Less than a month to Busselton 70.3 and it’s time to be putting in some key sessions to be ready when the big day comes. A week of mild weather bodes well to put some solid training in the bank, knowing that there is time for rest and recuperation after the race. This weekend there are two races on Sunday at Coogee (Olympic distance) and Hillarys (sprint) with athletes split between the two so our usual Sunday ride will be moved to Saturday to allow those not racing to head to either venue for moral support. The club marquee will be heading to the sprint for maximum exposure, make sure you drop in and say “hi” whether you’re a regular, new to the club or just want to see what we’re all about.
Tuesday April the 5th: Run intervals
Meeting at 6pm, Riverside Park in Woodbridge for another session of quality intervals. As always there will be something for athletes of all levels and kids are welcome as there is a fantastic playground and plenty of space to run and play. As it is getting dark fairly early we would recommend bringing a torch or head lamp so that you don’t need to cut the session short on account of light. The surface is flat and paved so very safe.
Thursday April the 7th: Turbo brick session
Our stationary bike interval session starts at 7pm sharp so arrive by 6:45 to give yourself time to set up. BYO turbo trainer and bike, limited additional trainers are available but as numbers are increasing please contact us to reserve one for you. Total session time around 1hr finishing with a 5-15min transition run to get the legs used to running off the bike. No chance of getting dropped, no traffic and very low probability of falling off makes this a great training session for the novice and strong rider alike. This week we have a change of venue: 10 Lindsay Street, Kalamunda. Park in the front yard under the big tree and walk around the back of the house to the patio.
Saturday April the 9th: Flat freeway ride
Meet at Deep Water Point near the boat ramp, ready to roll out at 6:30am. You will be spending a lot of time down on the tri-bars at Busselton so this is a perfect opportunity to replicate that and practice race pacing and nutrition. As this ride is straight out and back you can turn around at any point and go at your own pace or stick with a group. This location is perfect for a run off the bike and coffee afterwards too.