Training & Nutrition - Noticable Improvement
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12-09-04, 07:27 PM
Ahh I've been cycling for a little over a month now and I'm really impressed with myself. My pants are starting to fit looser, I sleep less, and I can now ride up into my neighborhood (which is all uphill) in one solid ride, versus where I used to get so wore it would take me 4 or 5 breaks to make it all the way up! I'm so happy for myself and am glad that I have finally found something that I can be active and happy with, sorry I just had to tell someone :D
Good job! Keep it up.
I started riding again back in July and there was a hill that I thought I would never get up in one try. The day I got up it without sounding like a 40 year chainsmoker jogging was awesome.
12-09-04, 07:59 PM
Good job. It's those small accomplishments that make riding worthwhile. Whether the accomplishment is around the waist or up a hill.
Congratulations! Great job, and keep it up!
12-09-04, 10:23 PM
Grab life by the handlebars and start pedaling.
Keep it up, and the rubber side down.
12-09-04, 10:30 PM
Awesome man! As I recall there's a book out there somewhere about an extremely overweight guy that lost craploads of fat and became one of the top racers in his area. Pretty cool book, from the parts I read.
12-09-04, 10:38 PM
The book is called "Heft on Wheels" and it is a VERY good book. Oh, and congrats PWRDbyTRD!
12-10-04, 05:49 AM
12-10-04, 06:15 AM
Way to go, keep it up!!!
Fugiaceracer, who is Chesty Puller? His statement about being surrounded is great!
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