When people tell me they don’t have time to train for an ironman distance race, I laugh. Technically speaking, unless one is retired or unemployed, no one has time: you have to make time.
During my six months of training, I moved not once but twice, worked a full time job totaling over 40 hours a week and had a side gig as a freelance writer with weekly, multiple assignments. Although I had very little social life to speak of, I made it work. On some days, I would train in the morning, go to work, train again on my lunch break, and then go to an event for my side gig when I got off (luckily, our office building has a shower). Sure, it was hectic and overwhelming at times, but I didn’t want to compromise any of the three. Here is how I made it work.
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