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post #481 of 12850
1 mile - 5:36 normally i do 3, 5-6 days a week, and try to keep it under 19 minutes. this is done on a trail loop with a couple climbs and descents.
post #482 of 12850
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Originally Posted by mr. burns View Post
1 mile - 5:36 normally i do 3, 5-6 days a week, and try to keep it under 19 minutes. this is done on a trail loop with a couple climbs and descents.
pretty fast. i'm doing 1 km in 5 minutes, but haven't been able to hold that for > 12 km. how long have you been running?
post #483 of 12850
i got to start running again. my god i am so fat. november and december was particularly killer on me.
post #484 of 12850
considering competing in some upcoming trail series runs and mud runs so upping the time a little.

45 min steady trail today. I love these 80 degree January days
post #485 of 12850
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Originally Posted by Fatto_in_Italia View Post
pretty fast. i'm doing 1 km in 5 minutes, but haven't been able to hold that for > 12 km.
how long have you been running?

played soccer all my life and raced cross country in high school so i do have a decent amount of running background. 2 years ago i was going through some college stress and gained a lot of weight [think i was about 5'9" 190 pounds at my heaviest], then broke my ankle. that's when i decided to turn things around and once i could finally jog without it hurting too much, i pretty much started over, lost 45 pounds and got back into my old cross country shape.
post #486 of 12850
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Originally Posted by mr. burns View Post
played soccer all my life and raced cross country in high school so i do have a decent amount of running background. 2 years ago i was going through some college stress and gained a lot of weight [think i was about 5'9" 190 pounds at my heaviest], then broke my ankle. that's when i decided to turn things around and once i could finally jog without it hurting too much, i pretty much started over, lost 45 pounds and got back into my old cross country shape.

Yeah, i've seen that happening too. Gaining some weight when i started university, stopped working out and ate as much as i could. Lost 25 lbs and now training for a marathon.

OT: did another 8 km in 39 minutes, but injured my knee. Tiger balm is keeping it warm... (does it only feel good, or does it actually do something?)
post #487 of 12850
hope it's nothing too serious. keep it up. i've wanted to get into training for longer distance stuff. maybe do a team in training running event for the leukemia society. i've always just kept it around 5k because that's how long our races were and it doesn't take up a lot of time.
post #488 of 12850
just finished 3.5 miles
post #489 of 12850
Just ran the All-Marine Cross Country Championship Sat. So did an easy 10K today at 39:15
post #490 of 12850
2 on the treadmill today.I hate running.Hopefully it will get more enjoyable when im not sucking air
post #491 of 12850
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Originally Posted by mr. burns View Post
hope it's nothing too serious. keep it up. i've wanted to get into training for longer distance stuff. maybe do a team in training running event for the leukemia society. i've always just kept it around 5k because that's how long our races were and it doesn't take up a lot of time.

Nothing too serious. At least nothing a couple of days rest and some tiger balm (it does seem to help) can't handle!
Probably no running for me the rest of this week, so i'll take an advice from some other thread to do swimming as my cardio exercise.
post #492 of 12850
Six miles on the dreaded treadmill. It is -9 this morning! If it is at least 10 above, I'll run outside.

After every mile, I did 10 pushups and 10 squats.
post #493 of 12850
This morning was the most I've run since before I graduated high school.
6 miles. Took me about 45-50 minutes, but I'm okay with that. It felt good to hit almost 10k.
post #494 of 12850
^^ good job Kwilk! It's true that the body adapts quickly after having a history of being physically active. You'll be back in great shape in no time.
post #495 of 12850
Thanks
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