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A 13.1 Mile Run Down Memory Lane: The Hamptons Half Marathon Recap by Ali On The Run Posted Mon 01 Oct 2012 8:39am On Saturday, I returned to the scene of the crime. “The crime,” of course, being East Hampton, NY, where I ran my first marathon one year ago. This time, I was heading back to race again, but for the Hamptons Half Marathon, not the full. My expectations were equal parts low and high: I had no pace plan or time goal (that’s the low/no ex ... Read on »
Running 35 Miles a Week by Lauren Posted Mon 23 Sep 2013 4:18pm Last week was another crazy one, with lots of workouts, packing and working. It was my last heavy week of training before I start to wind down for the Cardiff half in 2 weeks time. We started packing earlier in the week as well, so it’s been a bit of a whirlwind of bubble wrap and boxes. We have a large amount done now, with just the kitchen an ... Read on »
IM Austria race report - 112 mile bike by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 05 Jul 2014 5:45pm I think we can all agree that it takes a great amount of fitness to ride a bike for 112 miles. It doesn’t matter if you are riding 15mph or 25 mph because it takes a great effort to power your body for 4+ hours in order to turn two wheels, continuously, to move your body and machine in a forward motion. Throw in wind, heat, rain, rolling hill ... Read on »
A Plan for Beginning Running by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:07pm You want to run. Maybe to lose weight, maybe to have better health, maybe to fulfill a half-buried dream. For whatever reason, you've decided to run, and you are excited to get started. Here is a plan to get you going.This plan is a suggested approach that will help you become a runner. This plan observes both the 10%rule and the heavy/light rule, ... Read on »
22 Miles Closer to Beantown! by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted Fri 17 Apr 2009 12:31am Let the countdown begin. I am one month away from the Boston Marathon. After today's run, I can confidently say that I am ready. Today, we completed our longest and toughest run of this training cycle. 22.1 miles of hills. It wasn't all uphill. There was plenty of downhill. Both can be equally brutal to your body. That was the goal for today ... Read on »
Improve Your Running by Eddie Keller Facebook Posted Thu 24 Apr 2014 8:40pm Improve Your Running Leave a reply Are you a runner who wants to increase your cardio endurance for those marathons? Or maybe you’re new to running, and you just want to push it and get that first mile or two. Whatever your skill level—whether beginner or seasoned fleet-foot —   Bodyfeed Endurance Training  will show you how to take your ... Read on »
Run Workout to Try // New Bike // Birthday Weekend by Tawnee Prazak Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 07 Apr 2014 9:49am Raw vegan chococalte avocado cheesecake. Monday morning training hangover. Got to love it. I asked for it. I told Lucho I was feeling ready and motivated to work my ass off over the weekend. And that happened. Each afternoon I'd come home and basically just lay on the floor not even bothering to shower right away, but ... Read on »
Week 7: Recap 20 Mile Run/Swim Class/37 Mile Bike by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted Fri 17 Apr 2009 12:31am This one is brief because I'm so behind!! Let me start off this blog with an apology to my friend Erine, who's training motives I questioned on Saturday night. You see, we were out with a few Gazelles eating Mexican food, drinking margaritas and following that up with Gelato (can you say gluttony??) and he was asking our opinion on whether o ... Read on »
Week 2: 12 Mile Run/1 Mile Swim (Friday) by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted Fri 17 Apr 2009 12:31am The title sounds pretty brutal even as I type it out myself! However, I did these workouts over the course of two days, but am attempting a quick summary now. Friday 8/18: 12 Mile Run to Mt. Barker followed by 1 Mile Swim at Barton Springs Had a great run on Friday morning and I'm not sure what to attribute it to. Probably a combination of ... Read on »
Reverse Tri Workout Day ... 10 mile Run + 22.8 mile Bike + 1500 meters Swim by Jeff Irvin Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Feb 2010 4:06pm The plan that is being followed is a 1/2 Iron Man training program that I found on BeginnerTriathlete.com.  So far this plan has been very straight forward and easy to follow.  My results from the plan have been very good as well so a certain amount of Trust have been earned.  When the instructions for today said 30 minutes swim, 60 minutes bike, ... Read on »