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The problem I had the last couple of years is: my marathon is last week of May, so that really threw a wrench in my bike training. I felt like come tri season I was always trying to catch up on the bike training.
This winter I'm aiming for 3 days a week. So it's should not be that hard to fit in the running. It's just the swimming that tends to suffer.
I like your comments about not starting off too fast. Always fun to watch people go out huge and then disappear in early January. Similar to watching people go out really hard on the bike in an IM ;-)
Slow your commutes down to just over 8:00/mile, and you'll be on pace for sure victory in the 150/100. Unfortunately, that doesn't start until April so you'll have to do it all over again :)
"The right to party is a battle we have fought, but we'll surrender and go Amish... NOT!" -Wayne Campbell
As the weather got better, I added a medium 17-20km run on Wednesdays.
Got an 8min PB on my marathon following that plan as well :-)
I think I will also plan to do the 100K/month swim challenge, 2500mi/month bike challenge and P90x (doubles) all at the same time.
Is it tomorrow somewhere yet? Should I stay up till midnight and get#1 in? Nah, I'll get up early instead.
My only hope for fame is a blizzard with white-out conditions sometime in late January.
Have fun everybody. Be safe.