I'm toying with the idea of making my own sprint tri training series based on examples from beginnertriathlete.com, triswimcoach.com, and crossfit. Thing is I don't want to get too ambitious and end up blowing the whole thing.
I do not want to give up lifting. I don't care what anyone says especially when people that are devoted to one spectrum of fitness that say strictly cardio and carbs. If there is a way I'll find it, if not I'll struggle to make it.
I know I'll have to incorporate swimming probably 4x/week since that is my weakest, but I'd also like to improve my times for running/cycling.
Swimming: Form, then speed
Weights: I don't think doing supersets will hurt me and I think it'll help with muscular endurance which will help in the above two? I'd like to focus more on bodyweight exercises also.
This was interesting:
Yoga: For flexibility/coordination/balance
I also saw we recently aquired a Jacob's ladder which I'm dying to try.