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My 2nd time at this event, 2,27,10 last time round, will train a lot harder this time round.
yes - there's no apostrophe in tips
Delnic, you haven't exactly given us very much to go on, but given the the tearjerker is a sprint distance event, albeit off road, that doesn't look like a great time to be honest.
Simply doing more should help, training 6 days a week with one day off, 2 days each of swim, bike and run looks like a good start.
What training are you doing now ?
May be it is a case of not training harder, but smarter ?
Biking 5 miles a day to and from work, gym 3-4 days a week, swimming 2x a week.
The guys are right, we really need a lot more information to be able to help you a bit moreCan I presume that you do your running in the gym? If the sprint is off road then get out and run off road ... get your key sessions in a week 3/3/3 or 3/2/2/ and compliment with gym work but not instead of is my opinion
Doing cardio and light weights, was gyming it tonight ,but will take your advice and go for a run!, will aim to do a 20 miler sat or sun, cheer's!
Give us a typical weeks training for you ...
I don't do any gym work.
While gym work clearly helps, if you are limited by time I would suggest it is your lowest priority and it is more important to get 2 swim, bike and run in per week. If you have time then by all means add some gym work on top.
Mon,gym 60-90min's 40 min's is cardio the rest light weighs & swim 30 min's
Tue's gym same as above no swim.
wed same as mon.
Fri same as Tue's, rest sat , sun. Bike 5mile round trip to and from work
too much gym and not enough running or biking. simple as
Cheer's, will change a few things.
Changed quite a few things , working to a program, 2,2,2 and a bit of gym work, building it up slowly, cheer's for the tip's!
Be careful of overtraining.
and stop sticking apostrophes where they're not needed!!
When I do gym stuff I try to do as much core work as possible.....