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      04-30-2016, 06:11 AM   #18855
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Stuck in LAX. Our 1135 flight now leaves at 1245 but probably no way we make the connection in Detriot. So what's to do for a day in D Rock City???
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Plus, you aren't really in Detroit. The airport is in Romulus. Literally nothing there. You are 1/2 hour drive from anything remotely interesting. Axius may have better advice, he spent more time closer to downtown. I grew up in the 'burbs.

The Henry Ford, in Dearborn, is what I would do though. Cars, history... Got it all.
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      04-30-2016, 07:48 AM   #18858
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      04-30-2016, 08:27 AM   #18859
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Not really. I wish i was, but it's just not that difficult to hit that mileage on a road bike. To do that mileage at a higher average mph than i'm doing is when it gets more difficult. But I'm not fast either. I'm trying though. Unfortunately, all the people i know that bike are actual "beasts". My goal is a 1 hour 40k (roughly 25 miles holding 25mph). My current best is 1 hour 19 minutes. 1 hour 40k is a tall order for me, but all the people i ride with can do it in 1 hour, or better. But they've all been riding for at least 10 years. i've been at it since Dec 2015.

At my current weekly mileage, i'll be at 2000 miles by the end of June. After Montana (late July) i'm going to focus on getting faster, which will involve some lifting.

Are you running for cardio or doing something else?
Oh, well I'm obviously a bike noob. But that's almost no time, still good incremental increases, IMO. Stuff like that is just like resistance or weight training, to a degree. Obviously you won't just be able to hop on a bike and do 25mph consistently for an hour. Lol

And my cardio is interval training (including running). So I have three intensity levels, broken down into 1 minute: 30 seconds for initiating intensity levels, 15 seconds for the mid-tier modified set, and then the final 15 are the high impact/intensity set. Including running, I do Charlestown kicks, jacks, 3 in 1 push-ups, sumo jacks, ice skaters, plyo step backs, etc.
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That type of training is crazy difficult because there are technically not real rest periods to fully adjust your heart rate; all you have are different periods of low intensity routines, followed by the higher ones, and your heart rate isn't really given ample opportunity to come down. About 4 months ago, I could barely get through 15 minutes. Now I do it once a week, 40-45 mins a superset.
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That type of training is crazy difficult because there are technically not real rest periods to fully adjust your heart rate; all you have are different periods of low intensity routines, followed by the higher ones, and your heart rate isn't really given ample opportunity to come down. About 4 months ago, I could barely get through 15 minutes. Now I do it once a week, 40-45 mins a superset.
That kind of cardio is definitely difficult. I always have a ton of respect for people who do high intensity routines like that. I used to be a cardio guy, but I've given it up and go for the glamour muscles now. I'm too skinny for that. Which is what I tell myself because those workouts would destroy me. Lol
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That type of training is crazy difficult because there are technically not real rest periods to fully adjust your heart rate; all you have are different periods of low intensity routines, followed by the higher ones, and your heart rate isn't really given ample opportunity to come down. About 4 months ago, I could barely get through 15 minutes. Now I do it once a week, 40-45 mins a superset.
That kind of cardio is definitely difficult. I always have a ton of respect for people who do high intensity routines like that. I used to be a cardio guy, but I've given it up and go for the glamour muscles now. I'm too skinny for that. Which is what I tell myself because those workouts would destroy me. Lol
Ha, no kidding! It definitely has helped sculpt my core, though. Like, this is after week 8 of my "super month set" routine. These pics are literally 30 days apart. Took one this morning, the other on April 1st. I also feel MUCH stronger. I'm going for the glamour muscles in the fall. But RN, I literally feel as though I could complete a 5k without breaking a sweat.
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That type of training is crazy difficult because there are technically not real rest periods to fully adjust your heart rate; all you have are different periods of low intensity routines, followed by the higher ones, and your heart rate isn't really given ample opportunity to come down. About 4 months ago, I could barely get through 15 minutes. Now I do it once a week, 40-45 mins a superset.
That kind of cardio is definitely difficult. I always have a ton of respect for people who do high intensity routines like that. I used to be a cardio guy, but I've given it up and go for the glamour muscles now. I'm too skinny for that. Which is what I tell myself because those workouts would destroy me. Lol
Also just re upped on some watermelon. Blue Raz is cool but it's like, a chemical blueberry taste. Pretty hard to fuck up watermelon.
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      04-30-2016, 11:24 AM   #18864
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Not really. I wish i was, but it's just not that difficult to hit that mileage on a road bike. To do that mileage at a higher average mph than i'm doing is when it gets more difficult. But I'm not fast either. I'm trying though. Unfortunately, all the people i know that bike are actual "beasts". My goal is a 1 hour 40k (roughly 25 miles holding 25mph). My current best is 1 hour 19 minutes. 1 hour 40k is a tall order for me, but all the people i ride with can do it in 1 hour, or better. But they've all been riding for at least 10 years. i've been at it since Dec 2015.

