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Old 08-23-01, 07:35 PM
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RonH
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Kevin,
I started commuting last month. I'm a few years older than you and ride 14 miles each way (Decatur to Norcross).
When I started commuting I decided to do 3 days a week to begin with (M,W,F) so I would have a rest day between ride days.
Once you feel you have built up enough strength and stamina, go for whatever schedule suits you.

I too don't go all out in the A.M., at least not until I'm warmed up (6 or 7 miles).
After work my body isn't in the sleep mode so I can push myself a little harder.

The thing to remember is, listen to your body! Don't overdo it. If you feel tired, it's time for a rest day.
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