Training at the track...
rvanhoff at u.washington.edu
Mon Jul 17 17:07:49 PDT 1995
for those wondering, this message was forwarded by myself for some
unknown reason. i got a phone call while reading it on my computer.
srange things happen when pine gets interrupted.
thought i'd let you know.
On Mon, 17 Jul 1995, Richard Vanhoff wrote:
> On Mon, 17 Jul 1995, Scott Chegwidden wrote:
> > Hey gang,
> > To all who are interested...we are still training at the track on
> > Wednesday afternoons. Racing doesn't start until 7:00pm so if we show up
> > by 4:30 then we can get in an hour and a half to two hours of good
> > interval work. Things we'll be working on include a lot of pace line
> > type intervals, pursuit (long) intervals, and sprints. Afterwards we can
> > watch the 4's clean-up in the races that evening. If you are planning on
> > racing that evening, don't worry. The riding before hand will be
> > excellent warm-up for the races that evening. It's hard to get a good
> > warm-up that simulates racing at the track, and these training exercises
> > are the best way I know of to do that. I may or may not be doing
> > motor-pacing a little earlier (around 4pm) with GS-Flash, depending on if
> > there is a motor and driver available.
> > Let me know if you would like to go and we can arrange transportation
> > accordingly.
> > hope to see you out there,
> > Scott
> > PS: Yes, I do plan to go out this week. I won't be doing any match
> > sprinting, or miss'n'out's with you guys, but I would like to get back on
> > the bike and do a few intervals.
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