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So here the situation I find myself in.
I have hardly run, swam or biked since November. This is due to a couple of reasons, one being an injury to my quad that makes running or cycling painful but it seems to be on the mend. Two, my wife was diagnosed with breast cancer just before christmas which you can imagine put our world upside. This also means I need to spend time caring for her and the children so meaning less time to train work and do the caring.She has had the surgery andshe is about to start the chemo part of the recovery, so a little less Caring to do as its over a longish period and she has great family support.
Now its nearly March giving me 4 months to train for OutLaws or 6 months to train for Henley, I notice there are still places availiable.
My intial thought was to hell with it I'll give my Out Law place up recoup so of the money but then my wife asked me whyI was not doing any trainning as she would really like me to do the Out Laws/Henley this years as she knows it means so much to me.
So the sensible thing I suppose would be to do Henley as it gives me more time but after helping out at Out Law I would realy like to do that one.
I think 4 months of fairly intensive (well for me ) training would see me round but would that not be advisable.
What do you guys think