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2014-10-22 8:23 AM
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Nope no races planned until the spring. I would have to travel significantly to find a race this time of year. Still trying to ride to/from work but it is getting very dark and cold. It was about 32 F this morning and sunrise isn't expected until after 8 am.

A weights challenge sounds interesting. November will be a challenge for me as I am on the road for 1/2 the month. I still need to continue improving my base cardio so I will need to keep that a significant part of my plan too. I will find something that fits. If you all do the challenge I am in.

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unless you have a race planned then i would say come up with your off season plan. I think for Nov we should do a weights challenge. Nothing crazy maybe 3 times a week focused on legs/shoulders.


2014-10-22 1:15 PM
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Prayers to our Canadian friends. So sorry to hear of this senseless tragedy.




2014-10-22 1:17 PM
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Have ordered the "Triathlete's Training Bible" and Swim Speed Workouts for Swimmers and Triathletes." Hoping for "Workouts in a Binder for Indoor Cycling" for Christmas. Bring on the off-season!
2014-10-22 3:13 PM
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Originally posted by b2b14 Race weather is forecast at 73/50. I was able to get a free pair of arm warmers thx to a gift certificate that i found in a drawer at the house. i am also going to have a trash bag with a head whole and arm holes for when i first get on the bike to cut the wind till it starts to warm up. I figure i can dump it at a stop. I'm afraid to do anything like that for the legs. once the sun has been up for a while i should be fine. this is how i was feeling this week, but now i am getting better

 

That sounds like perfect weather for a race.  Maybe a little cool at the beginning but once you get going it should be nice.

Best of luck to you!

2014-10-22 3:50 PM
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That´s too bad....front page in all newspapers in Spain -

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Prayers to our Canadian friends. So sorry to hear of this senseless tragedy.





2014-10-22 3:52 PM
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I found the 'Training Bible' a bit too technical, what about the other two? Looking for new ways to keep the training in fair shape

Originally posted by aviatrix802

Have ordered the "Triathlete's Training Bible" and Swim Speed Workouts for Swimmers and Triathletes." Hoping for "Workouts in a Binder for Indoor Cycling" for Christmas. Bring on the off-season!


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