Monday, March 7, 2011

Remember Me?

I have just wrapped up one of the busiest months in as long as I can remember. The juggling act between family, work and training hit a serious peak over the last month between wrapping up a major project for work, traveling, two birthdays and two birthday parties, our whole family fighting the flu, oh and of course, training for a little race that is just around the corner.

I had my longest brick to date this weekend - 80 miles on the bike followed by a 5 mile run. I am starting to feel at home again in the saddle, but I am not quite to where I was leading up to Cedar Point.

Starting at the end of March, I plan to spend the two months leading up to the race doing as many of my long rides on the IMTX course as possible.

I am looking forward to catching up on all of your blogs and sharing a few product reviews that I have been working on. Long rides give me lots of time to think - lots of blog fodder!

Happy Monday!


Matthew Smith said...

That's a pretty intense brick workout..80 miles + 5 run! Way to go Anne! Keep up the good work!!!

Ironman By Thirty said...

It sure sounds like it was a busy month! Keep up the great training!

Jeff - DangleTheCarrot said...

That darn flu took us all down for a little while. It sucked big time!

Been riding the course a lot and having a good time doing it. Lots of rollers!

Andree said...

I am glad you successfully made it through a tough month!! I was actually thinking about you this past weekend-that we will get to meet at IM TX!! Please send me details about the course when you ride, since I love too far away to join you :(
Hope this month slows down with "junk" so you can train hard!

Colleen said...

Hey Anne! Sounds like things are going well, despite being a tad hectic! :)

Mer! said...

Hi Anne!! Ugh about the not fair....hopefully you guys are healing quickly and things will settled down. You're doing awesome in your training with balancing everything!!!!

Hope we get to meet up sometime this year!!

Kurt @ Becoming An Ironman said...

Glad to have you back.

I'm looking forward to the reviews. If there's anything cycling related, I'm all ears - I need some serious advice in that sector.

Good luck with the fam, work, and training - it's a lot to juggle.