Week 1 and I'm already having serious training changes mostly due to work. I did miss one morning run, but I also made two of them. I'm not a morning person so getting up at 5:15 is a struggle for me.
I set up a custom plan on BT and am modifying it by doing Jorge's winter cycling plan except combining workout three and four each week. So my ideal schedule is
Mon - rest
Tue AM - short run/shoulder PT
Tue PM - Bike
Wed AM - medium run
Wed PM - swim
Thur AM - short run/shoulder PT
Thur PM - Bike
Friday PM - swim
Saturday - long bike or run
Sunday - long run or bike
Don't worry, life or laziness will keep me from doing 9 workouts just about every week, starting with week 1. For week 1, I missed my Wednesday AM run. Besides having a tough time getting up before work, I find three days in a row with two workouts a day to be tiring or maybe it's the fact that I have three leg workouts in a 36 hour span. I would also like to run more often and shorter with most runs. I know, I know, I just need to suck it up (buttercup) :-).
So besides missing my Wed AM run, I missed both my long ride and run this weekend. I ended up traveling pretty much the entire weekend. I left my house at 9:30 am Saturday and arrived in Eastern Europe at 6:30 pm Sunday. I took Friday afternoon off to run errands and pack (and work out). I managed an hour on the trainer followed by a 6.75 mile run. It wasn't a true brick (where you immediately start running after changing shoes). I took about a half an hour to change clothes, get a drink, change shoes, check email, etc. So it wasn't a brick but it was a nice medium length run (actually long at this point in training) on tired legs. It actually felt good. It was weird because my legs were tired when I started and didn't get much more tired during the course of the run.
SBR Plan in hours
Actual SBR hours
Not bad considering I missed two weekend days of training.
Oh, my right shoulder still hurts when I swim. I see the ortho next Monday and predict another cortisone shot.