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This has been the view I see most training days. My shadow and I are intimate with the climbs and suffering. So much of my training has been solo this year. Part good part bad. I love mixing it up with my team mates but I have this tendency to want to throw down. Often. Ha! So learning how to ramp up, achieve goals and taper (e.g. REAL recovery) has been my take-away for 07. Logical to most of you but I have been for time ad infinitum all about the go-go-go and my heart speaks to my head more often than my body can get a chance to.
The spins around Boulder in early mornings are epic. Right now things are changing. You can see the Aspens just starting to get golden. Little cold pockets of air that sit there in ambush as you come into a corner and go from warm to cold. All signals of cross season. Yum.

The contusions are healing up famously, but the ribs are still reminding me. Sleep on the back or left side is about it....but the sleep comes heavy and deep. Really looking forward to Saturday and mixing it up with the boys. The goals are yet to come but cleanliness is what I am striving for. Too many rookie moves last weekend that is all about the discipline I need to re-enforce with myself. Each one is a subtraction, not an addition to the goals being built.

Life is good. Cross on.

Reader Comments (4)

Great post.

September 20, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterDB

September 20, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

It's the easy days that make you stronger.


September 20, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

I GOTTA FEAVER AND THE ONLY PRESCRIPTION IS MORE COWBELL!! HA!!!!!!!! That is an awesome youtube. I'm embarrassed to say I remember that BOC song was raging on Casey Kasem's Top 40.

September 21, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterGreg

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