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Focused on IT solutions, integrations since beginning of 2000. Started .NET and MSSQL technologies at the release in between .NET 3.0 and 3.5


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accepted What's the loss of effective output, with a worn chain?
Jul
16
comment What's the loss of effective output, with a worn chain?
@wdypdx22 You know at this time, your help are welcome :)
Jul
16
comment What's the loss of effective output, with a worn chain?
Im also sort of aware with a fact that I cant feel or find this difference myself.. so.. hard to describe. I will read through your document. Regarding oil, grease aso.. yeah.. i think it really significant.. just estetic..
Jul
16
comment What's the loss of effective output, with a worn chain?
.. Effect that a new chain will put horizontal. Which mean direction of the movement it maded for..
Jul
16
comment What's the loss of effective output, with a worn chain?
Thanks. My own idea, without knowledge of how to calculate effects of a material under a movement, is that there Have to be an important factor. But as I told, i really dont know why, but it appears to be so. A worn chain have a stabilization per each link that passes a rotation/cog. When shifting. It have a longer "climb time" which mrans there can be several more links involved before the shift is actually complete - and can deliver full effect again. I can also see that a chain under stress, give away vibrations vertically..
Jul
15
revised What's the loss of effective output, with a worn chain?
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Jul
15
asked What's the loss of effective output, with a worn chain?
Jun
8
comment Why recover with carbohydrates, instead of with protein?
@Stephen I agree and will state that less energy carried while biking not means you can ride shorter time. 4-6 hours is 4-6 hours even then. I can't see that i.e. 6-8 hours instead, with lot of energy, is of more use.
Jun
7
awarded  Scholar
Jun
7
accepted Why recover with carbohydrates, instead of with protein?
Jun
7
comment Why recover with carbohydrates, instead of with protein?
To be more clear, the citate in my comment above is from the abstract in link "REGULATION OF MUSCLE GLYCOGEN REPLETION, MUSCLE PROTEIN SYNTHESIS AND REPAIR FOLLOWING EXERCISE". There are also a few assumptions at the end, about new research and the role of protein.
Jun
7
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Jun
7
comment Why recover with carbohydrates, instead of with protein?
@wdypdx22 Thank's for help. You have to take the context with your motion (your citated comment is to a guy who replied about Carl Lewis, which I tried to confront). Now removed because it appearently give a missleding meaning.
Jun
7
comment Why recover with carbohydrates, instead of with protein?
@Stephen It will limit available energy and broke you down earlier. What are the point with training? What sort of decrease would I achieve due to this shortage? You have also a mind of yours, to train. If you would in a 20 km-break-out, passing your limit, you're probably happy to recognize the feeling and an idea how to handle the situation (ignoring signals from legs, ignore the distance from those behind, puzzling the head to continue...)
Jun
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Jun
7
comment Why recover with carbohydrates, instead of with protein?
"Moreover, recent research suggests that consuming a carbohydrate/protein supplement post exercise will have a more positive influence on subsequent exercise performance than a carbohydrate supplement." - I'm happy to see what "later research" says about protein in additional few years. It's proofed as a slow process for the body to build carbos through protein, but is it proofed as less good, and when? Sometimes scientists need to exclude such points.
Jun
2
comment Why recover with carbohydrates, instead of with protein?
@Stopher87 Thank's. This is not so much about "why not using protein instead" but I agree on think honestly about food routines. I see competitors that doing so big thing of thier food that they nearly can't focus on the competition itself. One note though, that are quite opposite to many, pure water during ride!!! If you need energy, take it on bars, gel or normal food (dried apricots, bananas, walnuts..), based on what suitable for the race.
Jun
2
comment Why recover with carbohydrates, instead of with protein?
@Stephen that leads me to a subquestion. Are training of looong distance with just adding water while riding, a task that make your body stronger? I almost 100% never attach other then pure water because I want it as a boost on competition and other important races. If i'm trained to ride 5 hours with hughe addition of carbs/whatsoever, im also trained to require it to 'alive'. I really cant say im failed of my theory.. it may require a new Q though.
May
28
comment Why recover with carbohydrates, instead of with protein?
@Karl Salt are important! +1. Though, during the race & pre..
May
28
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