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Those who go the gym or exercise at home , how to find driving afterwards when you're knackered?

Best to wait awhile until you recover perhaps?


11 Sep 2017 03:25 pm
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If you're actually going to pass out or spew...yes listen to your body and do what works for you.


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It's important you replenish with protein and carbs. Drive to KFC.


11 Sep 2017 04:27 pm
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KFC aren't the protein and carbs you're looking for.


12 Sep 2017 10:24 am
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Well yeah, though he was being sarcastic anyway :)


12 Sep 2017 10:51 am
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I'm sorry, everyone knows I can't help but be a dick in this thread, especially Pep.

I'm picturing Pep in a KFC drivethrough waving his arms and saying "these aren't the protein and carbs you're looking for".

My hero is Ryan Bayley, the cyclist who smashed KFC and won two olympic gold medals.

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Few athletes captured the nation’s attention as much as cyclist Ryan Bayley during the 2004 Athens Olympics.
Dubbed “The KFC Kid” because of his habit of eating fast food before and after racing, the then 22-year-old was an unknown prior to Athens, but walked away with two individual gold medals in the sprint and the keirin to spearhead Australia’s best-ever cycling performance at an Olympics.


12 Sep 2017 12:30 pm
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Yeah not sure kfc or mcdonalds etc matter that much when u have a huge training load of intense cardio sport. I recently bought an xebex airbike for my birthday the other week and wowsers I wasnt expecting it to be so hard.

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12 Sep 2017 12:51 pm
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One look at Ryan Bayley's training routine and you'll quickly see how he could get away with smashing the KFC goodness pre/post racing.

For the average punter/gym junkie/weekend warrior? Good luck with that.


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Yep, that's how I can get away with it too.


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We've been playing KFC tennis in this thread for years. If you're strict with diet and train hard you can smash a KFC bucket each week and lose no condition. :up:


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Peppermint Lounge wrote:
We've been playing KFC tennis in this thread for years. If you're strict with diet and train hard you can smash a KFC bucket each week and lose no condition. :up:


On it :up:


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Few pics from my trip to France, doing the bucket list thing, climbed Mount Ventoux, Alpe d'Huez, Galibier, etc. Amazing trip, I got a nice shock on Ventoux, nothing I trained for here could prepare me for the constant 10-12% gradient grind that lasted for 5-6km. It was amazing how much stronger I got over the course of the trip and especially when I got back home, everything felt extremely easy as I just flew up local climbs. Easily the most challenging thing I've ever done.

I can understand why pros train at altitude, it makes your body so much more efficient.


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Wow, the thought of having to ride those climbs would make me cry, well done!


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Whoa, very very impressive!


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Here are the strava's of all the rides. This was back in July, we crossed paths with the Tour De France, so I got to see the pros suffering, developed a new found respect for what those guys do, simply amazing.

Warmup
https://www.strava.com/activities/1086529583
Mont Ventoux
https://www.strava.com/activities/1088497028
Alpe d'huez
https://www.strava.com/activities/1089763943
TDF Day(part Col de la Croix de Fer)
https://www.strava.com/activities/1091497450
Alpe d'Huez (part) & Les Deux Alpes
https://www.strava.com/activities/1093348092
Col du Galibier
https://www.strava.com/activities/1094568666
Col du Serene
https://www.strava.com/activities/1096201550
La Berarde
https://www.strava.com/activities/1097549029


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