This week”™s FF is nice and long. I love to use it as my opening song. It gives my class members plenty of time to warm up and allows us time to discover both our T1 (and sometimes T2) without a music change. Having a consistent rpm to work with is very helpful, even for those of you lucky enough to work with power/cadence meters on a daily basis! (John and I are still anxiously waiting for that day at our gym).
This singer/songwriter is well known for the “Theme from Shaft”, if you are old enough to remember that movie and song. BUT, that is not the FF….because today”™s FF is 9:42 and the rpm is 89. It is “Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic”, by Isaac Hayes, off his Hot Buttered Soul vinyl, vintage 1969…CD now of course!
As a side note, I am “playing” with the terminology “threshold discovery” vs. “threshold assessment”. It sounds a bit less clinical and more user friendly.
What do you think??
Here is Isaac Hayes (RIP) and “Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic”:
And here's a re-mix of “Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic”. Wouldn't that make a great Spelling-Bee word?
Isaac Hayes - Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic by 1stAvenue