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Pyrenees Crosstrainer
Pyrenees Crosstrainer
No shortage of training opportunities here in the Hautes Pyrenees. Now I have plenty of time to train I wonder how I competed and trained for all the triathlons from 1986 onwards with a job to do as well.
So I must focus on what works best and race as and when I can.

Indian Autumn

Crosstrainerby CrosstrainerNov 20th 2009
Indian Autumn
Wow what a week after an Indian summer followed by about 12 days of rain this week its short sleeves and shorts at the end of November with temperatures of 20+C. That is except for the french who are in winter kit with a guy riding past in a balaclava under his helmet. I hope it doesn't get cold!!

So following last weeks' race I think it has been a good week so far and still 2 more days of high pressure and sun to come.

Not long till the skiing now with the XC giving a terrific all round workout. My sessions are 2 x weekly 2hours , about 15k.

"If you keep moving forward, no matter how slowly, you will get somewhere, hopefully to the finish" Old chinese proverb.

"If God invented marathons to stop people from doing anything more stupid then triathlons must have taken Him completely by surprise!"

Picture of mountain goats on the Col d'Aspin.
 
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