It’s time that I reveal another truth about the real me. Give me a minute, this is kind of a big deal.
...c’mon, Kelly, you gotta tell ‘em. Stop keeping this to yourself...
i ride a stationary bike.
...Kelly, you’re still holding back. The whole truth this time...
i ride a stationary bike...in a group.
There, I said it. It’s who I am, it’s what I do, and I’m proud of it. So, hate on me if you want, but at least it’s out there now.
Yes, it’s true that on a stationary bike, you work and work and never get anywhere.
-I ask you, is that not also true in other aspects of life?
It’s also true that you’re not out enjoying the scenery and nature and stuff.
-True enough, but we’ve also had one of the rainiest springs on record;
yesterday I saw some animals heading two-by-two somewhere.
And I know that cyclists should be, you know, on two wheels. With a stationary bike, I’m only on one and it doesn’t even touch the ground.
-Guilty as charged.
- You never coast on a stationary bike. It’s constant work, so it’s a very efficient way to train.
- High-intensity cardio tends to happen better for me when I’m being pushed by somebody else.
- It fits my work schedule.
- I’m noticing when I’m cycling out on the road, I’m lighter and faster.
- Mrs. C kinda likes the new me.