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It turns out I've done this in the past, used visualization to plot my performance before a race, but only informally. What I've never done is use it purposely before the event or just as important during the event.
After a conversation with a coworker that's used it in the past i figured id try it for an event i did this past weekend. I spent about 5 solid minutes, not too much time; visualizing my effort all the way through. I knew the course so it made it easier, I'll have to test this on unknown effort in the future.
Next, the performance itself. I had a stretch goal of riding the first 100 miles of a 110 mile ride in under 5 hours. This goal was on the line at mile 90, my average speed read 20.0 and I was racing to make sure it didn't dip. I stayed focused on how i would feel when the odometer turned over to 100 miles, actually visualized myself raising my arms in victory and rehearsing what i would scream out.
It was working so well that before i got to the 95 mile mark the avg. moved up to 20.1 giving me some much needed insurance and then 5 miles later success where I lifted my arms yelled out something ridiculous for others to hear and all in the world was in harmony.
Results may vary, see dealer for details.
Help is out there and it can be done in the comfort of your own home with the help of a close friend.
This online fit calculator seems to to be the best out there and has helped many a friend; including myself get a perfect sized bike.
Last note, when you get that ideal bike you want to nail all the measurements, not just frame size but also, crank arm length, handle bar width and stem length. The more you can match the less you'll after to upgrade when you find your bike is uncomfortable.