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AWESOME! Especially for early season rides. I never hit my straps until about the 3rd or 4th ride...
In God we trust, all others bring data.
- W. Edwards Demings
If God invented marathons to keep people from doing anything more stupid, the triathlon must have taken Him completely by surprise.
Specificity, specificity, specificity.
The plural of "anecdote" is not "data".
- Frank Kotsonis
Good for you! You will be a speed demon by the end of the summer. I bet you did some strength training over the winter, that must have helped.
One Day at a Time:
1) 10,000 steps daily
2) fruit & vegie at every meal
3) aerobic or strength train every day
4) 7 hours sleep daily
5) check in with SP daily
June 2014 goals:
1) lose 4 pounds
2) finish walk way
3) finish blocks for Forest Service quilt
4) scan old photos
It's never too late to be what you might have been.
QB - that's a great time, especially over hills. Congratulations!
"God gave you your body as a gift, so you should take care of it." - My Mom
That is a great speed and cadence... especially over hills and this early in the season! What great news...
Hope you love your new, almost, bike!
“The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don't want, drink what you don't like, and do what you'd rather not.”
I finally took my Trek 5500 out today and hit the road for the first time this season. I only got to ride a few times last year before the Winter snows ruined things. Before that, I hadn't ridden in well over 20 years.
I went 42.25 miles in local hill country with an average speed of 15.5 MPH (both new PRs) today! Actually, my cadence seemed to hover right around 75 - 80, which is also a personal best (so far) for me. I just had to share that with some people who understand. I'm totally psyched about this year's riding! I'm also really happy that the weight training seems to be paying dividends!
Edited by: QBASSIST at: 3/18/2010 (00:07)
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1. Take a baby step forward.
2. Repeat step 1.