The Tri Town Times: 1/10/22
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- By Antonio Gonzalez
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Image: Mountain biking in St. George, Utah.
This week: Team Tri Town Base Training Plan off to a strong start; Shimano Dura Ace 12 speed wireless kits in stock; Thomas Edison on priority and focus.
Here is your weekly Tri Town Times newsletter:
Events I'm looking forward to:
Does it seems like this snuck up on us? The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics start in less than 4 weeks.
Training thoughts and updates:
The cold, tough, winter months are the true test of an athlete. It's easy to get the training in when it's a perfect day outside. The pace you can maintain in June is mentally and physically established by the training you do in January through March. Our free Team Tri Town Base Training Program provides simple, sound workouts to build your fitness throughout the season. Adjust the schedule as needed to fit your goals, and establish the foundation for a great 2022 season.
Gear that caught my attention:
Shimano goes wireless (partially) and embraces 12 speeds on their latest Dura Ace drivetrain. The good news: your 11 speed race wheels will still work with the new drivetrain.
Quote that struck a chord:
I've been spending some time recently laying out my personal and work priorities for the coming season. The wisdom of Thomas Edison could not have been more timely:
"You do something all day long, don't you? Every one does. They have all been either walking or reading, or writing, or thinking. The only trouble is that they do it about a great many things and I do it about one. If they took the time in question and applied it in one direction, to one object, they would succeed. Success is sure to follow such application. The trouble lies in the fact that people do not have an object, one thing, to which they stick, letting all else go. Success is the product of the severest kind of mental and physical application."
Have a great week!
Tri Town Bicycles
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