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Old 07-04-05, 09:26 PM   #1
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Training Intervals...

Greetings All,

I just need some e-opinions on what I should do for training...
I would love to be faster and climb hills better...

I've found a great stretch of road [about 10 miles] that's hilly and flat... one set of lights throughout...

Should I just go around & around & around on this road keeping check of my times?
OR
Should I just ride myself somewhere far far away at a high pace?

Personally, I would like to do the former as this road is right near a relative's house I can use as home base.. just in case I bonk... because I plan to hover around this level...

Any input is good input..
Thanks,
-Peter
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OMG,
I hate Firefox..
Mods please close this thread...
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