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Old 02-13-07, 09:15 AM   #1
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Cyclo-Core?

Has anyone signed on for the Cyclo-Core training stuff that's advertised here? Just wondering if I'm going to be bombarded with junk mail if I do. TIA.
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Old 02-16-07, 06:30 PM   #2
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i've downloaded his climbing plan. i constantly get emails about buying his cyclo-core program. but i've recently unsubscribed from it. haven't gotten an email from his since.

btw, the current issue of bicycling has a couple of his ab exercises in it.
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Has anyone signed on for the Cyclo-Core training stuff that's advertised here? Just wondering if I'm going to be bombarded with junk mail if I do. TIA.
I have both core and zen. I haven't been doing the core stuff because of a medical issue, but the Zen "fix the back, stay in the drops" exercises and stretches have been great - my back has stopped hurting and I'm much more comfortable on the bike.

It is true that Graeme sends out a lot of email. It annoyed me a bit at first, but it's grown on me.
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well, i had it for about a month and returned it. it seems that it's for more advanced riders; i mean, i'm in my second season, but i'm just a serious recreational rider and it was just way too intense for me.

since returning it, i've joined a gym and started doing much more cardio and some weight training...
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I use the core dvd and get the emails. One of the last emails he sent out really helped me since it was dealing with users reporting knee pain. I took his advice and I'm pain free. So they do have some useful information in them.

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