Juneathon ’18 day 1 – walk and swim

Gosh, is it June already? Wow, in that case – let’s DO THIS!

Day 1 of Juneathon: tick. I had the day off work, and we had a family outing into London before the kids go back to school. My FitBit claims I’ve taken about 18,000 steps (just over 8 miles), and that sounds about right.

Then, this evening, as part of my triathlon training (I’m doing a sprint at Blenheim this weekend), I had my first proper session with Chiltern Tri, doing an hour of swimming drill. I lost count of lengths, but probably swam about 1Km, if I had to guess. Hard work, but really valuable; following my try-out session last week, my lake swim a few days later showed a marked improvement. Let’s hope today’s swim does the trick for Sunday!

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