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Running the Track by BJ Posted Mon 27 Feb 2012 7:00am I hate training on a track. Going in circles with no change in scenery and counting down laps until I can be finished makes me feel like a hamster on a wheel.  Track training is hard, boring, flat, round, annoying... you get the drift. Round and round we go Unfortunately for me, it's also effective.  According to Jill Bruyer ... Read on »
Random Thoughts about Doctor Who, a Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Fun Run and Track Tuesday by RunDMT Posted Tue 17 Sep 2013 12:02pm Last week started off strong with the workouts and a 9-11 Memorial race in the middle of the week , but by Thursday, my legs were like rubber bands so I opted for a rest day.  Little did I know that one rest day would turn into four rest days because I didn’t realize I would be out of town attending the Hispana Leadership Summit (more on that l ... Read on »
My favourite running tracks! by beckyeyes Posted Sat 10 Sep 2011 10:59am I pretty much would never run without music - only if my ipod had died a death, and I'd be pretty miffed at having to run in silence! Running to music helps me to know where I am on a particular distance (useful if like me you don't have a garmin and have to remember how far you've ran!), helps drown out the sound of my breathing (hate that!) ... Read on »
Friday Five: Running/Track & Field Video Games by Mike Antonucci Posted Fri 25 Jun 2010 6:00am 1) Wii Fit Running .   2) Konami Track & Field (take it home for $750 ). 3) ESPN International Track & Field . 4) International Track & Field (Playstation) . 5) International Track & Field on steroids (long jump) . The final jump succeeds in ripping the fabric of time and space. ... Read on »
Marble Run and Track Creations by StrandedMom Posted Thu 30 Aug 2012 8:54pm So I said I would share some cool things K has been doing recently. There was a time in our RDI life, when I would pass a piece of track to my son, and he would reference me then I would either point or look in the direction of where it goes and we would build a track for the Thomas train together. This was not so long ago. However recently ... Read on »
I Have A Run Track Mind by Mike W. Posted Thu 02 Dec 2010 7:00am I found a new and better way to embarrass myself.  This fall has been all about running. I've run a lot of miles and tried to learn as much as possible about running so I can take my new fitness and knowledge into next season.  Part of my run focus this fall was to push myself outside of my comfort zone and run some cross country races.  I n ... Read on »
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 »
Random Thoughts about National Moms Nite Out, Boxing, a Boston Run, Stepping Up My Sprints and Track Tuesday by RunDMT Posted Tue 07 May 2013 8:32pm Weather wise, it has been a very strange spring weather.  We’ve experienced the usual hot and humid Florida spring days, but over the past few days, the weather cooled down for some strange reason.  We’ll back to our regular warm weather scheduled program soon enough. Last week, the humidity was off the charts, which like I said, is to be e ... Read on »
No Track? No Problem! 5 Running Workouts You Can Run Anywhere by Jason Fitzgerald Posted Wed 16 Feb 2011 9:17pm Thanks for stopping by Strength Running! Don't forget to for automatic updates about dominating your running. Being a distance runner who competed in high school and college track, I’ve spent a lot of time running in circles. I remember my time on the outdoor track fondly. It’s whe ... Read on »
Writer's Block Mailbag; Upcoming Product Reviews, Running Camera Recommendation, Minimalist Track Shoes, and RunAmoc Troubleshoo by Donald Patient Expert Posted Sun 27 Feb 2011 12:00am I’ve often mentioned that running is the creative wellspring for most of my writing, so it shouldn’t surprise me that the opposite corollary is true as well: the less I run, the less material I find to write about. That lesson was driven home especially well over our recent snow trip , where I spent a lot of time curled up on the couch wit ... Read on »