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Old Guy Rec &

Fitness

Coming soon - a page devoted to optimizing recreation and fitness to combat the effects of aging. I’ll cover strength, endurance, balance, speed and more. For the past year or so I’ve been very specific in my training and have been pleased with the results. I’ve mentioned this to several friends during rides and trail work days. I have now completed enough research and have enough material to share with my entire B2R audience.  (Image from "[Deux meres.] Uncle Chesterton's Heir ... Translated by Henry Frith. With illustrations." 1884 Sourced from the British Library through Flickr.)

3F79 ‘18

This year’s 3F79 is going well. I started spending at least an hour a day on a bike as of the first Friday in February (the 3F part). I’ll keep it up for 79 consecutive days (the 79 part, chosen to honor my father’s memory; he was 79 when he passed away). The objective is to be in decent shape when the traditional riding season begins. I post a photo each day in the 3F79 19 Facebook album. I welcome others on these rides, many of which will be HICK Rides because I really love riding my Fuji Jari gravel bike. I’ll also do plenty of road and MTB rides. Special events include Bike-n-hikes, trips to points of interest and more. (The photo is from a Bike-n-hike to Clifty Falls State Park on Saturday February 3, the second day of the regimen.) Points to keep in mind: I post notes of upcoming rides and reviews of some rides on my Facebook page HICK is defined and trademark notice given on the Legal page Conditions riders must agree to accept are also on the Legal page Friends and acquaintances know I abandoned goal-setting in August of last year and am enjoying living in reactive rather than proactive mode. But an hour a day for 79 days feels like a goal so I guess I’m indulging myself with one. Unlike previous 3F79 sessions, however, I have no goals within the plan. No goals for mileage, number of states ridden, feet of climbing. Nothing. I could say “having fun” is a goal for 3F79, but that’s unnecessary. On these rides, fun just happens.
© All content, including images, copyright R Ries Corporation unless otherwise noted. All rights reserved.
Cloudland Canyon State Park, Georgia.
Born2Roam.com
Words. Images. Research. Just for you!

Old Guy Rec & Fitness

Coming soon - a page devoted to optimizing recreation and fitness to combat the effects of aging. I’ll cover strength, endurance, balance, speed and more. For the past year or so I’ve been very specific in my training and have been pleased with the results. I’ve mentioned this to several friends during rides and trail work days. I have now completed enough research and have enough material to share with my entire B2R audience.  (Image from "[Deux meres.] Uncle Chesterton's Heir ... Translated by Henry Frith. With illustrations." 1884 Sourced from the British Library through Flickr.)

3F79 ‘18

This year’s 3F79 is going well. I started spending at least an hour a day on a bike as of the first Friday in February (the 3F part). I’ll keep it up for 79 consecutive days (the 79 part, chosen to honor my father’s memory; he was 79 when he passed away). The objective is to be in decent shape when the traditional riding season begins. I post a photo each day in the 3F79 19 Facebook album. I welcome others on these rides, many of which will be HICK Rides because I really love riding my Fuji Jari gravel bike. I’ll also do plenty of road and MTB rides. Special events include Bike-n-hikes, trips to points of interest and more. (The photo is from a Bike-n-hike to Clifty Falls State Park on Saturday February 3, the second day of the regimen.) Points to keep in mind: I post notes of upcoming rides and reviews of some rides on my Facebook page HICK is defined and trademark notice given on the Legal page Conditions riders must agree to accept are also on the Legal page Friends and acquaintances know I abandoned goal- setting in August of last year and am enjoying living in reactive rather than proactive mode. But an hour a day for 79 days feels like a goal so I guess I’m indulging myself with one. Unlike previous 3F79 sessions, however, I have no goals within the plan. No goals for mileage, number of states ridden, feet of climbing. Nothing. I could say “having fun” is a goal for 3F79, but that’s unnecessary. On these rides, fun just happens.