After having a subscription from the beginning I decided to end my subscription. I was grandfathered in at $99 a year which made me hold on to it even when I didnt use it. At 56 years old all the plans seem to keep me right at the edge of over training. I’ve held out and hoped for the “master’s plans” but they never materialized. Im primarily a MTB racer but I train mostly on the road… I am a Reno resident and often felt a duty to support a local company run by people I knew…but many of them have left so now I dont seem to have that loyalty anymore. Im getting close to ending my racing career and I just can’t handle staring a bar graphs anymore so on to some zwift training plans that offer me a bit more engagement and visual stimulation…Thank you Nate & Chad for making me fast for a long time…forever grateful…
I did not renew my Disney+ subscription. Kids are getting older, just didn’t see the need for it. Might be back in the future. Just wanted to let you know.
Hey…yeah thanks for sharing…Disney+ is in my Hulu package…never watch it.
How are you going to watch all of the Star Wars stuff??
I did not renew my AP Stylebook subscription. I can find most of my AP style answers through search, just didn’t see the need for it. Might be back in the future. Just wanted to let you know.
I just cancelled my Spectrum TV service which was over $200 a month, been with them for over 22 years…went with Hulu+ and get all the same channels for $82.
We have it through November so will get through season 2 of Loki. But they’ve been slacking on the Marvel content.
We will just wait a year, subscribe a month and binge for some good trainer content. Probably do a one month rotation of the different streaming services… that way we don’t have to wait weekly.
Agreed…hoping Loki S2 starts to turn it around. Secret Invasion was pretty disappointing.
That’s the way to do it. I start and stop the Hulu tv thing for the NBA, Olympics, and election time.
I only had an account for a year, but the promises of a “masters plan” that never materialized is why I didn’t renew. I signed up after reading the promises, then I found out how long it had been “in the works” and gave up after a year. I’m 61, so I don’t want to waste time waiting around for vaporware. I’ve hired a coach who is close to my age and is accustomed to training old guys like me.