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Swim: I am kicking booty. Not only have I swam WAY more in Jan 2013, but I am swimming nearly 200 yards faster per hour. I was with a masters team both months (and swam solo a few times both months). Maybe the fact that I'm in a meters pool now is contributing? I dunno.
Bike: Jan 2011 was partially on a spin bike (I conservatively estimated 12.5 mph for those 8 hrs) and on the road. Jan 2013 had one road ride and the rest were trainer rides. While in 2013, I am short by nearly 100 miles in distance, my pace is dead even from 2011. Considering that in 2011, 55% of my time was spent riding outside, which is typically faster, I'm pretty dang happy with a dead even pace difference. I'm curious to see how my pace does once I'm on the road more. Also, I lost 2 potential bike days because I was skiing, so I may have had another 4-5 hrs and 50-60 miles.
Run: I ran nearly 13 more miles in 2013 than 2011. Cool! My pace is 0.2 miles/hour slower this year, but considering how many recovery runs and MAF runs I have with heart rate limits and ~12:30 paces, I'm actually suprised I'm slower by such a small amount. I think my tempo intervals and my 10 mile race speeds are faster than 2011, which is helping to even things out a bit.
- Swam 60% more distance at a faster pace. Cool.
- Rode 40% less but at an equivalent pace, despite all of 2013's miles were on a trainer. I'm ok with that. A bit afraid of March when the bike starts to ramp up, but we'll just have to deal with that when it happens!
- Ran 20% more but at an overall slower pace (36 seconds per mile slower). But considering that the majority of my runs are MAF runs or recovery runs with HR limits of ~140, which have substantially slower paces, I'm ok with only being a hair slower than 2011. Especially when I ran significantly more miles!