Out having fun on bikes!!
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A quick post from James Wilson answering a question that I'm sure many of us have had!!
Overtraining is a funny thing - either you never have to worry about it because you are too lazy to work that hard (nothing wrong with that in some respects) or you seem to be in a constant battle with it as you try to balance your desire to do more and work harder with the reality that you can't physically handle everything you think you need to do. Some riders need a kick in the pants and some, like the rider in this Rider Q&A blog post, need to be told it is alright to back off a bit every now and then.
I recently received this email from James Wilson about the ability to recover efficiently during exercise efforts. Whether you are out on the trail or at the gym Your ability to recover between hard efforts is a vital skill that can be just as important as training your ability to work hard.
Sweetlines Announces World Premier of If She Can Do It Women’s Mountain Bike Film
Seattle, Washington - Local producer Kat Sweet of Sweetlines and filmmaker Mark Brent of Awesomeland fame will host a party in celebration of the world premier of If She Can Do It on Thursday, November 15 at Saint Andrews Bar and Grill in Seattle’s Greenlake neighborhood. The event is open to the public, and people outside of Seattle are encouraged to watch the film online at Pinkbike.com at the same scheduled time: 6:00 p.m. PT.
The Second Ride – Alert Bay