Yeah that's a lot of hours (not including your core, strength and Bikram). I might have 2 each 20 hour weeks 5-6 weeks out from IM but the idea is to go into it NOT tired or overtrained. Or, incur an overuse injury
Does you husband coach you right now?
No, we both were on the mission plan with QT2. When we filled out the questionnaire we said we could do up to 20-25 hours for the peak. And if I hadn't gotten my SF, I would have had one 25 and one 26 hour week. Now I realize I asked for more then my body could handle. Mentally I love training all the time. I relish long crazy days on the bike and then look forward to a run afterward. I love to come home and pass out on the sofa after a long day of training :-) But things are going to be changing big-time for this ol gal!
I really and truly love all three sports. If my body was injury proof, I'd spend all day training. I'm tired of my corporate job, I don't fit in with "normal" people, I am the happiest running on a quiet country dirt road, biking up a mountain or swimming across the Indian Brook Rez at 6am. So the more hours the better I thought.....wrong!