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Carlos López, "if you can". The triumph of a worker classified for kona as a Professional.

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Can a triathlete work 40 hours a week and qualify for the Ironman World Championship in Kona as PRO?

The answer is yes.

Carlos Lopez is an example of this, a person with his work of 40 weekly hours as a commercial of surgical material that has managed to qualify for the Kona World Championship as PRO, with the tough KPR scoring system.

We have spoken with Carlos, triathlete Skechers, to tell us how it is a week of him combining workouts, work and family.

MONDAY

  • 6h sounds alarm clock.
  • I prepare family breakfasts. Noe, Inés (my sister) and me. And David's school snack.
  • I also finish preparing the food for Noe and Inés who eat at work.
  • 6: 40 I leave home.
  • 7:15 First session of water training. Between 3500 and 4500.
  • 8:30 am I go to work either to make visits or to the operating room to assist my material in surgery.
  • 13:30 I finish and go running where I get caught. Filming between 50′-70 ′.
  • Shower and eat
  • 15:30 I go back to work until I'm done. Days at 18pm and others at 20pm.
  • And end of the day with a gym session.

TUESDAY

  • 6h sounds alarm clock.
  • As every day I prepare family breakfasts, David's snack and Noe and Inés' food.
  • 6: 40 I leave home.
  • 7:15 first water session 4000.
  • From 8: 30 to 13h work
  • From 13: 30 to 15: 45 bike.
  • From 16h to 19 / 20h I go back to work.
  • And for home.

WEDNESDAY

  • 6h sounds alarm clock.
  • As every day I prepare family breakfasts, David's snack and Noe and Inés' food.
  • 6: 40 I leave home.
  • 7: 15 to water 4000mts
  • From 8: 45 to 13h work
  • 13:30 to 14:45 track run session
  • Shower and eat
  • I work again between 1h and 2h.
  • And departure by bike from 2h / 3h.

THURSDAY

  • 6h sounds alarm clock.
  • As every day I prepare family breakfasts, David's snack and Noe and Inés' food.
  • 6: 40 I leave home.
  • 7h in the water long session of 6000.
  • From 9am to 17pm I work with 30 'to eat something.
  • When I go out I usually do a bike or race session.

FRIDAY

  • 6h sounds alarm clock.
  • As every day I prepare family breakfasts, David's snack and Noe and Inés' food.
  • 6: 40 I leave home.
  • 7h I leave to roll fasting.
  • From 9h to 13h work.
  • From 13:30 to 14:30 swimming with 4000mts
  • Shower and eat and I go back to work 2h.
  • When I go out I usually do a soft bike session and gym.

SATURDAYS SUNDAYS

On Saturdays and Sundays I take advantage of them to do long bike rides, bike transitions + foot race ... considering that some weekends I am on call.

Photo Press Carlos / Marcel Hilger

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