Nit much more than last year but there was a pretty significant difference between running and cycling.
Feeling super strong in both disciplines and looking forward to finding a good balance for next year.
Doing my bit to bring down the average YIS #s
Even still, my best year riding yet.
3k of that distance was on outside rides. I’m just getting going here w TR, so hopefully in 2020 I up my days active and overall distance. TBD.
Going for 200+ active days, 3k outside miles, + TR LV in 2020.
Hell of a first year, congrats and keep it up in 2020!
Lots of Velo Viewers here I think I will join the club.
To be fair, just joined but have no idea yet what the plus is…
Very nice…that will be a nice day. Chapeau
How many hours did you do prior to retirement and did you see a big fitness increase?
Great “work,” congrats.
I was still doing 400 - 500 hours in the couple of years bfore I took an early retirement at 54 years old. I turn 60 next week. My kids are out of the house and I have an angel of a wife (married 39 years) when it comes to putting up with my hours on the bike. I didn’t see a big fitness increase but the new flexibility in my schedule made riding life a lot easier. I can ride pretty much when I want. Recovery is much better without the work stress (and there was a lot of work stress). Nutrition and meal planning are much easier to manage. Overall, life became much easier which made riding even that much more enjoyable.
Better in 2019 vs 2018 and will smash those numbers in 2020 as I have a 70.3 in June and another one in Oct. The elevation stats are crazy inflated as it takes into account my Alpe Du Zwift stuff.