Friday, June 27, 2008

Oh Man!!!!

Fresh wild raspberries on top of homemade granola, topped with local honey for breakfast. The ride to work was not fast but I felt like I was just floating along. Good start to a Friday.

Here is what I need to figure out. When the nausea hits me at races, why does it start after I stop riding and I sit down for a few minutes? My legs feel good, I can still power up climbs, no cramping in my body. I feel fatigued, then stop sit down, 2 minutes later, it rushes over me and sends me to the ground. Not painful, just very uncomfortable. I gotta get it figured out.

Have a great day,

1 comment:

Chris said...

Hate to tell you, but that's relatively "normal." Happens to me all the time -- esp. on anaerobic interval days. During the repeat I'm pushing it and it hurts, but as soon as I stop I'm ready to puke and pass out, which is somehow worse. I think the key is to NOT stop, and instead do "rolling recoveries" -- find places on the course where you can back off just a bit but keep it turning over ...