Okay, it's well past 8:30 p.m. For those in the non-old-fogey category, that means it's past my bedtime. But this looks like the only opportunity I'll have to post in the coming days.
We are launching the next phase of our new business system implementation, and your's truly is on the team. We have intensive training, this week. Ten hours a day sitting learning about software components. Next week is much of the same, as we complete testing of the base system to see what adjustments will be needed to match our business needs. It's a good thing I was way behind when this started. At least I won't feel bad about being completely buried with work.
So, with training starting at 5 a.m. and work going until after 5 p.m., it's early to bed for me. Monday was a recovery run of 5K at 9m 30s pace. This morning, I did 700 yards in the pool. No major leaps in skill were made, so breathing with any sort of rhythm is still a bear. I spent some time at Everyman's site reading some additional swimming hints. They SOUND great. Putting them into practice is proving challenging. Even if the swimming tips are of no great use, head over there as he has a humorous take on how non-triathletes view the triathletes of the world.
So, if you stop by and get the feeling I've taken a vacation, it's anything but that. Just work and other things have taken over the controls for a bit. Training isn't suffering, which is one benefit of having adapted to the early morning schedules. Keep up the training. If you're like me, race season is just about here.