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Austin Culver so, this has been bug...
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So, this has been bugging me. I know it's a little early to plan off season training, but my off season training idea is to run 6 days a week(Mon-Sat) in the mornings building up to about 60-65 mpw the first 5-7 weeks back then holding that the rest of the winter. In addition to that, I'll also lift weights twice a week. Now my question is this, what if I tried to get some extra work in in addition to that? What if I decided to ride the stationary bike/trainer for 2-3 hours a day 4-5 days a week? What if after the weight lifting workouts, I hopped in the pool and tried to teach myself how to swim so I can use that as a type of cross training? What do you guys think? I'm just wondering because I have a poster of Lukas Verzbicas in my room, and whenever I see it I feel like I should cross train. So, should I just do running and lifting, or should I also add biking and swimming too?