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Old 07-17-05, 05:28 PM   #1
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Out of curiosity... how would I go about setting up a training schedule?

I'm really at a loss. I've never been very "training" or "exercise" oriented -- and since I'm buying a new bike (I think a Trek 7200) for commuting around campus, I may as well test the waters with using it as a means of exercise at the same time..

Is that feasible? Or should I just stick to the brand new student health facilities?
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Old 07-18-05, 11:40 AM   #2
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You can get a great workout just by riding. It doesn't have to be a set schedule, just ride. Ride fast and feel the burn.

But if you do go for a training plan... I started out after I read the Lance Armstrong 7 Step book, which helped.
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