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Unread 01-18-2011, 09:02 AM
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Unread 01-18-2011, 09:31 AM
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Great series Lyle.

wrt "Does the Training Determine the Diet or the Diet Determing the Training?" What does your diet look like? Not sur if I should post here or in the Article Suggestion thread but it would be nice to see how you apply the principles in the aforementioned article to your own training.
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Do you live in an area that isn't conducive to skating in the winter?
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Unread 01-18-2011, 11:36 AM
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Really? Really? Could you really be so lazy as to not read the words in the article where I very very very very specifically explained why I'm training the way I train. Really?
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Yeah I read it....I didn't think the weather in Austin was that inconsistent.
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Really? Really? Could you really be so lazy as to not read the words in the article where I very very very very specifically explained why I'm training the way I train. Really?

With relatives in Austin, reading the first article did have me scratching my head as well. Winters there is like spring/fall in most of the country.
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And yet there is snow on the ground as I look out my window. And the low was like 19 for the past three days. And it may be warm next week. And then cold again.

And what did I explicitly say in the article that Jesse and apparently you couldn't be bothered to read.

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Outdoor inline was out for sure; yes, you can argue that I should skate when the weather is nice but I tend to prefer less variety and more control/consistency in my training. If I couldn’t skate consistently in the winter, I don’t want to skate outdoors at all. I’m not just being psycho here (just mostly); it’s just problematic switching back and forth from skating to the slideboard and back all the time; you get sore from the change in the modes, it’s hard to control progressions, etc.


Ultimately, for whatever reason, I had to pick one or the other; since outdoor wasn’t guaranteed on a consistent basis that was out. Which left the following options: ice, dryland conditioning, the slideboard, and indoor inline skating. I suppose no skating specific training was an option but that’s not even on the table.
I ttry to be pretty good about explaining myself and the above seems awfully damn clear. Mainly the fifth word in that bolded sentence.
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