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Training is something complex, so some experienced advice is always valued.
I think this totally depends on what we are aiming, if it's just for recreational use it's not that important.
No way I am taking any flu shots, I feel that's bad for my health!
This looks awesome, at the same time carrying this around seems... heavy! :D
Best of luck in your project, let me see if I get the £10. :)
That is the biggest danger of supplements, we don't know what we are ingesting. Nothing like water and bananas as far as I see it.
Yep, it's really important to get the right size or else you will be doing it inadequately and might get injured.
Haha, so that's the though part of the bargain, negotiating with the wife usually it's the hardest part! :D
It's so great to do what we love and say we are hooked on something healthy right? :)
The benefits of cycling are not only physical, but also in our head, so definitely yes, I am way better cycling than doing nothing!
It really depends on how pregnant you are, if it's the starting months I think it's ok for short rides.
It's all about hard work and dedication, not only in cycling, but also in any other sport.
That's something important to have a place to store the bike, otherwise where will we put it, on our living room?
Love the saying, no hands, no feet, no teeth! :D
Nothing like beef, chips, egg, sleep and then ride the bike. :)
Under one hour there is really no need to refuel as the body has enough energy to continue.
Yeah, I usually don't buy used equipment, I prefer new, it's not that expensive.
Good old training will always be the way to go, supplements might help, but we always need to train.
In my city a bike sharing program is about to be created and I find that great, I mean, what's better than riding a bike?
Looking good, at the same time, are you doing that injured?