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Training week ending August 15 2010 by I2Run
| Greetings wreck runners! Please tell us about your training week and | goals. 6 runs for 59.1 miles (lots of climbs). The week was great except for a poor choice of trying to run a 22 mi trail race instead of a solo 18/20 mi run. Took a few spills just as everyone else did, luckily not as...
August 15th 10 11:55 PM
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Up to 8kms of running. Should I start working on speed or go to 10kms? by Michelle
In article , John Hurley wrote: In this newsgroup a lot of people have different ideas about what a moderate base weekly mileage is ... based on their amount of time for running and their running...
August 15th 10 03:51 PM
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getting up early and feeling the buzz ... racing mornings are special by rms[_2_]
Second step ... get up and down the coffee maker. Put in a whole bunch of coffee ... close to expresso strength. Gulp down that stuff and start getting psyched! I find that downing a full quart of water with an electrolyte packet or sports powder in it just as effective as coffee in...
August 15th 10 05:21 AM
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Do you take goo on a 15 mile run? by Paul Rudin[_2_]
Jack writes: Water doesn't quite seem to be necessary. But at what point do folks start bringing supplementary nutrition? For longer runs I often take some sports drink rather than water - this has some carbohydrate in it.
August 13th 10 09:19 AM
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Why climb mountains (or run)? by Bart Mathias
On Thu, 12 Aug 2010 10:46:22 -0700 (PDT) "rick++" wrote: Why do people have to write massive confessionals about their actions? My guess: it's fun for them. If its fun, do it. Well, yeah, there's that too.
August 12th 10 09:50 PM
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Help! I'm Being Lured Into the Barefoot Camp. by Edward Edmonds[_2_]
On 8/10/2010 2:19 PM, John Hurley wrote: The barefoot running thing has been hyped since the 60s and 70s. Haha, John was walking around barefoot while tripping on acid and stepped on a nail. Hi Dave, I train exclusively in flats and do about 10k of barefoot running/drills a week on...
August 12th 10 08:24 AM
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Do you take goo on a 15 mile run? by outsideinmi
I just don't have a good way to carry water. And I'd rather not have something sloshing around if it's not useful. I use an Ultimate Direction waist belt. Carries a water bottle in the back and then in the front I have two sizable pouches. I put Gu, paper towel (in case i have to hit the...
August 11th 10 06:48 PM
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Do you take goo on a 15 mile run? by Michelle
In article , Jack wrote: You just can't count on finding enough nuts and berries. Just kidding. I don't know about berries, but there certainly are a lot of nuts around. -- 26.2 Because I can
August 11th 10 04:00 PM
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In Regard to Warming Up by Tony S.[_3_]
"dood" wrote in message ... I'm one who loves to run but hates all other forms of exercise. For the days that I simply don't feel like doing my normal stretching warm- up exercises, will a good...
August 11th 10 03:13 PM
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Do you take goo on a 15 mile run? by I2Run
Dot wrote: | If water isn't necessary, then "goo" probably isn't. Well, goo is never | necessary, actually. That is, you probably need water before you need | carbs or other nutrition. +1 Similar to jbh, I hydrate well all day & after the runs and don't need for runs up to 2:30, even 3 hours. I do...
August 10th 10 11:56 PM
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Training week ending August 1st 2010 by Teresa Bippert-Plymate
On 7/31/2010 11:40 AM, John Hurley wrote: Greetings wreck runners! Please tell us about your training week and goals. Goals: Still none. But hip/piri is getting quite close to healed. Mon: Rest Day Tue: Grinders WO. 8 mi ~9:00 pace. Easy pace day. Low 80's, very humid. Wed: 5.6 mi @ 9:49...
August 10th 10 01:18 AM
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Biomechanical problem... by Steve Freides[_2_]
chutsu wrote: Hi, I recently ran on the tread mill to have look at my running form, because for the past month I have been having problems with my right knee. And I found out that during the support phase, or when the right leg swings back to the front, it has a tendency to land a bit too...
August 9th 10 09:26 PM
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Target for a ten year old by Steve Freides[_2_]
Ross wrote: PS: He says he'd like to do weightlifting and boxing. So, I'm not sure letting him fully decide what sort of exercise to do is 100% the best thing to do! It's always a dance we do with our kids and exercise - you don't want to push too much, you want to encourage but not bribe -...
August 9th 10 09:15 PM
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Biomechanical problem... by D Stumpus[_4_]
"chutsu" wrote I recently ran on the tread mill to have look at my running form, because for the past month I have been having problems with my right knee. And I found out that during the support phase, or when the right leg swings back to the front, it has a tendency to...
August 9th 10 08:03 PM
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Training week ending August 8 2010 by outsideinmi
Mo: 3 + 4 Tu: 5 We: 4 + 7 (steady state) Th: 4 + 7 Fr: 3 + 4 Sa: 9 (w/ 6x 6' tempo. 1' jog) + 9 Su: 11
August 9th 10 03:32 PM
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feeling racy and ready to put some hurt on ... by outsideinmi
good effort John, how old are you? JKal. Finish time was 19:27 ... a pretty strong effort for how high the humidity was.
August 8th 10 05:44 PM
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Do people run out of lung power or leg power as they approachtheir full potential? by Bart Mathias
On Sat, 7 Aug 2010 02:59:44 -0700 (PDT) John Hurley wrote: ... but many many people never get under 50 minutes for a 10k. For a minute there I thought you were trying to make me feel good. My first 58 10Ks were under 50. (But the only time I ever broke 40 minutes, the...
August 8th 10 03:06 AM
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feeling racy and ready to put some hurt on ... by I2Run
| JBH: | Finish time was 19:27 ... a pretty strong effort for how high the | humidity was. Pendejo: | Very nicely done! +1 | Yeah, on a cool, dry morning in a month or two, hopefully hauling a | few less pounds around, I think you dip into the 18s. Especially if
August 7th 10 10:16 PM
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feeling racy and ready to put some hurt on ... by Michelle
In article , John Hurley wrote: Finish time was 19:27 ... a pretty strong effort for how high the humidity was. I was thinking I2 had jinxed me with the demand for a sub 19:30! On the way...
August 7th 10 06:22 PM
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feeling racy and ready to put some hurt on ... by I2Run
John Hurley wrote: | The weekly mileage base has been strong and consistent over the last | year. The speedwork and some hillwork has been put into the mix on | and off since March. The hot weather training has made me feel strong | and has helped drop off a bunch of pounds. That kind of weekly...
August 6th 10 07:24 PM
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