字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 - How I figured out how to make these miles not slog by. Just going on for an hour. And it's a game changer. Mornin' Trainiacs. So obviously with it being indoor trainer season right now, a lot of people are clawing their eyes out tryin' to figure out how to make the trainer miles go by quicker. Well today, I'm gonna give you, I have no idea how many tips, on how I figured out how to make these miles not slog by. Now for starters, don't go onto the trainer just thinking you're just gonna go for a ride. Going on there with no purpose or plan is a sure fire way to go through a really boring hour or two. I normally wouldn't wear a tri-suit on the bike. FE2-26, wanted to send this out. And because everyone looks so good in a one piece, I said yes. Hell yes. See what I mean? Apparently it took them two and a half years to design this so, I'm getting some testing going. Make sure that you're always going into a ride with a purpose. Don't just go in aimlessly. Break it up into chunks so that you're not doing an hour. All you have to think of is, maybe I need to get through the next 15 seconds, or the next two or three or five or 10 minutes. Chunk it up, create a plan. So that it's mentally engaging. Just going on for an hour, you're gonna be brain dead by the end of that thing. Next, make sure that you get some air movement, in wherever you're training. I like to open a couple of doors, even though it's minus 15 outside. Get a fan on going over top, because you don't want your body giving out on you because it's overheating. And when you're in an area, typically indoors, low ceilings, not a lot of air movement, you're gonna overheat, you're gonna sweat a lot, and you're not gonna wanna be on that trainer. A lot of people use a fan, try that. Just get some movement going. The next thing that you can and should be doing, is creating games with yourself throughout a workout that you've created. So let's say you're doing a, power based workout, or strength based workout, figure out what you're high water mark is for power or how long you can hold a certain perceived exertion, like, see how long you can hold perceived exertion of nine outta 10. Or if you've got a power meter, see if you can crack the 700 watts that you put out last time. Or if all you've got is a heart rate monitor, do low heart rating in between, in my case 125 and 130. And work to keep it in there. So at least you're mentally engaging and not just like, all right, well I've gotta go for another five minutes. You've got something like when you're out on the road, and you've constantly gotta be adjusting and that'll make it go by a lot quicker. Next thing you can do, pump up the jam, get it going. A lot of people ask me if these get damaged from sweating all over them, being just absolutely disgusting. No damage yet. But because I've got the fan overtop of me and all that air movement and it's cool in here, I do sweat. But it just gets these little pads wet, instead of the whole thing and the electronics and everything so. Air movement allows you to have better tunes, and then you can like, put on these noise canceling headphones and just (mumbles). By the way if you search Triathlon Taren Playlist, I think there might be something on Spotify for ya', just sayin'. The next thing is try to watch or listen to something and see how that works for ya'. I personally find watching movies just mind numbing. But, I find listening to podcasts, pretty engaging. Ooh, so far I like how this feels in the core, stiff. (tranquil music) Open door. I am lookin' like such a triathlete in my one piece and short socks. I look good out there. Now if you really wanna take things seriously. Because I've been riding trainers, and using the music and movies, and whatever for years. But it wasn't until this year, this is not sponsored in anyway shape or form, besides the fact that Wahoo sent this to me, but when I got the Wahoo Kickr Smart Trainer, started up Zwift, that was the absolute biggest change that I've ever experienced enjoying an indoor ride. So, if you got the coin, to get a Smart Trainer like the Wahoo Kickr, pair it with Zwift, find me on Zwift. First name is T, last name is, Riathlon Taren. Come ride with me. And it's a game changer. Most enjoyable indoor training I've ever done. Lucy Charles, second place in Kona, she just passed me like I was standing still, and then gave me a right on. Oh stop Lucy, stop. Now everyone is probably wondering what my exact setup is on the trainer. Well, I got Zwift on a big screen TV, I got the Wahoo Kickr, I use the road bike right now, while we're a long way away from race season. I use Bose QC35 headphones. I listen to podcasts while things are fairly mellow. And I've got a Triathlon Taren pump up Spotify playlist when things get serious. On the side, I have all kinds of camera gear and lighting equipment, so you all can see me, while we talk triathlon things. All right, later Trainiacs.