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The training everyday …

The time change makes everything just not easier. Today it is already at 17 33 clock so far that I see a beautiful sunset. I long for the time only to have the summer time in the country (fingers crossed). Apart from the darkness that drives me into despair at the moment.

Do I have to take more breaks as I had hoped? Even through cycling, there is no regeneration. I usually take breaks too late and therefore usually have 2 days running break at a time. Which I balance with a long walk and yoga attempts. To improve my TOF (time on feet) a bit I work standing up at the desk. Thankfully, I can do that because I work from home. Thus, stability exercises are possible under the work and and and. What bothers me a lot and is also a serious signal of my body. My rest pulse has gone up slightly. Only a few BPM, so nothing dramatic but still a sign of overtraining. Although I also allow my HRV value in the morning and evening fair to a targeted training (this is followed by a blog post ). 

In addition, I am more irritated react according to my fellow man ^ _ ^. Hopefully this will come with better weather again: – *

All in all, however, I come to my intended 12 hours of training a week. However, the 12 hours are inclusive of yoga. Training plan is “regular” as following. On listless days I swap but also time running with road bike or mountain bike or yet again run a trail, etc. Main thing I come to my TOF.

Training this week consisted of the following training sessions (Without heart rate – zones to be followed, Run for Fun)

Monday – rest day with hiking and yoga

Tuesday – 1:30 running – Trail

Wednesday – 2:00 Mountain Biking 0:40 Yoga

Thursday – 2:30 running / jogging trail

Friday – 2:30 running / jogging trail

Saturday – 0:40 Yoga

Sunday – 2:30 running / jogging trail


I’ll have to see how my body behaves at this new training load. Above all, I am personally worried. The emerging upcoming autumn in which I need to adjust or reduce asthma training due to lack of oxygen concentration in the misty air. An absolute disadvantage of my residential area known for fog.  


Thank you very much for reading and see you on

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