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Old 04-16-2012, 01:42 PM   #161
tomatoe333
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Originally Posted by kenny61 View Post
Again I learned just how out of shape I was. It continues to amaze me that I can reach a level of exhaustion in 2-3 minutes on a motorcycle that I cant reach jogging a few miles, doing basic exercises or even some of the pretty hard manual labor jobs that I often find myself doing. I need to ride more both for the experience and for the physical conditioning.
This is something that's almost impossible to explain to someone who's never ridden offroad. On the plus side, riding = conditioning, so the more you do it, the better you are at it.

Now, throw in a winter of fighting off sinus infections and exercise-induced asthma, and you've got my situation. I'm doing better than last year at least!
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