Monday, November 15, 2010

Executing to a plan

Day 122 Bike 162 minutes - 81km

Total on Week 162 minutes

Good day at work, good workout at the end of the day. Did an easy steady state ride at a low 150 watts resistance to build base. Nothing overly special in the workout just "taking care of business".

Sometimes a workout is more important or special when its not a big workout. The key is executing the plan according to what is most needed at any given time rather than feeling the need to always push the envelope.

2 comments:

Keith said...

In fact, as I'm sure you well know, you shouldn't push the envelop in every work out. I actually find a lot of satisfaction in the subtle stuff when the plan calls for something I know I can do. Then I try to work on form, or be as precise to the plan as I can, resisting the temptation to bang out a fast set, or chase that faster cyclist.

Blaznfast said...

Agreed. It can sometimes be hard to keep that balance in place. I am just happy when I do keep that under control.