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Basic training concepts for Masters? "MOSTLY HARD"?

Old 05-23-19, 11:08 PM
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Originally Posted by redlude97 View Post
LMK how it goes with Eric, had a bike fit last year that works well but he's a PT and I kinda want to address a 54/46% power split due to an old ankle injury
It went well. He's very smart, experienced, and opinionated, all good. He said my bars and stem were from the 90's, true, and made me a parts list to get my upper body more the way he liked. I'm to redo, ride a while, and report back for another look. My saddle was perfect, but I need a more setback post, 'cause right now the clamp is all the way forward on the rails. My self-diagnosis was completely and provably wrong. He's not sure of his fix because my physical development is asymmetrical for some unknown reason. So we'll see. My problem is that I've developed a stubborn asymmetrical saddle sore.
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