@Mattys specialised camber comp, locals are the pain at my trails! Thinking it’s a good idea to put stuff across the trails to stop people riding them at the minute, absolute idiots! Also apparently th.rash changes to ‘extra phys’ when you post
Yeah there’s the issues of trails you don’t know what’s around the next bend! I used to go wary few years back when I used to go out jogging and a few times caught teenagers tying string across walkways obviously you know for what reason when some poor jogger goes that way.
As long as the cows aren't accompanied by calfs just barge past them. If they won't move give 'em a solid bash on the butt with a hefty stick....I was out cycling to doctors appointment ended up waiting 30min and being late!
‘When I was waiting I did question should I make a go for it when an opening provided an opportunity but of course I didn’t know cows don’t kick back and they were pretty lively and I didn’t want to get my shins kicked in!As long as the cows aren't accompanied by calfs just barge past them. If they won't move give 'em a solid bash on the butt with a hefty stick.
Top tip: Cows don't kick backwards; they kick sideways.
On a serious note though, this is ok if you’re training different body parts, I train twice a day myself. Three times is perhaps excessive and possibly counterproductive.big 2-3 hour epics and/or training 2 or 3 times per day.
Best to listen to your body and adjust when needed so not to get injured.Definitely think I've started hitting the top of that curve on the edge of overtraining. As anyone following this thread will see, I usually like to smash myself pretty hard and do big 2-3 hour epics and/or training 2 or 3 times per day.
However today I fully, unforgivably, wrapped about 10 mins into my session with a bit of a sudden mood/motivation swing which just never happens. Been having pretty poor sleep recently and my body just won't stop being hungry. Counting my calories I ate about 4000 yesterday, already on 2500 today and still feel hungry and want to eat the kitchen bare.
Fairly safe to assume I'm not pregnant so now need to have a think on how to adjust the training plan. Currently got 2 sides of opinion from mates - the RM mate saying overtraining is almost impossible and I need to stop being weak minded, and the civvy PT mate telling me to take a full week off for recovery. I suspect for our goal the truth lies somewhere in between.