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What are your 2010 Goals?

I am learning how to create an annual training plan based on "The Cyclist Training Bible" and his same principles transfer to any sport although my goals are all related to bike racing. I set 3 measuareable goals with training objectives and dates to reach them by, determined how many hours I will train this year, and set up each week from there. Every 4th week will be a recovery week training only 4hrs.

1) Finish in the top half of the field at a WORS mtb race in my class
June 26/27 Subaru Cup

2) Finish in the top 10 at the Fall Fling Crit
dates are still TBD but probably in sept.

3) Move up one catergory in skinny tire and fat tire racing
I want to be ready for this by Sept 1

To achieve these goals 300 hrs per year is my starting point for training. I have three main race limiters; endurance, climbing, and race strategy. With objectives to improve each.

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This is not the psychology forum!

Mine are pretty simple this year.

1. Finish a sprint triathlon. This will actually be pretty easy for me, but last year was just to get in the pool and start swimming, so I'm making up for last year and doubling up.

2. Finish first in age group in a WORS Comp race. Not out of reach at all, especially this year, but who knows with how work is going to be.

3. Vague goal, but be much more aggressive in the hare scrambles this year. I will be going back to the "win or crash" attitude I had racing sportbikes.

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1. Finish an Olympic triathlon
2. Be able to move up to sport class in WORS series respectfully
3. Finish a century ride
4. Finish top ten in one of the sprint tri's I'm doing
5. weigh in at 170 by May 23rd Xterra race day!

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oops my bad, didnt notice what forum this was..SO on that note:

1.maybe drink less so my fat beer gut doesnt get bigger.
2. lay a little low on the coke this year so my blood pressure can stabilize on its own.
3.have my old lady wax the box more often to minimize the wear and tear on the o'l pecker.
4.try not to stare so much at chicks ass's when she is around, thats bad for my health in so many ways.

those are my goals for 2010



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finish mid pack in at least one enduro or HS
Hard goal for sure. I think you can do it though.

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finish every enduro or HS I do. I don't want any DNFs due to shoulder problems or general lack of endurance
Easy. You can do it no problem.

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I'll be happy if I stay healthy and not break any fucking bones.
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1. Finish an Olympic triathlon
2. Be able to move up to sport class in WORS series respectfully
3. Finish a century ride
4. Finish top ten in one of the sprint tri's I'm doing
5. weigh in at 170 by May 23rd Xterra race day!
I don't think you'll do any of those!

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I don't think you'll do any of those!

I set 'em high and get motivation from being pissed at myself when I fail!

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1. Finish an Olympic triathlon
2. Be able to move up to sport class in WORS series respectfully
3. Finish a century ride
4. Finish top ten in one of the sprint tri's I'm doing
5. weigh in at 170 by May 23rd Xterra race day!
1. You can do that as long as you can swim it. If I do the sprint tri easily I will try the Olympic too.
2. That will be tough. Tough competition, and you will need to do a lot of MTB races this year then. If you are motivated and willing to do that I think you can do it.
3. Easy. Let's do one next month on a warmer day. I've actually never done one if you can believe that.
4. If there are a dozen people or less we can do it.
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1. You can do that as long as you can swim it. If I do the sprint tri easily I will try the Olympic too.
2. That will be tough. Tough competition, and you will need to do a lot of MTB races this year then. If you are motivated and willing to do that I think you can do it.
3. Easy. Let's do one next month on a warmer day. I've actually never done one if you can believe that.
4. If there are a dozen people or less we can do it.
5. Possible. Skinny ass cracka!

1. I'm getting back into swim classes in the next 2 weeks
2. This will be my hardest one, I know. Maybe unatainable, but I'll try
3. I was hoping you'd say that! After computrainer classes are over I'm game
4. I ment in my age group, and I may do another indoor which this is very possible in.
5. I really doubt I can do be a skinny ass cracka, but again, I'll try!!

