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Old 03-07-07, 10:38 PM   #1
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Going great then sick. getting back on track?

What should I do? My training was going great, some huge days and then smart recovery days + recovery weeks. Everything was great and the progress was steady. I didn't over train and get sick like last year. Everyone I know, family, co workers had colds this winter except me. Now the racing began last week and slam...I got a nasty long cold so pass on it. It has been 14 days and I'm still not over the cold. The racing series is over in 5 weeks and I want to be in it even if that means joining up weeks late. I wonder where my fitness will have dropped to and what approach is best to get back to where I was. Talk about a step back though.
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