Old 10-01-18, 06:24 PM
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rubiksoval
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Originally Posted by fstrnu View Post
I'm not trying to teach people who already understand training. I'm encouraging new cyclists to understand and proactively manage their indoor training and believe interval repeats are the most accessible way to do that.
I'm still waiting for you to show that YOU actually understand training. So far you've done NOTHING to illustrate that.

For 15 years you've been on this forum and all you've done in a decade and a half is tell people to read Joe Friel's book and complain about indoor training (though you're a fan of the archaic computrainer?!).

You actually posted this in 2003?!
It seems like 95% of the questions in this forum are from people who haven't cracked a book on training.

For those who haven't, why not?

If you want to get faster, the best way to do it is to crack a book.
The fastest way to get faster is to read a book? And now it's to eschew premade training plans altogether?

I'm just...wow.
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