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Before you start a walking, jogging, or running program by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 04 Aug 2009 6:03pm Quite a few folks have indicated in their comments that they are motivated to get out and walk or jog. Before you start, spend some time reading about walking and/or running so you don't make mistakes and get injured, or if not injured get discouraged and give it up. You are invited to browse my tutorial site, runninginjuryfree.org That site has a ... Read on »
Run 1, Week 1 (BOHR): A Sad Goodbye & The Start of A New Running Program by Corey I. Patient Expert Posted Sat 18 Oct 2008 4:09pm At noon on Sunday, my grandfather (that I've mentioned in previous posts on both this site & my foodie blog ) passed away. It's been a very sad & stressful week, as I had to finish packing tonight for both tomorrow's funeral & for my gallery show later in the week, since I couldn't return home in the interim. (Both events are in PA.) ... Read on »
My New Running Program by Linda T. Posted Tue 18 Dec 2012 8:34am I am so excited because I am now the Program Director of a brand new running program in Montgomery County, MD.  I had been running with the Galloway group in Virginia, and I loved the group, but it was just a long drive every Saturday morning, and all of the members of the group lived out there, so I couldn’t find any running buddies to run wit ... Read on »
A 6 Week Intermediate Running Program by Kodjoworkout Posted Wed 08 Jan 2014 10:41am Are you looking for a running program to prepare for a 10 km race ? With the help of our 6-week intermediate running program, you will be able to run 10 km within just 6 weeks. This training program is designed for people who, at present, can run or run/walk for 25 minutes. It offers general guideline ... Read on »
Important Notes RE: My New Running Program (BTHR) by Corey I. Patient Expert Posted Sat 18 Oct 2008 4:08pm Hello Runners & Workout Enthusiasts, Here's just a few brief cautionary notes to anyone considering trying my newly created BTHR (Becoming A Two-Hour Runner) Plan: This is an untested (i.e., beta) running program: Please be aware that this training program is brand new & untested. So, this means that, since I haven't actually sta ... 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 »
Update on my 4th week on 3+2 FRST running program by HerWorldlyPleasures Posted Mon 02 Jul 2012 7:29pm Let's talk about running. I am into my fourth week following the Half Marathon training program from Run Less Run Faster aka FRST 3+2. The program advocates 3 keys runs a week complemented by 2 cross-training sessions to increase your cardiovascular fitness without the extra strain on your legs to prevent injuries and overuse. My aim is to som ... Read on »
Interval Running Programs for All by The Healthy Hostess Posted Thu 31 Jan 2013 9:11am 5 -minute Warm Up      2-minute fast walk      2-minute jog (increase by at least 1 mph)      1-minute run (increase by at least .5 mph)      Repeat 3 times  5-minute cool-down and stretch   To make this workout longer, add as many 5-minute intervals as you’d like! Ex. of Workout Pacing Warm up – 3.0mph Fast Walk – 3.5mph ... Read on »
Fantastic Tips on How to Start a Running Program by Dr. Lawrence Kindo Posted Mon 12 Mar 2012 10:09pm Any running program absolutely demands time and patience! There may be too many temptations to avoid the schedule, but hang on. If you can stick to the plan, you’ll progress faster and then, you can slowly modify the program to fit your needs. Starting at a slower pace is perfectly alright. Eventually, you could progress ... Read on »
Looking Ahead to Next Week's New Running Program (BTHR) by Corey I. Patient Expert Posted Sat 18 Oct 2008 4:08pm I've been doing a lot of thinking about the new running program I've recently devised, "Becoming A Two-Hour Runner" ( BTHR ). I realize that this plan might appear daunting to some, due to it's 25-week duration. However, if the prospect of completing a program of this length seems insurmountable to you, I'd like to suggest that you instea ... Read on »