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The Cyclocross Workout Of The Day for Friday, 12.20.13. “Blech”

Howdy folks,

Well, hell…

It’s snowing here in Seattle.

I love snow.

I pretty much love Seattle.

The combination?

Not so much…

Blech.

Gonna’ be a bit of a hassle getting around town today, eh?

This could be good, though.

If you’re a Seattle/WA State local, and you’re racing Nationals, make it a point to get yer ass out there and ride your bike in the snow today.

There’s a really good chance the white stuff will be making an appearance In Colorado next month, and we don’t get much chance to practice in it.

So, today, take advantage of this rare opportunity.

Practice your snowy bike handling skills.

Play with your tire selection & inflation levels.

Cram as much snow-how (see what I did there?) into the day or so of snow you’ve got.

It’ll pay off for you in a few weeks.

 

****

Not a WA State local?

Hey, good for you!

If you’re racing tomorrow, you know what to do, right?

Get yourself ready to race by doing some Can Openers.

Not racing tomorrow, or this weekend?

Cool.

You should have yourself a pretty easy day today, ’cause You’re going to get some work in this weekend.

We’re going to start tapering down towards Nationals pretty darn soon, so this is just about the last chance you’re going to have toget some endurance work in before the last, final push of the season.

This weekend will be, that is.

So today?

Just go for an easy spin for an hour or so.

Relax.

Be prepared to do work tomorrow.

 

M

 

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~ by crosssports on December 20, 2013.

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