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Old 01-28-20, 05:24 AM
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zacster
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Namaste.

I've tried using The Sufferfest's yoga sessions, and the problem I had was following the on-screen instructor when you're supposed to have your eyes closed. She leaves out the spiritual side of Yoga because she recognized that there is a market for yoga strictly for the exercise/stretching/flexibility. From a purely physical approach it still works. The Sufferfest offers a free trial like everyone else, and you get the bike training part too of course. I found their training to be very good. It keeps you engaged, there are training plans, their videos are tailored to four different measures, not just FTP.

And coincidentally enough, they were just bought out by Wahoo. Maybe your Kickr bike came with an extended trial?
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