Monthly Archives: December 2019

Group Ride with Rudi M: 34 miles

Group Ride with Rudi M: 34 miles Rudi M emailed me yesterday afternoon to see if I’d join him on a 200k bike ride today. I eventually checked the weather forecast for today and determined it would be a pretty … Continue reading

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How to Train in the Off Season

How to Train in the Off Season

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An Off Season Training Routine

An Off Season Training Routine Focus on flexibility, mobility, balance, and strength. It’s tough to be in race shape year-round. In fact, it’s not healthy to always be in tip-top shape.

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RUSA 200k Calendar Ride

RUSA 200K Calendar Ride Today’s NJ Rando ride started at 7:30AM when it was about 20 degrees outside. There seemed to be 8 or 9 riders present. I only knew three of them: Chris S, Gil L, and Vadim G. … Continue reading

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Fat Adaptation for Endurance Activities

Fat Adaptation for Endurance Activities Use a modified fat adaptation strategy during your hardcore training periods. And go all-the-way to fat adaptation when you approach your main events. This is the way to go because it’s hard to “build” while … Continue reading

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Sunday Solo Ride: 54 miles

Sunday Solo Ride: 54 miles NJ Rando is offering two calendar rides next weekend. I’d kind of like to ride them. One is 125 miles, and the other is 75 miles. Since I haven’t been on the bike since Oct … Continue reading

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Hilly Carlisle 356.5

Hilly Carlisle 356.5 I dreamed up this cycling route yesterday. Finished it to its current version this morning. It starts and ends in Carlisle, PA. Looks like it has possibility to become an ACP SR600.

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