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Old 03-08-19, 03:11 PM
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Variation is not bad in the least. Variation is precisely what's necessary in real-world application. Utilizing variation is precisely what enables some people to survive group rides and races when others can not.

Again, if it breaks up the monotony and you're able to complete something you'd likely abandon, there's much more usefulness there than purely adaptive physiological reasons.
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