Weekly Wrap. Week 4. I have spent almost all of this in a business trip to Copenhagen, Denmark, with work-related topics on my shoulders. The good thing about such business trips during winter, is that I can skip the temperatures I despise, while they roam around Lithuania and stay in Denmark, which is warmer, in … Continue reading Ordinary steps towards extraordinary achievement
Weekly Wrap. Week 3. This week, I am mostly happy that the last week is behind me. Last week included quite a few brutal swims, which pushed forward my boundaries of uneasiness, a 3 hour indoors session and a long run outside with weather bouncing from -12 to -10 degrees in Celsius (10.4 - 14 Fahrenheit). … Continue reading Distress, distress, distress into comfort.
Weekly Wrap. Week 2. Good day to you all. With the luxury of Christmas and pre-New Year's eve period behind me, 2018 and it's first and second weeks were off to a challenging start. I am getting to a point of understanding that my coach is placing me into "two session per day" territory and … Continue reading Two Thousand Seventeen in Words.
Weekly Wrap Recently I compiled my training plan and actually so far I am managing to commit to it and it looks quite well. I am on track and progressing, sessions are going well and I am able to recover. Of course, from time to time I have to adapt to happenings around me - f.e. last … Continue reading The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
Descoping the project So last week we ended up on a low note, where I showed you how did my April and May look like. To make sense of words illness, complications, injuries which were shown on nearly every week of those months in my plan, I will try to expand onto those and tell … Continue reading Tri-ing to get ready
Quick Recap I have thought about coming back to continuing with this blog so many times during my runs, bikes (I skipped far too many swims this year, to think about blog during those), but only thanks to Ironman 70.3 Elsinore 2017 have I actually tried to set everything up to continue with it and … Continue reading Back to the Ironning