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Hey. I have a torn right pectoral muscle. All I really have left to work with is my clavicular head. How impaired will I be in a lean if I wanted to start riding in that motogp style? Isnt most of my weight on my legs and not in my shoulders? And during hard breaking? Sort of a dream of mine to start riding on the track. Want to know what I should expect with this injury.
opmike343 on top of that, when actually racing and not just riding on the street or track days, it is EXTREMELY common to have off bike workouts, its simply not feasible to be on the bike all day every single day. Just racing amateur OMRRA and WMRRA and now CVMA series, most guys that I talk to, myself included, work off bike 3-4 times a week. This guys comment reeks of the fact he has probably never been in a real race series, not even an amateur local series.
You realize MotoGP riders are arguably the most skilled road racers on the planet, yes? The idea is they are getting a lot of BOTH seat time and performing their training regimen off the bike.
It irritates the hell out of me to see people who have accomplished nothing, sitting here in the YouTube comments, and mouthing off about shit they don't know a thing about to people who are at the very top of their craft.
I once made a point to not even engage comments like this anymore, as it makes me irrationally upset, but I can't help myself, I guess, so shame on me.
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