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    I've learnt that slow and often builds MY legs with more durability than medium effort and not as often.
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    My wifey is doing the 100 and that means I probably will just so I can beat her... She's got me over the short stuff now (she's gone from a 33min 5km runner to under 22 so far - must be the coach ) Anything half mara and over is the only shit I can beat her in now, that being said, my reign as supreme master might be over in Marathons come november I'll just keep reminding her of how fast I was with my PBs There is 9 of the RunWith squad hitting up various UTA events.
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    Youโ€™re back in Australia? I thought you were still walking the ultraman WC marathon. Its good to have u back on trannies.
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    Don't be so hard on yourself... Let us do it for you That's is pretty bad, you can build a bike from parts in about 1.5hrs. Less with Di2.
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    Our favourite WA Triathlete is a year older today. Have a great one FFF
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    Running on consecutive days or not is a bit of a furphy. The best improvement will come from running the most you can while recovering properly from it. Running more often but shorter and/or slower is one method, leaving more time between runs is another. Both work but what works best is often down to individual circumstances. Most people are not willing to run slow enough or short enough ("it's not a real workout") to get the benefits from the former. Triathletes also suffer the burden of being time poor because they have to fit in swimming and cycling as well as having cardiovascular fitness that exceeds their body's running maturity.
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    I want one of these
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    I wouldn't have guessed you were a day older than 51 Happy Birthday Mate, I don't think your surprise quite made it across in time but keep a look out
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    I wonder if that Qantas site has been updated since I flew to Brisbane in March. I packed the bike in a Scicon bag and all was ok. I'm thinking for Worlds in Switzerland that I just take my pedals, shoes and saddle and rent a bike for the race. Not worth carting it for a 40k ride (then having to cart it around after).
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    Happy birthday FFF! All the best folks are born in October 1977! ๐Ÿ˜
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    Ah ffs Ex Cheers mate Thanks all โœŒ๏ธ 41 today. Better shape than when I was 18๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿค˜
  12. 1 point
    I've old. You aren't.
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    Fremantle Doctor ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜
  14. 1 point
    Thatโ€™s why I donโ€™t have Facebook or any social media-seems to bring out the crazy mob mentality in people.
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    Valid points. The part I like about the step/ramp tests is that failure is part of the process. Totally agree on the focus on performance testing for those new to cycling... it can be intimidating. The issue being that platforms such as Zwift rely on that damn FTP number for everything in workouts. There should be an 'on boarding' process for new cyclists and workouts, imo. Throw people into SIM or Level more and just display prompts/advice/basics like cadence, gear changing, breathing, mental focus tasks for a few weeks. Tracking their progress then moving them onto the more serious side of things once there's a measured improvement. Getting a bike, a trainer, and being told to ride until your eyes bleed isn't the experience that keeps people coming back for more. For some reason with all this new tech, big data, and AI, we're still stuck years in the past. There's so much more that could be done.
  16. 1 point
    Given the way their President slut shammed Professor Ford yesterday at his latest campaign rally - to the cheers and laughs of the audience - I really donโ€™t think there is the commitment to investigating and prosecuting sexual assaults in America: a bit like Australia 15-20 years ago. Things may be changing with #metoo but even that seems to be caught up in the Trump-Republican-Religious Right culture wars.
  17. 1 point
    if someone burnt the butter while cooking for me I'd leave.
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    I used a cardboard box on Jetstar with no complaints at check in..... Especially when he charged me with extra luggage ๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜ฌ But aren't we supposed to have intimate knowledge of our bikes?? Taking them apart and knowing what goes where is important... Isn't it?? Or am I old skool?
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    No, it was directed at Slater. How bad was that dive he did in the game, right up there with the one he did on luke lewis earlier in the year that got Lewis sent off and he didnt actually touch him, he just took of like a poor mans super man.
  21. 1 point
    I went and got the mower serviced so itโ€™s not too hard for her to start. Who said romance is dead?
  22. 1 point
    Stikman cooked burnt butter and sage gnocchi with pannacotta and raspberries. Likewise with the fishing reference.
  23. 1 point
    I'm exactly the same. I'm thinking I might put on 100kg, get a lapband and lose 100kg, then get in that way. Then just do a bit of training to get me around the course in about 16 hours.
  24. 1 point
    Ordered Thursday. Arrived today, ready to try on s long ride tomorrow. Very excited!๐Ÿ˜
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    I was in Kona last year and this was all people were talking about. Sad really and this side-show undermines the sport and the efforts of the 2,000 people who worked their ar$es off to qualify and race. Some people don't like Macca, some do. Let's just leave them to sort it out, with or without the help of the Police. Not my business.
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