This past weekend has been so incredibly busy that I am just now getting around to posting about my Saturday workout. I had no Sunday workout for once as I have testing this week on both the bike and run.
I woke up very early around 4 am to get this brick workout done. I had a long day ahead of me with my robotics team competing at the regional all day from 7:30 - 5:30 and a birthday party for a friend of ours afterwards. It was nonstop kid noise for about 14 hours. Needless to say I knew that if I did not get up early this workout would never happen.
Here is the workout for Saturday that I had to get done
MS: 2 x 10' (4') @ 95-100%/Zone4/Hard. MS2: 1 x 6' (5') @95-100%/Zone4/Hard. Remainder of any time you have available (if any, not required) @ 80-85%/Zone3/Mod-Hard.
We have no volume goals, per se, for any of the weekday and weekend cycling workouts in the OS. Ride for the time you have availble, focusing on the mainset. Fine to ride less, or more, than the time prescribed, depending on your personal circumstances.
MS: Steady run as MP/Z2/Steady out, HMP/Z3/Mod-Hard back. If bricking, do 15' only.
I won't lie. I was tired. I had started to get a head cold the night before, but as the ride continued I felt better and better.
Anyways, I jumped on the treadmill to get the run done right away. I actually felt really good coming off the bike despite my legs feeling tired.