Can you complete/compete at the 140.6 distance w/ only 10 hrs of training per week?

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Hanging w/ Scott C in the garage

Day 18 - June 10, 2009 - Week 2
This week has been ultra low in volume; 1 hr and 49 min thus far. Trying to bring my legs back from the 'beating' they took this Monday. Week 3 will bring back the volume and threshold intensity. I will also be adding ME strength work to the mix and executing a Critical Power test mid-late week. This will allow me to see the effect of ME on my ability to generate more power pre-IML.

Today was shared w/ my man Scott Campbell. He recently took on FL 70.3 and rocked it big. Very proud of him. He will be taking on Latta this weekend and I believe he will have an outstanding race. The clip below is him doing a Quick Brick Intensive in my garage. I love his enthusiasm and willingness to live out 'racing specificity' by donning the 'retro helmet' as he called it; circa 1990s. You the man bro!

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Side note:
(1) In the next few days/weeks I will be laying out what I have and will be taking regarding supplements/multi-vitamins/recovery aids, etc. I am doing everything I can to promote recovery amongst the heavier weeks of training that lie ahead. Many thanks to my good friend Cody Angell at TrySports (www.trysports.com) for assisting me w/ this aspect of things. You can't find a cooler cat/guy. Phenomenal runner w/ mad skills. Representing at Du Wordls in 2009 (in his first attempt)!

Enjoy the day troops...

6 comments:

  1. Got to love living in Highland Creek...I actually saw Scott out running this morning while I was out with a buddy getting our long run in for the week. You were looking good Scott! Lance...riding on rollers while videoing...impressive....

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  2. No doubt...HC rocks my friend. Its a great thing seeing someone develop and Scott has certainly done that...

    See you soon...I hope James! LL

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  3. Nothing wrong with the circa 1990 retro helmet...looks just like mine - LOL.

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  4. Absolutely...if it ain't broke by all means don't fix it! Its all about protecting the lid...I still have a box (now containing my G.I. Joes...talking old school) of my first helmet...were talking 80's style...

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  5. I'm sure you guys know and are just kidding around, but just in case, gotta chime in about protecting the lid. I learned a few things last summer about lid protection. Nothing over 3 - 5 years old will do. The foam actually begins to break down which means less protection. Of course, if it's hit the ground, replace it. Trek gave me a deal when I replaced mine. So, keep those helmets new and those retro ones as wall art! (katie)

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  6. Katie...just noticed this comment...you are spot on my friend! I appreciate you drawing light to this subject...SC and JB you copy fellas!?

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