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Joe - Appreciate your comments. I use a Garmin Swim, almost always in a 25 yard lap pool. Typically get in 40-45 min moving time in a one hour morning session. I've been working my way through Susanne Atkinson's Fast Forward plan on the TI Academy web site. Let me ask another way. As I lay out a week's worth of training I should identify one, at most two, workouts to do at high intensity (breakthrough). I should expect those to be cycling or running, not swimming. At my age (65) and skill level (amateur) I might do just one a week, so I should alternate bike and run. From there, increase it a little at a time until I find myself too tired to maintain that training intensity. Does that sound reasonable for a late starting age grouper?
Toggle Commented May 14, 2015 on How To Recover (Follow-Up) at Joe Friel
Training Peaks scores (TSS) my time swimming much lower than cycling and running. I am a late starting, beginner TI swimmer focused on form and technique more than power. When planning my weekly schedule should I distribute hard workouts equally between swim, bike, and run, or just bike and run? What would make a swim "hard?" Duration? My recent schedule had me doing a group ride on Tuesday morning that is all about climbing (30 min up, 10 min down, 1,000 ft.) and a group turbo trainer session on Wednesday evening with a variety of efforts. I sometimes felt like these were too close together but I cannot change the time. Lately I replaced the Tuesday climb with a solo pool workout, which I need, but I miss the social aspect of the group ride. So hard to achieve good balance. Love your new book! I'm 65 and just getting started.
Toggle Commented May 12, 2015 on How To Recover (Follow-Up) at Joe Friel
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