250m swim warm up
5x50 15sec rest
5x100 15sec rest
450 swim /cool down
But i suppose something is better than nothing.
On Friday night i felt i needed to still do something, given the short swim, so i got my bike out in to the living room and set up the virtual ride on my pc and did a hard 54 minutes of cycling. It was really nice, as when i got hot, i took my top off, can't do that in class. Well, i probably could, but won't! I then fished out my hand weights and did some arm stuff too. I seriously need heavier hand weights though. 4lbs just don't cut it.
And tomorrow is the postponed 10k from December. So for only 4 days of working out, i have done a pretty good job this week. Totalling about 4.5 hours is actually good for me. But, knowing that only amounts to under 5 hours, and i was thinking i could do 10hours a week to Olympic distance train slightly worries me. I'm not sure that i could ever do 10 hours a week. Unless i do a 3hour bike ride and a long run on the weekend. In the summer that might happen, but i'm guessing not regularly.
But i think the most important thing is that i am enjoying what i do and not stressing over what i don't. I'm never going to be first in a race, i'm never going pro, i'm only ever racing myself and i am the only one i have to answer to.