The upside of being laid up at the house all day has been the ability to work on The Mermaid and I’s training schedule for IM CDA! Standing or walking around a lot causes my nose to bleed, so I am quite literally laid up. The pain is under control with the pain meds, but they make me feel totally rummy and sleepy.
The Ironman University Coaching certification really helped with the development of our training schedule. When I made both of our 70.3 training schedules, I had researched a handful of other 70.3 training plans and worked one around that fit our lives, our families and our jobs, as my main focus. So with that all still at the forefront, but with a bunch of additional information, I am super excited to see what our training will bring us for the Coeur d’ Alene Ironman.
I will need to stay super focused and make each training session really count, I would really like to finish with a strong middle of the pack finish. 2016 will be a year full of PRs.
Stay tuned, tomorrow I will be posting about my 2016 race schedule!