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post #5821 of 10164
8mi in the sunshine, and a strength workout at the Y. Legs and toes are starting to return to normal after Sunday's half marathon in Melbourne, FL.

Myles--Good on 'ya for tackling that ESB Run Up.
post #5822 of 10164
A one mile sprint before a workout session this morning.
post #5823 of 10164

I run 2 miles today.Sometimes I run 3.

post #5824 of 10164
only about 2.5 but at a much faster pace. I started a different HIIT workout today and tried to incorporate some very high-exertion, interval cardio into it. Pretty good and feeling better! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #5825 of 10164
6 miles
post #5826 of 10164
Good Goin Myles.
my weeks been as follows
m - 8
t - 9 w/ 12 x 400 @ 5k pace (a bit faster)- all around 74-77 w/ last two closer to 69-70
w - off (unplanned)
Th - 9 w/ 5.5 mile tempo at dream marathonish pace (just about 5:59 pace)
post #5827 of 10164
beginner runner here. Have you guys noticed if long endurance running slims down your thighs and legs?
post #5828 of 10164
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Originally Posted by Harbin View Post

beginner runner here. Have you guys noticed if long endurance running slims down your thighs and legs?

I haven't noticed slimming in my leg muscles so much, I think if you run a lot of hills you keep decent musculature. In general though running definitely slims you down if you run a lot of miles. It also depends on how you are naturally built.
post #5829 of 10164
3 miles at a fairly fast clip. Wind chill, 22 degrees. Not bad.
post #5830 of 10164
10 mile tempo run. Happy running everybody!
post #5831 of 10164
Five with some intervals in the middle. What I saw:

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post #5832 of 10164
Seven miles before the snow flew.
Harbin--Congrats on being a beginning runner! Prudent, consistent running does lots of good things for you. Sam's right: individuals vary and different training affects a body differently.
post #5833 of 10164
A fast 3.5 this morning in Chicago before the snow started.
post #5834 of 10164
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Seven miles before the snow flew.
Harbin--Congrats on being a beginning runner! Prudent, consistent running does lots of good things for you. Sam's right: individuals vary and different training affects a body differently.

Thanks! I can only run up to 1.5-2 miles before I really feel like stopping and catching up my breath. Any tips on how to really overcome this? should I just keep running that much and eventually I'll be able to run longer distances or should I just really slow down and keep running (if so how much should I run to). thanks in advance guys
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Originally Posted by Dr Nemo View Post

Seven miles before the snow flew.
Harbin--Congrats on being a beginning runner! Prudent, consistent running does lots of good things for you. Sam's right: individuals vary and different training affects a body differently.

Thanks! I can only run up to 1.5-2 miles before I really feel like stopping and catching up my breath. Any tips on how to really overcome this? should I just keep running that much and eventually I'll be able to run longer distances or should I just really slow down and keep running (if so how much should I run to). thanks in advance guys

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