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    Holy crap! As one of those poor "guests" it took...

    Holy crap! As one of those poor "guests" it took me a while to get the hang of that. Yea, 8 years ago man a lot has changed for me, hardly remember who that dude is (but this thread lives on). Was...
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    Thanks! I faced the same dilemma on the Track....

    Thanks! I faced the same dilemma on the Track. Could train hard and ride a mediocre 3K and still turn a decent 200. Or I could change up my training and turn a decent 200 and a mediocre 3K. Was solid...
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    First crit at 21, was an injured college CC/Track...

    First crit at 21, was an injured college CC/Track runner. Always an odd ball tweener as a runner, could run 15m 3mi and sub 23s 220 at the same time but never great at either. Started full time at 26...
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    Go Green! (I'm one of the oldsters, 1980 MSU...

    Go Green! (I'm one of the oldsters, 1980 MSU Grad).
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    Been yelling at myself a lot lately, don't know...

    Been yelling at myself a lot lately, don't know if that counts.
  6. Pick a good wheel.

    Pick a good wheel.
  7. Recently picked up a PT Pro wheel. Debating...

    Recently picked up a PT Pro wheel. Debating between Garmin 500 & Joule GPS for use with it. Anyone using the Joule?
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    Chris needs to sack up. It's yell or get yelled...

    Chris needs to sack up. It's yell or get yelled at out here.
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    You must have massive Guads

    You must have massive Guads
  10. The reason too much strength "Pushing" creates...

    The reason too much strength "Pushing" creates problems is that the muscles most programs tend to develop are also Internal rotators. This leads to the real shoulder health issue, poor balance...
  11. Read an old book, "The 7 Minute Rotator Cuff...

    Read an old book, "The 7 Minute Rotator Cuff Solution" by Joseph Horrigan. I think you may even find it online free, it might be out of print. It will give you some very good exercises specific to...
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    If we are just talking mechanics a lot of what I...

    If we are just talking mechanics a lot of what I have seen over the years is poor upper body position. Hands in the hooks (right up in em, not on the ends), back of wrist flat (or close), elbows bent...
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    Late to this thread. Have to second motorpacing,...

    Late to this thread. Have to second motorpacing, it's basically another way to overspeed.

    So often overlooked in a sprinting discussion is Rule #1 ; Get on the right wheel. If you don't get that...
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    Agree. And you tend to see that skill in...

    Agree. And you tend to see that skill in smaller/lighter riders for some reason.
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    If you are talking physiology there are also some...

    If you are talking physiology there are also some important nervous system adaptations. My experience based on some long layoffs and returns to the sport has been that most of these adaptations...
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    Stumbled across this looking for some power meter stuff, thought I would chime in. If you are shooting for maximum effort and want to get some training impact you need significant rest between....
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    Carbon fiber explosion?

    Carbon fiber explosion?
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    You really notice this on a track, you feel it a...

    You really notice this on a track, you feel it a lot more easily in a fixed gear. Running up on another rider, or better yet a motor, easily 5 or 6 bikes bikes back you start accelerating at the...
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    Back in the day another practical use for gloves...

    Back in the day another practical use for gloves was cleaning tires on the fly, to reduce punctures from pebbles, glass, ect. Still find them useful for wiping sweat when it's 100F plus out. Never...
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    Or just yell at them.

    Or just yell at them.
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    Safety is part of it. But I think there is a more...

    Safety is part of it. But I think there is a more common reason (purely from a racing perspective). It's a hard sport, most people new to it under estimate the effort and time required to become a...
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    Yea, try looking for a Track bike on CL. 95% of...

    Yea, try looking for a Track bike on CL. 95% of the ads are either misspelled (or cheap single track) Treks or hacked up hipster road bike conversions.
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    Agree, the potential for disruption is much...

    Agree, the potential for disruption is much greater attempting to pull thru. As soon as a strong rider pulls off a truly weak rider gets smacked in the face by the wind and will likely either over...
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    Compared to even 15 years ago It's all pretty...

    Compared to even 15 years ago It's all pretty much flawless. I touch lever and bike shifts, even under power. I'm never rattling between gears, grinding on Front D cage, shifting into my spokes,...
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    What few I have are short, age can take away a...

    What few I have are short, age can take away a lot but not my sprint!, at least not yet. RT don't hate on the aerobically challenged, we need to have some fun too. All solo, pretty much have an...
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