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Re: Another article about how dumb triathletes are [boobooaboo]
I lived that schedule, only working more and sleeping less...... from 2006 to 2016. And mostly held it together. Only partially alienated my family. Mostly excelled at work. Got faster but not nearly as fast as I wanted to be. My coach told me point blank, that my work schedule was preventing me from making athletic improvements, but it did pay the bills.

During my last triathlon in 2016 I realized that I was just tired. Vowed to not ride my bike for a year and didn't miss it a bit. I raced one tri in 2017 on residual fitness.

It's been nice getting an extra hour or two of sleep every night since I didn't need to get up to swim. I've run a modest amount of miles and stayed in shape. But, I've finally got the itch to get back in to tri and have signed up to race next summer.

ETA: yes, I'm dumb.

None of the secrets of success will work unless you do.
Last edited by: wannabefaster: Dec 5, 19 10:25

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