Training goals next 6 months

There has been little movement on this blog the last weeks. Certainly little movement  in general, I should say.

Motivation has not been at its best, and focus has been low. I have done some swim training and some alternative training, indoor rower and some other gym exercises. But I am about to kick off my training again.

My foot is not completely well yet, I hope to do yet another X-ray and hopefully I will get some positive feed-back from the specialist.

Anyway, I have started to set some training goals for the next half year. Quite lofty goals, but great to define what to accomplish in training. One could argue that the goals below would not be specific enough to be strong on Extreme Triathlons, but rest assured that my overall training will be geared against Extreme Triathlons.

So the goals are the following:

By the 1 May 2014, I shall be able to

  • Swim 30x100m start 1:30 (in a 25 m pool) No drafting (New PB)
  • Bike 4 x 4 min x 400 Watt (3 min rest intervals) (Monark 874) (new PB)
  • Run 10 k sub 35 min (track) Pacing allowed (new PB)
  • Run 8x1000m @ 3:15 pace (1 min rest intervals) (new PB)
  • Optimum weight 76-77 kg. (new PB)

 

What do you think?
What are your training goals?
Clock is ticking.

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2 thoughts on “Training goals next 6 months

  1. Magnus Forss

    Challenging I would say, even though body weight might not be as important as the others. The running goals are good, be able to achive that (in your age…) is an achievment.
    I think you did the swimming earlier, a couple of weeks ago? Is it do-able to raise the bar even further? I might join in parts of the running sessions, doing 50% at the same speed, just let me know.

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