Cleaned up and ready for some lunch!
Swim .25 miles
Bike 10.5 miles
Run 1 mile
My sweet Grandma made us lunch and dessert. Perfect after our training! THANKS, GRANDMA...you're the best! My dad was going to kayak and bike with us, but he hurt his shoulder so he couldn't, bummer! But he was there to help us with timing our transitions, getting our bikes ready and getting us supplies if we needed them. THANKS, DAD! Loved having you there...YOU were a HUGE help!
My garmin was dead so the swim and run are estimates. We took our time since this was the other 2-gals first time doing a tri training like this. They did great and are such fun training buddies! Our time wasn't bad which makes me excited to see how we will do on race day. Looking forward to more tri training days like this and RACE day! Can't wait!
Triathlon question? How do you pace yourself in a TRIATHLON?
Do you race hard for as long as you can or do you hold back a bit so you have energy for the run? I tend to want to push myself hard, but not sure I should be doing that. It seems like when I don't push the bike too hard, I have more energy for the run.
Figured more of you experienced triathletes could help me with this.