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Question is why coast? Personally I made an aim not to coast too much when riding( checked with a cadence histogram chart, usually is around 2~3% of time ). This is possible even after doing all out 30second intervals, I am still able to push out enough power to move me forward at a decent speed. The benefit of not coasting is obvious, your body will adapt ...


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I think there are several issues with your approach for improving power on bike: doing the same workout stresses the same aerobic pathway, since there are several ways your body can burn fuel it is worth exercising all of them. This means doing intervals of different length with different rest periods. Example: 3x(12+6) min on and off. The on part is ...


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I would check your saddle. They can and do wear out and collapse. I had the same issue and it was solved with a new saddle.


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If your saddle has been the same and nothing really changed, maybe it was something you did prior to that bike training on that day or before. Did you warm up as usual prior the training? Did you drink enough water prior the training? Change of diet might have something to do with it. Change of clothing? It looks like just a pull on your butt muscle. I ...


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This probably sounds completely non-helpful, but you'll know you don't need the training wheels when you're no longer using the training wheels. I'm sure you're probably tired of the non-helpful "don't use training wheels" as well... here's the problem with training wheels. Any two wheel, in-line vehicle (i.e., bicycle, motorcycle) is balanced and steered ...


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From here: If You Have: Numbness/pain from saddle Then: Position or saddle needs to be changed Some causes: Handlebar too low, causing you to rotate pelvis forward to reach bar. Saddle tilted too far up or down. Saddle too far back, so you're riding on the nose. Your saddle doesn't fit your anatomy Possible fixes: Raise handlebar with ...


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Please do not write in and tell me not to install the wheels - I agonized over this so long, and am only doing it as a last resort. I know you don’t want to hear this, but at least for children there has been a trend in recent years to skip training wheels completly. It just leads to children trusting in them and never learning to balance. Where did you ...



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