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Triathlon Training: 4 Mile Run + 5 Mile Bike + Bilateral Breathing Advice by Jeff Irvin Patient Expert Posted Mon 20 Jul 2009 11:24pm Hello everyone! First I want to start off with some advice I received from my buddy Todd. Todd has been doing triathlons for a couple of years now and recently completed a 70.3 (Half Ironman ). I have been tinkering with my breathing during my swimming - which is probably stupid considering my Tri is less than 2 weeks away! But he posted this ... Read on »
Triathlon Training Day 11 & 12: Stength Training + 4 Mile Run by Jeff Irvin Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Apr 2009 11:30pm Sorry I didn't post yesterday. I had a LOOONGG day working and got my workout in and hit the sack. Yesterday was a little different for me. I wanted to go cycling but it was dark by the time I got home. I also wanted to watch the "Biggest Loser" that I DVR'd a couple of days ago. So, I brought my dumbbells into the Family room and did about 40 ... Read on »
Training Update Week 33: Wherein I conquer a twenty mile long run, the common cold and set a new PR for the mile. by JayDub R. Posted Thu 19 Aug 2010 12:00am The Cross Training I'm starting to really love swimming. This was the perfect way to end a hard working week last Friday. I mixed up some freestyle and breaststroke with some backstroke kicking. I covered 1000m in 28 minutes. This was the first time I've used my stopwatch while swimming and this had the effect of stopping me from linge ... Read on »
Running 100 miles on 4 miles per day training runs. by Ken C. Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 Jan 2009 5:05pm Lately, I have almost given my running a back seat. Oh, I still get a run in 5 days a week, but 4-5 miles is all I have been getting per day. I fear my overall endurance has slid off a little, but I am knocking off these 4 milers like they were nothing. Makes me wonder if I would do well in a 5K. (SLAP ME!!) That's how I ended up with some pesky sh ... Read on »
9 Miles + 3.1 Mile Jingle Bell Run...Marathon Training Week 3! by roadrunnergirl Posted Sat 03 Dec 2011 12:00am Stats- 12.1 miles/2:15:22 Average pace- 11:11 Breakdown- 9 miles/1:41:07 Average pace- 11:14 3.1 miles/34:13 Average pace- 11:03 We had to get that long run in today but were also signed up to run the Jingle Bell Run 5K. So we ran 9 before the race and then a 5K at the race for a total of 12.1 miles!!! The whole 12 mile route was H ... Read on »
Triathlon Training Day 50: 1.2 Mile Bike + 1.2 Mile Walk of Bike Back to Car by Jeff Irvin Patient Expert Posted Tue 09 Jun 2009 11:16pm I'd like to congratulate fellow P90Xer and now Triathlete Boomer on completing his first Triathlon yesterday! He had a great time and even completed his Tri in a very respectable time. Boomer's work ethic and choice to dedicate himself to a healthy lifestyle has been a major inspiration to me and many others. If you'd like to read more about what i ... Read on »
Rethinking the 20 mile marathon training run by Amy H. Patient Expert Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 9:13pm At the heart of marathon training for the past several decades has been the 20-mile run. Regarded as the must-run distance before showing up on marathon day, completing the 20 miler has become the cardinal rule to “get in.” I’ve experimented with lots of 20-mile combos in preparing for different marathons.   I’ve “got in” 1 x, and 2 x, and ... Read on »
1/2 Marathon Training: 3.1 Mile Run + Programming Notes by Jeff Irvin Patient Expert Posted Fri 09 Oct 2009 10:02pm I woke up today and my back was feeling so much better. I did some more intense stretching, ala P90X warm-ups, and actually had a little sweat going before stepping outside and this really made me feel good! According to the weather report we were supposed to have had a cold front move through last night and the humidity was to be drastically ... Read on »
Marathon Training: How Many Days, How Many Miles Per Week? by Kathy .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 14 Oct 2009 10:00pm I know that from training for my previous two marathons, beginning training for my third (jacksonville in December) and from listening to friends and their tales of training runs that training can take on many forms. You may wind up doing: The Five Day Plan Running five days per week until you reach your peak. The Four Day Plan R ... Read on »
Rode the Expresso Bike for 7.4 Miles as Cross Training by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 25 Jan 2013 12:00am Today is a non-running day, and I thought I'd go to the community gym and ride the Expresso bike as cross training. I rode that bike for the first time on Wednesday. My cross training is supposed to be restful, but I found today that I pushed quite hard trying to go as fast through the courses as I could. When I finished I was huffing and puffin ... Read on »