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Female Full and Half Marathon Runners Diet Study Hello, I am a dietetics graduate student at Eastern Illinois University.  This up and coming summer I will be conducting a major research study.  I am seeking female runners who are currently train ...
May 11 2012 3:04pm
Female 1/2 and full marathon runners diet study Hello, I am a dietetics graduate student at Eastern Illinois University.  This up and coming summer I will be conducting a major research study.  I am seeking female runners who are currently train ...
May 11 2012 3:05pm
Female half and full marathon runners diet study! Hello, I am a dietetics graduate student at Eastern Illinois University.  This up and coming summer I will be conducting a major research study.  I am seeking female runners who are currently tra ...
May 12 2012 11:31am
Female half and full marathon runners Hello, I am a dietetics graduate student at Eastern Illinois University.  This up and coming summer I will be conducting a major research study.  I am seeking female runners who are currently tra ...
May 12 2012 11:29am
Required time is 3:30 I've run two marathons. My first marathon (Canadian International in Toronto Canada), I completed on a dare from my buddies. I had never run more than 1 mile in my life but after sitting at lunch wi ...
Jan 26 2007 7:43pm
Running a marathon is very satisfying for me. Obviousl ... more
Jan 27 2007 10:07am
My Third Half Marathon I am beginning to train for my third half marathon -- in April. For the past two, I've used common sense to develop a training schedule, but I'd love recommendations for an actual "official" training ...
Jan 24 2007 3:31pm
Oh, and Matt -- thanks -- I think I really am looking to "just finish." I suppose there i ... more
Feb 14 2007 6:39pm
Marathon I was trainning last fall to run the Disney Marathon the first week in January, but the combination of a busy academic schedule and physical problems (plantar fasciitis and shin splints) led to me dis ...
Mar 05 2007 4:03pm
Running For the Finish Line So, supposedly, if you can run 30 minutes without stopping you should be able to train for a marathon. This is what I had read, so I talked to a friend of mine who had run in a couple marathons. She w ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
... think that if a person starts to train for a marathon after they've been able to run for 3 ... more
Dec 09 2008 7:27pm
Gradual progression of mileage... I've had the interesting experience recently of receiving calls from a few prospective marathoners who are effectively looking to 'cram' for a marathon. One such aspiring marathoner called me last wee ...
Jan 28 2007 4:06pm
Set Achievable Mini Goals to Accomplish Ambitious Goals Goals are a great way to motivate myself. But I've found that some goals are so ambitious (e.g., complete my first marathon) or devoid of metrics that indicate my progress (e.g., learn to swim --- ra ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am