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Old 07-27-15, 07:41 PM
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Originally Posted by gtrob View Post
It also helps when you get poor conditions and your times worsen but your power is on track, to not feel like you are crap
YES! This is a point that I forgot.

If you ride a flying 200M that's 0.5s slower than you expected, you are gonna be bummed. But, if you see that your numbers are the same (or higher) then maybe it was your line or wind. Those are easier to fix than re-doing 6 months of training
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