Adjusting Your Riding to Fit Your Circumstances

road cycling postureLife is a journey and there are definitely bumps and detours along the way.  Sure, we have our cycling plans and goals set out for ourselves….but what happens when your goals change?  What happens when your life situation changes?

This is something that can affect all things in your life, including your cycling.  So how do you deal with it?

In this episode of the Cycling 360 Podcast, Darryl and Victor dive right in and discuss ways to deal with it, including:

  • How to make sure your weekly riding fits with your goals
  • What do you do when you have a major shake up in your day to day life?
  • Tips for dealing with adversity on and off the bike
  • How Darryl got over his hatred of the trainer
  • What technical changes need to be made when adjusting your cycling

Plus a whole lot more valuable information.  You don’t want to miss this one.

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    I found this podcast by chance; but it applied to my “circumstance” right now. Briefly, I was derailed, as I say it, from accomplishing my goals in 2016. Life issues, eye surgery x2 and to family members with medical issues. It doesn’t sound like much, and it isn’t, but these issues derailed my mind from normal. I have been trying hard to regain my goal mileage attempt, but I’m also trying to remain real and not beat myself up. I feel lucky that my issues are minor compared to some of my friends who have crashed and really hurt themselves; that would be a nightmare and a real circumstance. Interesting topic guys. Thanks, Keith Spangler, Mechanicsburg, PA

    • Keith

      I think we all know the feeling. It happens to everyone. The trick is to figure out your own way of getting out of and resetting your goals. One problem is that we set goals that are static (which is ridiculous if you rethink about it) Yet life is in a constant state of flux. Anyway thanks for listening and writing in.

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