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Running Clinic: 5-Mile Track Workout by Corey I. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 3:57pm 1 Comment Went to our running clinic's 2nd week of track workout tonight. Did 1 mi warm-up, followed by 8x400 (at threshold pace), with each 400 of speed work followed by a recovery lap (another 8x400). So all in all, I did 5 mi. :) Today I noticed that I was running a lot faster than my assigned pace group (10:30), without really intending to do so. For ... Read on »
Run Zombie Run Jogging iPhone/Android Fitness Game by Mark .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 28 Sep 2011 6:35am When it comes to doing our workouts. It can be difficult sometimes to get them scheduled into our busy lives. Not only, that cardiovascular exercise on its own, for some people is not the most exciting thing in the world to do, especially if you’re doing it alone. However, that looks all set to change now with the advent of apps that y ... Read on »
Can't run due to injury...why not try running (aqua jogging) in the pool by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Feb 2010 12:36pm Editor's Note: Please note that this story is part of our current series of advice columns from the best triathlon coaches in the sport. You can read more useful advice from long time triathlon experts HERE. "Coach I want to get one of your programs but I can not do the running. Can I ride more to make up for the lack of running?" That is ... Read on »
212 to the 312: On Running, Running and Running (+ a Giveaway Winner) by Will Run For Glitter Posted Mon 08 Oct 2012 8:12am Since I left you on Wednesday of last week in order to prepare for my weekend as a Chicago Marathon spectator (much more on that — and the ensuing emotions — tomorrow), I ran — and I ran, and I ran. For those of you who follow this blog, you’ll understand that the aforementioned words are a mark of extreme triumph. For far too long now, I h ... Read on »
Run, Run, Rudolph...The GOTR Reindeer Run 5K Recap by RobinLK Posted Thu 16 Dec 2010 9:33pm What happens when you bring a group of girls together to teach them self-confidence, self-respect,respect for others, and healthy living, with an invitation to run a group 5K as a celebration at the end of their season?  THIS is what happens..... I really had no idea just how much I'd enjoy my 5K run with a little running buddy.  Knew it wo ... Read on »
Run, run, run! by Lexie B. Posted Fri 07 May 2010 6:33am Good morning beauties! You’ll never believe what happened yesterday! Tom and I went on our first run together! It was awesome. I’m pretty sure we are going to be running a 5K on June 20th, so we needed to start preparing. And when I say we, I mean I. Tom could probably sprint a 5K from start to finish with no training and be f ... Read on »
Can Running Be Racy? Brooks Running Survey Finds Majority Believe Running as a Couple Steps up Sex Life by soledaddy Posted Mon 06 May 2013 5:00am OK, so I do not do this very often but I found this Brooks Running survey so interesting I thought I would post it. Can Running Be Racy? Brooks Running Survey Finds Majority Believe Running as a Couple Steps up Sex Life Survey Also Finds Jimmy Fallon’s, Chelsea Handler’s and Jimmy Kimmel’s Gift for Gab Would Be We ... Read on »
Run 1, Week 2 (CT5K) + Run 1, Week 3 (BOHR): Running Out Of Steam! by Corey I. Patient Expert Posted Sat 18 Oct 2008 4:09pm After a long hiatus from our joint runs, my friend & I picked up the CT5K workouts again tonight, running Run 1, Week 2 together at around 6:30 pm. Then we walked & talked for an additional 10-15 minutes afterwards. It was around 83+ degrees or so, but thankfully cooled down a bit during the last part of our workout. My friend ... Read on »
Running, Running, Running and Weekly Dinners by amandalouden Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:12pm 10 weeks ago I was not a runner. At all. There are many long standing jokes in my family and most have to do with me being a prized "eater," not a runner. The only thing that I have ever run after is a good piece of pie. Not a joke. Me and my friend Emily, feeling sporty. Had someone told me that I would complete a 5k in less than 10 w ... Read on »
See Lindsey Run. Run, Lindsey, Run! by Healthy Blog Snack Posted Tue 13 Oct 2009 12:00am Well, folks – I did it: I finished my first 10K! Yay! I was no Molly Huddle, who clocked in with a net time of 32:07 (that’s a 5 minute mile people!), but I finished respectfully – and alive – with my 8:55 per mile pace. It could not have been a more beautiful day for a run. It was a balmy high of 54 degrees in Boston, but with the gor ... Read on »