Mon – 5k run, 15k bike, 2.5k run (83 min, including transitions) finished with drills+sprints, 30min free weights
Tues – 2.5k swim, 40min free weights + KB
Wed – 2x20min bike, 10min run, 1x10min bike, 10min run – finished with drills and one sprint (died!), 40min free weights
Thur – 30min weight machines + free weights, 5k run, with 3x500m sprints, 15k bike, 20min cross train
Fri – 2k swim, 15k bike, 25min run (all pretty gently, easy pace pre sunday)
Sat – rest
Sun – Tri

Proper long post coming post Sunday!
All I can say is: along with 11 hours cafe work, revision, and handing in dissertations, it’s been a loooong week.

I am an NCTJ qualified journalist and copywriter with a year’s worth of experience as a local hack, and just under two years’ of experience working in the marketing department for a highstreet retailer. I currently work at Cycling Weekly, previous to this I was the editor at Total Women's Cycling. I do a little freelance writing alongside my job, and have written for Runner’s World, Triathlete’s World, Sussex Sport, Basingstoke Gazette newspaper, the Brighton Argus, Steve Hart Photography and 2LK Design. I blog to record the activities in my life which I don’t want to forget when I’m old and wrinkly (let’s hope the internet never melts down – but it seems safer than a notebook) – to let old friends and family know what I’m up to, and because I enjoy playing with words. I’m always looking for new projects – and you can email me should you ever need someone with an energetic passion for word doodling. Email: Twitter: @RideWriteRepeat Instagram: @RideWriteRepeat

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