find the time?

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Swim 87km

Bike 10,452

Run 899km

 

Still too many running injuries to get back into this triathlon stuff much, so I loose interest with the swimming as well and hit the bike. Plenty of mtb in those kms.

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Swam 377km (362 in 2015)

Rode 7076km (7894 in 2015)

Ran 285km (878 in 2015)

 

This year I'm aiming to run further than I swim.

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Swam 377km (362 in 2015)

Rode 7076km (7894 in 2015)

Ran 285km (878 in 2015)

 

This year I'm aiming to run further than I swim.

I wish. :(

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2016

Swim - not sure but not enough

Ride - 5464km/ 178 hours

Run - 671km / 60 hours

 

2015

Swim - not sure but not enough

Ride - 4139km/ 158 hours

Run - 426km / 38.5 hours

 

I've probably had 18months - 2 years of the most consistent training I've ever done.

Entering Cairns 70.3 for the past 2 years and buying a kickr has meant that I've kept going over winter whereas previously I only trained in the warmer months.

 

I should go and service my bike.

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Started logging training for first time ever at start of September... So last 3 months of 2016 (this included a long course worlds and 3 70.3 races which are not included in totals)

 

 

Swim - 245km

Bike - 3814km

Eun - 702km

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2016

Swim - not sure but not enough

Ride - 5464km/ 178 hours

Run - 671km / 60 hours

 

2015

Swim - not sure but not enough

Ride - 4139km/ 158 hours

Run - 426km / 38.5 hours

 

I've probably had 18months - 2 years of the most consistent training I've ever done.

Entering Cairns 70.3 for the past 2 years and buying a kickr has meant that I've kept going over winter whereas previously I only trained in the warmer months.

 

I should go and service my bike.

Great couple years Gundy , but get serious you won't service your bike, you will just upgrade again !! And you forgot all you SUP km [emoji1]

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Swim: 50.9kms (down from 122.4 in 2015)

Bike: 2795.8kms (down from 3801.1 in 2015)

Run:: 2382.4kms (up from 2086.8 in 2015)

 

Best IM: 10:51 (down from 12:12 in 2015)

 

Obviously swim and bike training are overrated :)

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9 months of training/racing for me. It was probably enough for the 9 months but I am now regretting doing nothing for 3 months:-

 

Swim: 133 kms (PB)

Ride: 2,630 kms (PB)

Run: 532 kms

Gym: 26 hours

 

Maybe I should borrow Lachie's 3 months to make a full year :shy::shy:

 

FM

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Maybe some trail running should be your goal for this year, it's logistically so much easier than triathlons especially if you're time poor. Then just do some swims and rides for recovery or as a break from the running. You'll be back in no time!

 

I should have added that on top of that I did 108 45-60min gym glasses.

 

I had a pretty good year fitness wise and am really enjoying the break from Triathlons but do want to increase my running more. :D

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Maybe some trail running should be your goal for this year, it's logistically so much easier than triathlons especially if you're time poor. Then just do some swims and rides for recovery or as a break from the running. You'll be back in no time!

That's exactly what I did in 2016. Trail running is great for building strength. My overall tri performance improved a fair bit as result, despite spending less time on the bike. It's also a lot more enjoyable than road running.

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2016

 

Training (not including race distances)

Swim 43km

Bike(outside) 1750km

Bike(Zwift) 2307km

Run 293km

 

Racing

1x IM, 2x 70.3

 

Overtime(paid) 184h

Overtime(unpaid) ~250h

 

Kill me now.

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