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    The Indoor Trainer Support Group which I started has received a very nice review which you can listen to at:

    http://libsyn.com/media/thefredcast/The_FredCast_01.mp3

    (Starts at Minute 26:00)

    where "Fred" has given a very nice review to our web site at:

    http://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group...rainerSupport/

    http://www.thefredcast.com/

    BUt, they didn't mention my name, which is the story of my life!
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    Time for a change. stapfam's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DnvrFox
    The Indoor Trainer Support Group which I started has received a very nice review which you can listen to at:

    http://libsyn.com/media/thefredcast/The_FredCast_01.mp3

    (Starts at Minute 26:00)

    where "Fred" has given a very nice review to our web site at:

    http://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group...rainerSupport/

    http://www.thefredcast.com/

    BUt, they didn't mention my name, which is the story of my life!
    I do not have the need for a trainer, but I do realise that in certain conditions where you cannot ride- a trainer is almost a necessity. Being fortunate in that we do not have severe weather in England, I still understand the requirement to train in any way you can to retain and improve on your fitness. This can be at a gym, or extra riding as much as possible, but in your situation with the severe weather and the necessity to stay at home, You have two choices. Lose fitness or get on a trainer.

    Good luck on your trainer, and let the rest of us know your regime on it.
    How long was I in the army? Five foot seven.


    Spike Milligan

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