although, while I'm here...what do people recommend I stick on't telly while I train...something inspiring, that I don't have to pay too much attention to to still enjoy I guess?
>"what do people recommend I stick on't telly while I train"
Surely you will be too busy concentrating on keeping every pedal stroke, smooth, even and powerful, to pay any attention to the telly?
Or watch an old tour stage on DVD - climb when they do, sprint when they do, attack when they do etc etc.
Easy for me to say though, I've just done 4 hours in the sunshine :-))))
one tip is if your using it indoors you will want to have a fan blasting you from the front as you do get surprisingly hot (was using mine in a cold garage last night and steam was coming off me within 10 mins). i personally just listen to music (DnB seems to work well)
Another one for sufferfest, a great work out !
One day I will try that twice. Once is enough at present
Another vote for Sufferfest - The Long Scream
I have Angels as well, but it broke me last time I did it!!
Sufferfest are very good, and the structured nature of the work out is much better than just spinning in front of the TV.
I have Angels (climbing about 1 hr) and Hell Hath No Fury (about 1hr 30 lot's of pretty pro girls who leave me totally worn out - Race Simlulation)
Its all about the sufferfest for me. I do them once a week with a group of mates.
> one tip is if your using it indoors you will want to have a fan blasting you from the front as you do get surprisingly hot...
Wouldn't that slow you down?
lol no just cool you down
> Wouldn't that slow you down?
depends which direction the conveyor belt is moving
well 9 of them, times are hard my JSA doesn't stretch very far. if i had the money i would have bought
When choosing your music, think about its tempo and the cadence at which you wish to pedal.
DnB works well prog rock not so well
> well 9 of them, times are hard my JSA doesn't stretch very far. if i had the money i would have bought
Do you steal things from shops? they are so cheap anyway(about £8) that there really is no need to rip the guy off. He's not a big corporation but a guy turning a great idea into a benefit for everyone and making a living. Step up and buy one...
Lance and Marco both juiced up and pumping!!!!
as i have finally got a job today i will buy the rest
quite a few people on here have also asked for the link to the torrent so its not like i'm the only one
> quite a few people on here have also asked for the link to the torrent so its not like i'm the only one
Oh OK. That makes it alright then!
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