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Doug Freese loves my fatty by ANchlle
He licks it every night. -- Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com
April 5th 08 10:10 AM
by ANchlle Go to last post
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Weightlifting Workouts by [email protected]
Interesting thread, but I think generally that most people work out way too much. Don't forget, muscles need rest to grow. I would be interested to know how much did you work out when you just stared your muscle building program? Let me know... ===============================
April 4th 08 11:43 PM
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Exercise myths by Michelle
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/27/health/nutrition/27BestSIDE.html?_r=1& oref=slogin&ref=fitnessandnutrition&pagewanted=print March 27, 2008 Exercise Test: Truth or Myth? By CATHERINE SAINT LOUIS SOME exercise folklore, such as the runner¹s high, is eventually proved. But far more common are...
April 4th 08 11:26 PM
by Dot Go to last post
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Training At or Above Max Heart Rate by DonO
I just bought a HR monitor and ran on a treadmill for my usual run. I didn't want to pay attention to it, so I just ran my usual weekly run... 25 minutes at 8 minute pace or faster, so I finish a 5k by time I'm finished. Today I did so in 24:02. Anyhow, when I looked at the HRM it said I was in...
April 4th 08 05:25 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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I love TBR's fatty. by Michelle[_6_]
Yes it's true, I love Bill's fatty. I used to have one just like it. Michelle 13:1 Because I can -- Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com
April 4th 08 10:48 AM
by TBR[_9_] Go to last post
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rec.running FAQ, part 1 of 8 by Ozzie Gontang
Archive-name: running-faq/part1 Last-modified: 15 June 2007 Posting-Frequency: 14 days Answers to REC.RUNNING FAQ and Interesting Information This posting contains answers to frequently asked questions posted to rec.running plus interesting & useful information for runners. If known, author's...
April 4th 08 06:21 AM
by Ozzie Gontang Go to last post
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WILD scissorring report! by MANchelle
I scissorred in a lion suit last night. It was WILD! Michelle 13.1 Because I can -- Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com
April 3rd 08 05:44 PM
by thatguyTBR Go to last post
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Training Week Ending March 30, 2008 by Tony S.
Greetings rec.runners! Please tell us about your training week and goals.
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April 3rd 08 12:32 PM
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Dean Karnazes by Michelle
Karnazes to attempt first-ever "Moonathon" Karnazes to attempt first-ever "Moonathon" by Magnus Folly (Associated Press) HOUSTON -- On April 21st, American endurance athlete Dean Karnazes hopes to complete the first extraterrestrial marathon in the history of the solar system, NASA announced...
April 3rd 08 12:20 AM
by lil'Mcgraw Go to last post
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Runner's High by Michelle
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/27/health/nutrition/27best.html Yes, Running Can Make You High By GINA KOLATA THE runner¹s high: Every athlete has heard of it, most seem to believe in it and many say they have experienced it. But for years scientists have reserved judgment because no rigorous...
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April 2nd 08 06:03 PM
by Ken Go to last post
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Festivals in Bhutan by [email protected]
Bhutan is one of the most religious countries in the Tibetan Buddhist world. And like in all Buddhist nations, festivals have a special place in the hearts of its residents. Most of the Bhutanese festivals commemorate the deeds of the Buddha, or those of the great masters of the past associated...
April 2nd 08 09:56 AM
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Festivals in Nepal by [email protected]
It is said about Nepal that every other structure is a holy shrine and every day a festival. Well, if the number of annual festivals, both religious and national, is any indication, the saying couldn't be truer. Festivals are an essential part of Nepalese life that garners tremendous local...
April 2nd 08 09:54 AM
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Who got 11.900 Euros?? ~18.000 $ by martin rørdam
http://www.npmarathon.com/html/20036.html martin, denmark
April 1st 08 04:12 PM
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[Warning] Silly, chubby, yorkshire runner visiting NYC, NY, USoA 16-21 April by steve common
Will any of you NY, NJ or anywhere else runners be in or near Manhattan around that time? I won't be free a lot of the time but I'm certainly up for a meet cos Nathalie Portman just mailed to say she had prior engagements, and would have had to wash her hair all that week even if she hadn't had...
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April 1st 08 04:18 AM
by Charlie Pendejo Go to last post
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Race Report: The Bataan Memorial Death March by rms
2008 Bataan Memorial Death March http://www.bataanmarch.com Jornado del Muerto This is on the White Sands Missile Range in the middle of the Jornado del Muerto, hot dry dusty and basically not a place you would choose for a honeymoon. On the drive down you see signs proclaiming it as a future...
March 31st 08 10:54 PM
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Training Week Ending March 23, 2008 by Tony S.
Greetings rec.runners! Please tell us about your training week and goals.
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March 31st 08 08:51 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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another runnign movie this week by rick++
"Run Fatboy run" about a slacker who puts his lif in order by traininf for marathon. Directed by one of the Friends actors.
March 31st 08 02:03 PM
by MANchelle Go to last post
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Upper back pain by [email protected]
Tai Chi helps back pain because, despite it also being a marital art, it is designed to enhance the body's resilience, improve flexibility, keep your weight in check and help a person to an easier recovery from injury, all in all a pretty good list of things. http://www.back-pain-info-site.com
March 31st 08 02:01 PM
by MANchelle Go to last post
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Help on shoe laces coming lose by bum
Well, time for new shoes again...heels of old ones hitting hard rubber. Problem is the shoe laces come lose often during the first mile or two. Any suggestions? Should I switch to those strings broken in from my old shoes?
March 30th 08 08:45 AM
by Tomasso Go to last post
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My arm hurts by Stromata
what should I do?
March 28th 08 06:15 PM
by Stromata Go to last post
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