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  • Each day I ride, I'll post my power file here. I use an iAero III and iBike software for Mac (files from 5/09 and earlier were from a PowerTap and Saris' PowerAgent software). The file will give you all the same information I have. If you have any questions, leave them in the comments and I'll answer them there.

    I am a 170lb Cat 3 road racer.

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Tony A.

Was just thinking to myself, "Mike looks skinnier," as Crystal Cup. Congrats.


take me under your wing, sir.

Mike May

Thanks @Tony.

@Nick, I tried by starting with these:

It's hard to eat too much lunch if you have a skinny little roll, and it's easy to eat too much lunch if you're not disciplined, especially if you're convinced you had a sensible breakfast and haven't yet indulged on dinner.

I also found a body composition monitor to be useful. I use one from Tanita:

You can see if you're losing fat or just dehydrated, for example. Mine also calculates how many calories I need to eat in order to maintain my weight each day. I'm not a calorie counter by any stretch, but seeing each AM that I only need 1900 calories makes it a little easier to resist 300 calories of brownie at 3pm every afternoon.

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