Race Weekend – April 26 and 27, 2014

Saturday Morning Weigh-in: 170
Breakfast:  3 – AcidCheck Caplets, 2 – Slimming Formula, 2 – Cordastra2 –  Vector450, and Chocolate Shakeology
Lunch: Bacon, Eggs, Wheat Toast, Pain Perdu
Pre-Workout: Energy and Endurance Formula
Workout:  Brick – Cycling 11.2 Miles followed by Running 2.1 Miles added AcidCheck Granules and Pink Himalayan Salt to Water
Post-Workout: P90X Results & Recovery Formula
Dinner: Fajitas, Chips and Salsa, Water
Recovery: Foam Rolling on Rumbleroller – 1 hour
Dessert: Cheez-its

Sunday Morning Weigh-in: ?
Breakfast:  3 – AcidCheck Caplets, 2 – Slimming Formula, 2 – Cordastra2 –  Vector450, and Chocolate Shakeology
Race:  Kern River Duathlon added AcidCheck Granules and Pink Himalayan Salt to Water
Post-Workout: P90X Results & Recovery Formula
Lunch: Pizza, Potato Wedges, 2 Sprites
Dinner: Pizza, Potato Wedges, 2 Sprites (Finished off the Large Pizza 🙂 )
Recovery: Foam Rolling on Rumbleroller – 2 hours
Dessert: Chocolate

What a great weekend! Saturday morning was spent watching my son play tee ball. I think he is going to be a good ball player (Click here for video) and I am so proud of him! He’s 5.

After a good lunch and some work, I headed out to Hart Park and familiarized myself with the Duathlon course with a little race pace brick workout (cycling and running close together). Normally I wouldn’t do this, but I need the training and since the race is a sprint I figured it would be a good idea. Plus I am enjoying getting used to my Falco V and even set another climbing PR! Impressed to say the least. I really need all the help I can get on my climbing.

Sunday Race Day: So happy to have a race in town. I don’t normally get to bed too early (bad habit) so being able to sleep in to 6 AM on a race day is a real treat. The race was awesome! Put on by Kern Wheelmen and was done so with professional precision. The course was well marked and intersections were safe thanks to a great group of volunteers. A special thanks to all of the sponsors who made the event possible as well. Its great to be able to race in Bakersfield – great camaraderie in this town!

Tomorrow I start using Insanity: The Asylum Volume 1 and Insanity: The Asylum Volume 2 in my triathlon training 🙂 Time to step it up!

Disclaimer: I am a triathlete with a full racing season which includes training for the 2014 Ironman Lake Tahoe (my first Ironman). I am not eating with the intention of weight loss but rather to maintain weight and fuel my addiction to the sport, plus I have a wicked sweet tooth ;-). So here is a simple rule of thumb, if you are not as active as I am, don’t eat everything that I eat. But if you would like help finding out a meal plan and workouts that would be good for you, please don’t hesitate to text or call me at 775-722-8184 or Facebook me at www.facebook.com/fityak. Looking forward to hearing from you!