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Re: minimum maximum mileage
Angie, Angie, Angie,
You are indeed a gem! Not only a swift and sharp sense of humor but a sound
and working mind as well. And as for your feet......they are *both* on the
ground. What more can I say but that I am happy you are part of Ride Camp.
----- Original Message -----
From: Rides 2 Far <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, April 03, 2000 3:58 AM
Subject: RC: minimum maximum mileage
> >If speed is the culprit, then they're undertrained for speed.
> Over-training >has a very specific meaning in exercise science. >I've yet
> to see an >overtrained horse, but I've seen plenty of >over-raced horses.
> I'm sure it's >the same in endurance competition.
> Then lets think of a new name. Since *everybody* loves acronyms, how's
> about LAH (lamed at home), or PTS (pushed too soon) BJU (bad judgement
> used) LDC (legs didn't cooperate)
> For instance, the person who wrote you for advice on how fast to do
> interval training on the track, and then the next post described the
> multiple swellings and a somewhat off horse DHBT (didn't have banked
> track). Regardless of the cause, they overshot the mark. That's what I
> call over training. It's fun to train for cardiac fitness...but so easy
> to overshoot what the legs are ready for. I think where you and I differ
> is our mental image of what the final result is. I'll never consider
> what they're doing in the UAE a challenge until they get rid of all those
> silly crew trucks, sit out some buckets and make those sheiks learn to
> sling a sponge on the fly.
> Angie (borrowing a horse this weekend who's never been sponged off of!
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