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    My angle is different, but I am also looking at...

    My angle is different, but I am also looking at re-starting my career (racing age - 37). I am looking into entering the adult world again after staying at home with my sons for a few years. The 60-80...
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    Dang RIP

    Dang RIP
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    Reading comprehension fail. Good thing I got out...

    Reading comprehension fail. Good thing I got out of academia...
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    I have a head like a basketball (ie round), and...

    I have a head like a basketball (ie round), and because of this I have had all sorts of trouble finding a helmet that fits (ie has enough space back to front without being too tight side to side)....
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    What I thought of first lol Small portions of...

    What I thought of first lol
    Small portions of fast food just as effective for recovery after work-out as sports supplements -- ScienceDaily
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    This is me and bike racing (Garfunkle and...

    This is me and bike racing

    (Garfunkle and Oates - Loser)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kw2qEUwFbGM

    It's all good. Or mostly good, at any rate.
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    I would guess that his body protected the bike.

    I would guess that his body protected the bike.
  8. Thread: Chinese rims

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    Lol :popcorn

    Lol :popcorn
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    Lol, I was born in Singapore, lived there until...

    Lol, I was born in Singapore, lived there until 7, most of my maternal family is there. Needless to say, a bit of a different perspective from above.
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    +1 on all of the above. Hopefully healing is...

    +1 on all of the above. Hopefully healing is swift and unproblematic.
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    Race-simulations have their place, but I think...

    Race-simulations have their place, but I think the argument for VO2 intensity micro-intervals is about provoking specific physiological adaptations. Just doing them at max power might be valuable for...
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    This is something I need to remember when bored.

    This is something I need to remember when bored.
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    80 min of Z2 on the rollers this morning - my...

    80 min of Z2 on the rollers this morning - my stomach was less than solid last weekend, but it seems okay now.

    I am racing in 10 days, was just off the bike for about 12 days with a stomach bug....
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    30 min on the rollers, my first time on the bike...

    30 min on the rollers, my first time on the bike for over a week thanks to a stomach bug.
    Surprisingly, my HR, RPE, and power all seemed unchanged from the last time I was on the bike (although it...
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    No perfect choices in the real world. That said,...

    No perfect choices in the real world. That said, there are better and worse choices, and each of us needs to sort through that for ourselves.

    Like re: mercury and frequency of ingestion, my...
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    Was a vegetarian from fall 1995 (and vegan since...

    Was a vegetarian from fall 1995 (and vegan since spring 1997) until this winter, when I started eating fish and eggs again.

    I have been on a fish bender ever since - like, most days I have some...
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    I have had "8 days a week" in my head ever since...

    I have had "8 days a week" in my head ever since I read that post
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    From what I understand, strain gauges are temperature sensitive, so all PM's have electronics that attempt to factor this in. From what I recall, P2Max had trouble with this with their 1st generation...
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    FWIW I went from 170s to 165 on my race bike...

    FWIW I went from 170s to 165 on my race bike because I kept hitting my chest with my knees in the drops. Much better now.

    I have 170s still on my CX/ back-up road bike, but the headtube is longer,...
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    My sprint numbers are probably in a similar...

    My sprint numbers are probably in a similar neighbourhood, and last season practice races taught me I have plenty of power for a bunch sprint, if I use it right. Timing and patience count for a lot.
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    Just googled norovirus, sounds like what I have...

    Just googled norovirus, sounds like what I have been sick with.
    So annoying - got sick Friday, felt better Sunday, sick again Monday, feeling a bit better now, but not out of the woods. So much for...
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    Joe Friel's Blog: A Quick Guide to Setting Zones...

    Joe Friel's Blog: A Quick Guide to Setting Zones
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    More options to come, from what I understand

    More options to come, from what I understand
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    I think part of the whole point is you do NOT...

    I think part of the whole point is you do NOT need to change your crankset (tho only 110 BCD crankset are compatible at first)
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