Monthly Archive for: ‘December, 2016’

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    Blog 13 (Eoin Lynch): 10,000hrs and Outliers

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    After reading Malcolm Gladwell’s “Outliers” and learning about the 10,000 hour rule anyone would be left feeling like they have a lot of work to do to become a master of a discipline. There is always a quality vs. quantity debate in cycling training but …

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    Blog 12 (Eoin Lynch): Dec or Sept-ember

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    Fail to prepare, prepare to fail they say.. To prepare for the winter training I did the ordinary things like making sure I had a jacket, gloves, tyres and the likes that were fit for purpose. Yes, the Irish winter can turn you off training …

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    Blog 11 (Eoin Lynch): Girona

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    Aged 11, I got my first job working on a neighbour’s sheep farm every Saturday because I enjoyed the work. The machines, fencing and animals on the farm were top notch. When other 11 year olds were going to birthday parties and football on a …

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