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Is flat really fast? by Beth (i run like a girl) Posted Sun 13 Jan 2013 7:07pm We've all seen it in a race descriptions: "flat and fast" course. Sure, on a 5k or even a 10k, a pancake flat course ignites PR dreams. But is flat really "fast" on longer distance races? After many years of running and racing, I'm beginning to question the flat-is-fast logic. Before moving to Florida, I had never run a ... Read on »
Tips for Flat Abs Fast by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Oct 2012 1:36am Tips for flat fairly quickly. These methods work all the abdominal muscles. Tummy Rolls for vertical abdomen muscles Here’s what to do: Sit on the floor with your legs bent, with your feet flat on the floor and arms straight out in front of you. Exhale and roll back until your lower back touches the floor — stop and hold it there. Inhale ... Read on »
Information On Getting A Flat Stomach Fast by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sun 29 Jul 2012 6:13am Share This Page Taking good care of your diet is a good way to make sure that you receive a flat stomach fast. Individuals find themselves having a tummy as a result of their poor eating habits. Therefore a first step of ensuring that you simply remedy the situation ought to be looking after what you eat and drink. It w ... Read on »
7 tips to get a flat belly fast by yuhont Posted Fri 22 Apr 2011 7:06am 7 tips to get a flat belly fast There are several foods zi xiu tang and has been shown to speed up the metabolic rate drinks. Add green tea, pepper, cinnamon, low-fat milk to your diet can help you lose belly fat help you maintain a high metabolic rate. We greatly slow the metabolism of when we went meizitang botanical to sleep, making it hard ... Read on »
Are You Strong Enough And Fast Enough For Marathon Day by NTrainers Posted Thu 14 Apr 2011 1:59pm After completing several marathons and and already run regularly for the past 15 years, it’s become apparent what can help make you a better runner and keep you running injury-free longer.   You’ve got to be aware of a common mistake that many runners make when training for their first marathon. We’re not talking about the front of the pack runne ... Read on »
Marathon Monday and Guess How Far/How Fast by marathonmom Posted Mon 03 Jun 2013 7:06am Last week I ran half  #4 of 13 in 2013 (more about that later this week) and cut way back on training, this was the first week I was okay with not running, I even allowed myself walking and just soaked in the world around. Here’s my past training week. Monday: 11.1 mile run and planks Tuesday: Morning spin/weights with t ... Read on »
Get Fast in Time for the Chicago Marathon by fitink Posted Tue 05 Oct 2010 7:20pm Twenty-mile run? Check. That was three weeks ago. Since then you've been either relishing in the taper time, freaking out about the rest you're giving your legs for the big race (yes, it is good), or wondering how in the world you're going to survive 26.2 miles on Sunday after lessening the mileage the last few weeks. Or more importantly, you ... Read on »
Rock N Roll SA–My Very Unaffectionate Post-Race Thoughts by HappyHealthyRunner Health MavenFacebook Posted Mon 14 Nov 2011 3:54pm When I first signed up for Rock N Roll SA I was in a marathon high – I had just entered the lottery for Houston and Rock N Roll was offering a MASSIVE discount because it was National Running Day . At the time the plan was to run both SA & Houston as full marathons and I was giddy with excitement. Fast forward a few months and SA as ... Read on »
Hills. by HappyHealthyRunner Health MavenFacebook Posted Mon 21 Nov 2011 3:13pm I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t know a lot about hills. And no, I don’t mean The Hills, I know plenty about that (it is a shame that show is no longer on, huge guilty pleasure of mine…) I mean hills. When races give out elevation charts (what ARE those?! just kidding. kind of.) I usually glance them over but it rea ... Read on »
May take one more chance at breaking 30 minutes in a 5K by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:08pm My friend, Bruce, is encouraging me to try once again to break 30 minutes in a 5K. It would be nice to meet that goal before winter comes since I'm so close to it. There is a 5K on Saturday, October 20, 2008 in Murray, Utah at Wheeler Farms. It is described as a flat, fast course on cinders. It starts at 8:30 am, so the temperature will be in t ... Read on »