Great question, I was going to ask the same one. I will soon move from my transition period to the base period but will have a significant gap of 2 weeks soon after I start. I will be able to do some running and maybe hiking but probably not strength training. Then latter in may I’ll have another two weeks. But these shouldn’t be so bad as I’ll do some hiking during this second break.
I will soon be starting the 16-week big mountain training plan for an ascent of Rainier in mid-July. I am traveling for 3 weeks in May and June, however, and doubt I will be able to do much training. What recommendations do you have for adjusting the training plan to account for this gap? I’d like to minimize any adverse effects of missing a chunk of the training program.
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