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  1. Thread: 1 minute rule

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    If that is true, why aren't sprint finishes on...

    Everyone thinks that you are working harder if you are out of the saddle. That is not true. Your heart rate is higher but your power starts to dwindle. You get your most power while you are in the...
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    Search key word "Maximum HR" "Age Predicted...

    CycleGuy ....or anyone else....if you have the time could you look for an old is thread on Max HR formula. The one I'm thinking of has a link to a whole group of Max HR formulae....each...
  3. Thread: Hey I'm Back

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    Good to see you back. Hope all is well with you.

    Good to see you back. Hope all is well with you.
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    I consider myself an expert on arrhythmias as I...

    I consider myself an expert on arrhythmias as I seem to pretty much have experienced them all. :D
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    Yeah, a-fib is nothing to mess around with. Good...

    Yeah, a-fib is nothing to mess around with. Good thing he's getting checked out.

    http://velonews.competitor.com/cycling-extremes

    The two guys in the article above have stories much like mine. ...
  6. Thread: Hrrr...

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    I purposely don't use social media. I consider...

    I purposely don't use social media. I consider my time too valuable.

    Enlighten me. Are people stealing stuff posted here?
  7. Thread: Tabata spinning

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    Agreed. With an "all out" effort I never go...

    Agreed. With an "all out" effort I never go shorter than a 1:1 work to recovery ratio.
  8. Thread: The Sports Gene

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    I found it interesting, too. Especially how...

    I found it interesting, too. Especially how genetic diversity is greatest the closer you get to north Africa.

    But the answer was not too surprising. Is it nature or nurture - it's both.
  9. Thread: Training Wheels

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    I know what you mean. You'd think we were...

    Oooh, Todd .... just be thankful you're not a Facebook Friend. Even as I speak/write I'm trying to do battle (or restrain myself) with the *shruggies* WRT the Ebola "threat"....

    I know what you...
  10. Thread: Training Wheels

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    I think finally everything has been covered.

    I think finally everything has been covered.
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    Similar to what I just saw when I turned my time...

    Similar to what I just saw when I turned my time machine to 2044:

    Carbon: Ending the War that Nobody Started
  12. Maybe the simple point is you can't change your...

    Maybe the simple point is you can't change your genetically predisposed body type.
  13. I think it's pretty much accepted in the medical...

    I think it's pretty much accepted in the medical community that a lifelong history of endurance training will make one more susceptable to arrhythmias later in life. The adaptations the heart goes...
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    Some make this so unnecessarily complicated. ...

    Some make this so unnecessarily complicated. Trying to add precision explaining systems that are anything but precise.
  15. Thread: Human Nature...

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    Like bad weather being the result of cow farts or...

    Viv - the title of your post says it all "Human Nature" -we just don't want to believe that something may just be random.

    Like bad weather being the result of cow farts or <gasp> just breathing. ...
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    I've never heard of HR monitors being used that...

    I've never heard of HR monitors being used that way before. New to me.

    That said, for most of us with histories of arhythmias we don't really need a monitor to tell us something's going on, and...
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    So you use a fake HR Monitor to monitor the...

    Usually I just wear the watch when I teach. As GFP posted if you don't teach by example it's more difficult to get your students to wear one. (In class I usually don't wear my chest strap. Even with...
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    Sweet! You'll have to get your speech together.

    We'll have to wait for the award ceremony on March 2nd, but I am nominated for best performance in a Spinning® Instructor role ;)

    Sweet! You'll have to get your speech together.
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    I'm just guessing trying to pull off the act is...

    I'm just guessing trying to pull off the act is not exactly an Oscar worthy performance.
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    What makes u guys think you're better at pulling...

    What makes u guys think you're better at pulling off the "illusion" than your class participants? Why not just accept that some days u just won't have it and get off the bike?
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    I Guess Accidents Really Do Happen

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23773931
  22. Thread: Freaking out!

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    Why do one thing well when you can do multiple...

    Why do one thing well when you can do multiple things badly?
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    I believe the latest winner was a Minnesota state...

    I believe the latest winner was a Minnesota state swimming champ in high school. - Much easier to gain back fitness you recently had than it is to gain fitness you never had.
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