At my current weekly mileage, i'll be at 2000 miles by the end of June. After Montana (late July) i'm going to focus on getting faster, which will involve some lifting.

Are you running for cardio or doing something else?
Oh, well I'm obviously a bike noob. But that's almost no time, still good incremental increases, IMO. Stuff like that is just like resistance or weight training, to a degree. Obviously you won't just be able to hop on a bike and do 25mph consistently for an hour. Lol

And my cardio is interval training (including running). So I have three intensity levels, broken down into 1 minute: 30 seconds for initiating intensity levels, 15 seconds for the mid-tier modified set, and then the final 15 are the high impact/intensity set. Including running, I do Charlestown kicks, jacks, 3 in 1 push-ups, sumo jacks, ice skaters, plyo step backs, etc.
I take it all back. I'm fucking whooped. Lol

And yeah, I'm rounding up and calling that 50. Ain't nothing you can do to talk me out of it. Haha
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Nice dude! What's 7/10 a mile anyway?! Haha
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That burn ratio is insane, really nicely sustained curve. Way to kill that shit!
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With the time change and a decent tail wind we had 35 minutes to go about 20 gates so now in Canada, eh

I've been up for 29 hours though so trying to push thru about 5 more before crashing for the night. Entertain me or I won't make it
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With the time change and a decent tail wind we had 35 minutes to go about 20 gates so now in Canada, eh

I've been up for 29 hours though so trying to push thru about 5 more before crashing for the night. Entertain me or I won't make it
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Nice dude! What's 7/10 a mile anyway?! Haha
Closer to 6/10 bitch! Hahaha

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Nice dude! What's 7/10 a mile anyway?! Haha
Closer to 6/10 bitch! Hahaha

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Ohhhh nooooooooo that looks soooo good!!! Much better than my leftover Parmesan couscous and two slices of pepperoni pizza.
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With the time change and a decent tail wind we had 35 minutes to go about 20 gates so now in Canada, eh

I've been up for 29 hours though so trying to push thru about 5 more before crashing for the night. Entertain me or I won't make it
29 hours ain't shit. Stop acting old.

Ok, I'm off for a nap.
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With the time change and a decent tail wind we had 35 minutes to go about 20 gates so now in Canada, eh

I've been up for 29 hours though so trying to push thru about 5 more before crashing for the night. Entertain me or I won't make it
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The funniest part about that is (and maybe grossest, sorry in advance) that I have to do that so I can air out my lower half since my sessions are mad intense. It's literally like coming out of a pool while you've still got your clothes on. I know Mr Tonka gotta feel me on that one.
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Nice dude! What's 7/10 a mile anyway?! Haha
Closer to 6/10 bitch! Hahaha

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Ohhhh nooooooooo that looks soooo good!!! Much better than my leftover Parmesan couscous and two slices of pepperoni pizza.
They took the chicken out of the smoker and pulled it while I waited (stretching ). And the beans came out of the same smoker. Belly is full and I'm experiencing some deja vu.
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