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Just Another Week

With all the raining, it's very hard to train for a very long time. If you stay too long outside, the rain might fall on you.

Monday was my recovery day and Tuesday was supposed to be my 10K run but it was raining int the afternoon, so stay inside. Wednesday morning, I did my 5K run with 3X hill sprint. Luckily I did 5k because after that it rain. Afternoon after work at 6pm, as schedule Ahmad, GD and me went for our swimming lesson. It was an exhausting training. The coach first ask us to do 30 laps of 20m pool warm up swim. After that another 30 laps swim from one end of the pool to the other end , climb up, run around the pool to the starting position, jump in/dive in - 30 times. ngalih ngalih !!!! After that another 5 sets of freestyle swim with your head above the water (sighting practice) and come back to the starting position with a normal freestyle swim. All that in one hour. At night I was so tired, it was difficult for me to sleep. 3 more lessons before the event. hopefully the training will prepare me for the 1.5km sea swim.

Yesterday afternoon, it didn't rain so we proceed with our bike training. We managed to cover around 20k with a lot of high speed endurance. My bike fitness is still not there yet. Today, I'm planning to go to swimming pool stadium and hopefully it will not rain.

Sunday morning, we are planning to go to Tasek Biru, highway Tutong. It will be just another long distance ride (endurance) with speed around 28 to 32km/h with some speed burst once in a while.

Keep on training.....................................

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Interesting. I agree with you totally. Furthermore I have another point to add. I think its essential that children today have a friendly and good swim instructor to guide them along. So that they will take to the hobby with delight, rather than find it a useless skill. But then again, most kids always love swimming afterall.