But there's a catch. It's slow, at least in the beginning. Ego has to be left at home while doing aerobic training. Walking up hills, riding in the small ring, getting passed by the old guy in the next lane, turtles laughing as they pass...all part of it in the beginning. At least it has been for me.
I've included aerobic sessions in my training in the past. But I've never done aerobic training solely, in all three sports, over a long period of time, which is what is required for the positive adaptations to take place....according to the experts.
I've been at it now for a little over a week and I haven't seen any improvements...actually, my paces have slowed from the initial few aerobic workouts. Not very encouraging, but I'm trusting the improvements will come. I'll be tracking my progress very closely and will post up some of my results soon.
If you're interested in reading more on this type of training, go to Mark Allen's site(http://www.markallenonline.com) and scroll down to the very bottom of the main page.