With his big convention speech out of the way, GOP vice presidential nominee Paul RyanPaul RyanOvernight Defense: Pentagon sees signs of chemical weapons activity in Syria | House votes to reaffirm NATO defense pact | Saudis refuse to ease Qatar demands Overnight Finance: GOP divided over welfare cuts in budget | Lawmaker loses M on pharma stock he pitched | Yellen: No more financial crises in our lifetimes Overnight Healthcare: Senate delays ObamaCare vote past recess | Trump says GOP 'very close' to deal | Three more senators come out against bill MORE has moved on to his next goal — trouncing Vice President Biden in the October debate.

Ryan said he’s preparing for the face-off with Biden by watching tapes of his debate performances and reading his speeches.

He told CNN Thursday he could have an advantage coming from the House.

“He’s good, but I have been in Congress 14 years, and this is what we do in the House,” Ryan said. “The Senate, they don’t debate as often, as frequently. That’s all we do in the House.”

“I love debate. It’s one of the things I love about this job,” he said.

Ryan, an avid Packers fan, is known in Washington for his disciplined P90X workout routine.