>Cross Training>So...I know nothing about biking...
Since I can't run for a month (well, we'll see...) I'm going to start biking every day, or at least as much as I can on my sore leg. I bike every day to school, but have never used it as an actual training effort. So how many miles a day is a good solid training ride? Like 20ish? It's probably the same as running: lots of LSD and some days do hills and stuff right? I've heard of clipless pedals but have no clue how to go about buying them, I may just stick to my running shoes on the bike. To stay in some sort of decent running shape, how many miles on the bike should I try to do a day? Thanks, and any other advice would be much appreciated
It's a 5k. It hurt like hell...then I tried to pick it up. The end.
Princess Cancer Pants
I think you should not move to clipless pedals when you have a cast -- everyone tells me that the adaptation to clipless pedals generally involves falling over several times in the process.
• Recover from 2017
• Surgery in March
• Continue showing Cancer that it's not welcome back. Ever.
• Rebuild to racing and big running & biking miles in 2019
Getting the wind knocked out of you is the only way to
remind your lungs how much they like the taste of air.
~ Sarah Kay
Yes. And saying "oh shit, oh shit, oh shit" as you fall over while at a complete stop and unable to release your shoe (after DH said he tightened the pedals just a TEENY bit).
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