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    indoor training

    whats the best training video out there

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    Check this out.

    www.racedayrush.com

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    My personal favorite is Off Road To Athens - not a "training movie" per se, but there sure is a lot of racing footage!
    Alison Dunlap Coaching
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    race day rush question

    Can you use a mac to view? I have a new Mac. How do you use the site? Have you used it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alison Dunlap Coaching
    My personal favorite is Off Road To Athens - not a "training movie" per se, but there sure is a lot of racing footage!
    i agree. great movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy
    Can you use a mac to view? I have a new Mac. How do you use the site? Have you used it?

    found this hyper-link in the endurance forum. Good luck.

    http://www.divx.com/en/products/software/mac/divx

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    To access the web site you need to join. To get the full length video's you need to purchase.

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    not totally true.

    Quote Originally Posted by scarsellone
    To access the web site you need to join. To get the full length video's you need to purchase.
    You do need to join to access the movies (free to join). There are a handful of mountain bike specific videos as well as road bike, and adventure racing videos, which I believe are full length, on the site. The folks at racedayrush.com are putting together a "studio series" that will cost money to use, but the have put some work into overlaying elevation profiles, and RPE charts into the videos. If you don't feel like you need those special features, then just use the free-be videos and have fun riding indoors. Anything that helps make the time go by on the trainer is worth checking out IMO.

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    Studio Series Update

    We are in the process of adding the dashboard to multiple races that we filmed this season and expect to have a minimum of 12 available varying in nature. Also, we are working on the addition of some road content for those that prefer this for logging base time. Our feedback is that having the dash structure is good for staying engaged in the workout and visualization component of the ride. Makes things go by much quicker without the pain of getting through it on the trainer.

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    http://www.apexracephotography.com

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