Some examples are: recovery from key training sessions, intentionally creating accumulated fatigue, mental recovery, progressive training load, specificity, working on your limited sports, working around an athlete’s personal life. I always encourage reaching out to your coach to implement the best strategy to keep you working toward your goals, keep you healthy, injury-free and engaged you in the sport over the long-term. Your coach will speak with you and if necessary, help to adjust your triathlon training advice and plan, enabling you to catch up at the right pace.
Working with your coach is always the best way forward, bringing expert and independent thinking to your triathlon training process. There’ll always be occasions when you simply cannot stick to the schedule… and the truth is that this is real life. Focus in the longer term is the goal, so remember – it’s a triathlon, not a sprint 😉
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