Albert Falls. 9am. It’s 169 degrees. And here I am, along with several hundred other crazy nut jobs, on the banks of the dam about to begin the second installment of suicide.
On March 6, I will be making like a bread truck and hauling buns in the second Mudman.
The problem with training for the Mudman is the multi-discipline nature of the event. It’s not like, “Oh ok, let me go for a jog, and see if I collapse from a heart attack… if not, I’m good to go!”
Oh no, dear minions… there’s no shortcut here. If you don’t put in the time, you don’t get there results. You have to apply yourself over a period of time to each discipline. Herewith, the training diary: Continue reading Mudman triathlon part two 2011: Training blog
I did a triathlon. Yes, I did. I trained, entered, and completed the first in the Mudman series up at Hermannsburg. A 750-metre swim, a 20km cycle and a 5km run. Two hours and five minutes. But it was not without incident… Continue reading Mudman triathlon part one 2011