Not sure if this really counts as a worthwhile blog post, but since I post so seldomly, posting anything is probably better than nothing at all!
Decided I should take the time to update my race results from the year, considering the last race result I had posted was from back in early August. Turns out I've been racing a lot this year, though quite a few of them are multiple bike races on the same weekend, so it's easy for them to add up... This brings up the question in my mind, quantity versus quality, which is better?
Should I skip a few races in favor of better quality training sessions on some weekends hoping that will lead to better quality results in races? Or, do I forgo the dreary and long training sessions in favor of entering lots of races where I get to enjoy competition as well as the socializing that comes with racing? There's also the financial aspect of entering and traveling to races that can't be overlooked...
Regardless the decision, keeping your race results online is a simple tool to track your performance over the years. Now, if only I did a better job tracking my training as well...
Phillips Triathlon Goals
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