May 13, 04 20:55
Maybe Friel is trying to differentiate it from bone endurance.
One time, in a similar discussion about ankling, I had them going for awhile by promoting my "toeing" technique as an evolution of ankling. I first convinced them that toes were strong because you can stand on your tippy toes and then talked about how I quit training altogether because this technique alone allowed me to simply ride off the front of Pro/1/2 races. Also, you had to use SPD sandals because conventional cycling shoes are obviously too rigid.
(This post was edited by Bitey on May 13, 04 21:01)