- .@ How about this one: 2h:40m, 75% Zone 2, 2.1% Decoupling.
- Sorry to be a buzzkill, but here is why the USA Pro Cycling Challenge won't include Flagstaff in 2012:
- Judging from today's Isolated Leg workout, powercranks would instantly kill me. 45 seconds was all I could muster per leg!
- If you read my blog, please take the reader survey: Thanks!
- The road less traveled:
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I’ve decided to conduct a reader survey. The blog has been consistently growing and I wanted to take a quick minute of your time to see how I’m doing and get some quick feedback. My goal is to best suit … Continue reading
The first step in planning for 2012 is to look at how my 2011 Annual Training Plan worked. Of course, I didn’t always stick to the plan, but here is a quick summary of my goals and achievements in 2011. … Continue reading
Today is 8 weeks after my clavicle fracture, and seven weeks since my surgery. My recovery was uncomplicated, and combined with a conservative return to activity I have healed quickly. Last week I went to my orthopedist for my six … Continue reading
This blog frequently features tips for racers and cyclists that are inspired by my racing and training. I am a cerebral person and tend to focus on facts, figures, and race reports. I’m also an optimist and I think that … Continue reading
If you have a good memory, you’ll recall that I wrote in detail about some of the local issues with race sanctioning and how it related to my racing. There is a big vote by local teams and promoters on … Continue reading
Ok folks, I know I’ve gotten you all riled up now. In fact, whipped into a lather may be a more accurate a description. Anyway, I know there were some issues with my data and analysis from the last set, … Continue reading
Update 10/19/11 12:26PM: Post updated to reflect combined 35+ Open and 35+ Cat 3 times. As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, cyclocross has unique needs for categorization. Compared to road racing, with the minimal presence of team tactics and less … Continue reading
I’ll try my best to find some other subjects to write about but for now I’m pretty much living my life (as best I can) around my left shoulder. I have been talking to a few folks who have been … Continue reading
This is the second of a two part post detailing some year over year differences that I believe allowed my to progress to the highest level of amateur racing in 2011. Here is the link to Part 1 if you … Continue reading