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Got a few goals this year
- Drop about 10 lbs in body fat
- Improve on cardio endurance
- Pay the bills off for the most part (except the bike that bill will take untill next year)

Everyone needs a healthy way to relax, mine Church, and two wheels, a stretch of winding road, and a pipe loud enough to give me headaches and make squirrels explode. (Fixed curtousey of PWRMAD)

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1. I'm getting back into swim classes in the next 2 weeks
2. This will be my hardest one, I know. Maybe unatainable, but I'll try
3. I was hoping you'd say that! After computrainer classes are over I'm game
4. I ment in my age group, and I may do another indoor which this is very possible in.
5. I really doubt I can do be a skinny ass cracka, but again, I'll try!!
Indoor tris suck. They are not representative of what somebody is capable of. We'll do some outdoor training before our first one.

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Remember, "win or crash".



Indoor tris suck.
this from the guy who's never done one!

but seriously?, yes, you need to keep things in perspective. But, it is a great way to get the feel for things and get your body used to trasitions

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this from the guy who's never done one!

but seriously?, yes, you need to keep things in perspective. But, it is a great way to get the feel for things and get your body used to trasitions
The bike is just how fast you can spin with no load on it. Seems pretty goofy to me, but better than just doing nothing I suppose.

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The bike is just how fast you can spin with no load on it. Seems pretty goofy to me, but better than just doing nothing I suppose.
there is load

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there is load
How is that? It is just a spin bike and they measure cadence only right?

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How is that? It is just a spin bike and they measure cadence only right?
they put an odometer on the wheel and measure distance that way. they do use the same tension for everyone on the spin bike which means it may be easy for you but hard others

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they put an odometer on the wheel and measure distance that way. they do use the same tension for everyone on the spin bike which means it may be easy for you but hard others
I asked at my gym, and they said no tension, just cadence/odometer. Hell if I want to spin at 170 with no tension and not being able to coast for a second without it ripping my leg off.

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I asked at my gym, and they said no tension, just cadence/odometer. Hell if I want to spin at 170 with no tension and not being able to coast for a second without it ripping my leg off.
They put tension on at my gym for sure. They did when I did it. They actually will have 2 indoor tri's. One will be more time and higher tension on the bike and an incline on the treadmill for the more experienced folk.

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They put tension on at my gym for sure. They did when I did it. They actually will have 2 indoor tri's. One will be more time and higher tension on the bike and an incline on the treadmill for the more experienced folk.
Meh, maybe if I have nothing to do on a Sunday I will do it for kicks.

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1. Finish an Olympic triathlon
2. Be able to move up to sport class in WORS series respectfully
3. Finish a century ride
4. Finish top ten in one of the sprint tri's I'm doing
5. weigh in at 170 by May 23rd Xterra race day!
I'm down with a century ride, never done one but the Hillier than Hell Hundred might be good.

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continue to not smoke.

finish mid pack in at least one enduro or HS

finish every enduro or HS I do. I don't want any DNFs due to shoulder problems or general lack of endurance
good luck with the smoking, I can't wait to get back on the mx bike.

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I'll be happy if I stay healthy and not break any fucking bones.
you sound pretty serious about this one, at least you got rid of the 450 so you're off to a good start
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This is not the psychology forum!

Mine are pretty simple this year.

1. Finish a sprint triathlon. This will actually be pretty easy for me, but last year was just to get in the pool and start swimming, so I'm making up for last year and doubling up.

2. Finish first in age group in a WORS Comp race. Not out of reach at all, especially this year, but who knows with how work is going to be.

3. Vague goal, but be much more aggressive in the hare scrambles this year. I will be going back to the "win or crash" attitude I had racing sportbikes.
1. sprint tri, no prob
2. What race/date is a comp race?
3. does your bike even start?

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1. sprint tri, no prob
2. What race/date is a comp race?
3. does your bike even start?

http://www.wors.org/schedule/
1. I got that shit!
2. Nevermind. That is the WORS class under Elite and above Sport and Citizen. Ask Meulen about the Citizen class first. Plan on Iola for the first WORS race.
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