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    training partners are awsome ...

    i finally found some one to ride with who is a pretty fair match up for my level of traning ...
    it's cool to ride with some one that can keep up with you and when they get ahead it gives you more incentive to catch up ...
    it also makes for a more enjoyable ride ...
    question though ...

    i had a great ride and ended up more sore than last weeks ride ...
    only thing i did different is my post ride meal was different had burritos (yeah i know not the greatest ) where i usually eat several peices of french toast ...(figured it might be a good mix of carbs and protien for post ride recovery)

    but would it make that much of a difference in how sore i am the next day ?
    i've been doing this routine for a few months but last week was the first time i wasn't realy sore just kinda sore ...and today i HURT (although i notice i am doing the same speeds in higher gears now on my morning commute )
    Last edited by laotsu42; 05-03-2004 at 12:18 AM. Reason: it sucks trying to post while taking calls ...
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