Training in Tucson - Part Two
Training days consisted of rotating through Intensity Day, Endurance Day, and Rest Day. Here's a summary of hours and km on the bike:
Some memorable training moments:
Tasty stop at Time Market
Lindsay and I after interval training session on Old Spanish Trail. Don't let the smiles fool you the efforts were felt soon after.
Cruising along The Loop to head out to Gates Pass with these two ladies.
Training Week Summary:
For anyone interested here is just some of the food I ate on top of the copious amounts of food I ate while riding. Thanks Homestretch for supplying my ride food. Food = Fuel.
Homestretch's ride fuel stash always stocked with the good stuff.
The plan was to head down to USA Crit Hammerfest in Alabama for the first race of the season with a handful of teammates then a few of us were heading over to South Carolina for a training block the week after. However due to the COVID-19 virus, this race season is to be determined with all spring and early summer races being cancelled or postponed along with travel restrictions and social isolation advisories.... in other words, stay tuned. I am as eager as ever to see how this training translates to a race season. But first and foremost, public wellbeing and safety first. Please educate yourself, and hope everyone stays safe and healthy.
Thanks and Recognitions
Encouraging physical, mental, financial and social health through sport and community - Whitney Surgenor
And what would it be without trying a beer. Here’s a tasty Empire Brewing Sesh Squatch, a Session India Pale Ale, I had in Syracuse the night before flying out to Tucson. I’ll leave it to the experts at the HopHead Social Club, but I give it a thumbs up. Cheers!
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