SF takes all 3 distance spots and some other real estate.
Iconha-Guarapari, ES takes 2 spots.
Portland is on the charts for the first time in a while.
SF takes the majority with 4 spots…again
Philly comes in with 2. (tightpants (broken collarbone) and ryan f (sick ) are on the health excuse list)
NYC 1-(Brian Q returns)
Copenhagen 1 (Rasmus Returns)
We’re taking a moment of silence out of respect for ORFN and crew.
Positivity and Love Friends-focus it for Aaron.
It’s what keeps us all going.
@Regrann from @mrelmnt: ::::::::: ORFN update: I spent the day at hospice today with lots of family and friends gathered; with several just dropping in for quick visits throughout the day. We sipped tea and laughed, told stories and got to know one another a little bit better. I read to him briefly but unfortunately the book took a turn for the worse and got stressful which seemed to upset him, so I stopped. He communicates non verbally for the most part and with great effort; lifting his eyebrows or other rather subtle movements. Hospice is INCREDIBLE! They do their best to keep him comfortable and respect family and friends in the process of loss and mourning. I plan on going to grief counseling and support groups through hospice in the near future! I love ORFN and ask folks to please keep praying for our guy as he is in a world of pain and needs us to stay positive, respectful and loving towards him and those close to him…a lot of whom suffer deeply, he's such a special and unique human being!! Bless US All!!!! :::::::::: #orfn #prayfororfn #orfnus @orfn2016
look like copenhagen making some moves…richard of SF in winning position.
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I contacted tacx about upgrading my bushido into something more contemporary. Have not heard back. If I don’t soon I will start hitting up some of the other smart trainer companies.
for the record I’m doing the CTS indoor trainer program on Strava. I didn’t ride much this year and want to make sure I don’t fall into the same pattern next year.
day 2= 4 x 10 minute Steady State Intervals with cadence changes every 2 minutes.
So for me: 4 sets of heart rate around 165bpm. cadence@85-95rpm’s for 2 minutes, that 95-105rpm for 2 minutes, etc for 10 minutes. spin at endurance HR for 5 minutes and then start new set.
This was easier than the first one for sure. Just stare at the numbers and try to make them match up. It’s also easy to get distracted without focus.