As I'm back on MAP, and have been back in proper training for a few months now, a training log seems a good way to try and hold myself to account and force myself to keep it up. Goals are fairly simple, and I've already passed the first of the three main ones, with the second coming up fast (next Saturday). The main goal is to complete a Spartan Trifecta by the end of the year, and I'm just hitting the midway point(5k down, 10k next Saturday, 20k in October, followed by a wine tasting half marathon to relax). Currently all seems to be on track. Regular weekly training consists of: Monday - Run 5k (currently replaced by swim 1k due to ridiculous heat) Tuesday - Light movement drills (6 5-minute sessions sporadically throughout day), 1 hour group boxing lesson Wednesday - Private boxing lesson with focus on endurance and recovery Thursday - Light movement drills (12 5-minute sessions sporadically throughout day) Friday - Run/swim Saturday - 90 minute boxing training session Sunday - Run/swim Alongside, just to keep awake on the rest days, there's a pull up bar in a doorway where every time I step through it's either one chin up (full pull ups are still beyond me) or ten press ups. Averages around 20-40 a day spread around pretty evenly. This week's going to be a light one since the Spartan's coming up, then a couple of day's recovery before stepping back into training and looking at pushing it on the run up to the last Spartan in October. Focus is on stamina, endurance, and recovery, with strength a fairly distant second (I know I have the strength for most of the obstacles, though need some upper body strength work for rope climbing/rings/monkey bars). After the last Spartan I'm aiming to look much more at speed, strength and technique. Normal diet is omnivorous, tendency towards meat/fish over veg, and fasting 16 hours a day (eating between 12pm and 8pm). No injuries, no longer smoke, drinking occasionally but aiming to cut out any beer/cider/wine drinking between the two races. Only medication is that for the next Spartan I'll be applying industrial strength suncream (learned my lesson) and occasional anti-histamines due to the other half's cat. I'm considering adding skipping into the run/swim mix as an option, but haven't tried it as yet as I haven't skipped for many, many, many years.