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800m I am a freshman in high school with a PR of 2:04 in the 800m. I have decided to run cross country this and really want to break 2 minutes my sophomore year of track (spring '09). I was wondering if ...
Jun 05 2008 11:05pm
Bored? Cross Training Beats the Workout Blahs My husband asked me not too long ago why I felt the need to take ballet, outdoor boot camp and yoga classes when we belong to a perfectly good gym that even offers similar workouts. Well, I go there ...
Jul 05 2007 1:48pm
Not only does cross training help with your motivation and ... more
Jul 08 2007 6:42pm
Add Strength Training to Your Workout! Our Great, Great Grandmothers Strength Trained. Your great-great grandmother strength trained daily. Her household responsibilities included carrying wood into the home to keep the fires warm, gathering water from the spring or well in buckets, m ...
Feb 05 2008 10:14am
Strength Training During Marathon Training As runners, sometimes we tend to put so much focus on leg strength, we neglect to work the rest of our bodies. Even when training for a marathon, it’s important to add some resistance training a cou ...
Aug 31 2007 10:56am
A morning activity session may aid to energize as well as inspire you for the other parts ... more
May 28 2013 7:00am
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Mar 18 2008 7:17pm
Interval Training Beats Boredom, Builds Stamina I don’t know about you, but the thought of spending 30-plus minutes running, using the StairMaster, elliptical trainer, or exercise bike straight bores me silly. The only thing that keeps me going fo ...
Sep 04 2007 8:23pm
Training Aikido is a non-striking martial art based on harmonious conflict resolution.  It was developed in Japan and though the headquarters are there, it has become a truly international art.  The Bay area i ...
Oct 19 2007 11:40am
Training for your first half-marathon We're all different and can train at different levels. Here are my thoughts for your consideration (I'm assuming you're training for your first half) 1. Work up to 35-40 miles per week, doing one ...
Dec 06 2008 9:38pm
plan ahead & train properly Always be sure to plan enough in advance for the competition in terms of your training workouts. You don't want to do too much too fast and leave yourself susceptible to injuries. Cross-train as w ...
Jessica K.
Oct 21 2007 2:57pm
Training for an Adventure Race Training for an adventure race varies greatly from individual to individual, depending on your current fitness levels and what you want to achieve. However, whether you are going for the prize or ...
Aug 17 2007 10:50am
... ed this as an AR site to find training partners in the Bay Area, but also t ... more
Aug 28 2008 8:37am