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Old 03-02-2018, 11:51 AM   #21
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The treadmill is a last resort for me, so boring... would rather be out in nature... when In Italy took and ran around the entire vatican one morning, it was amazing
I’d rather be outside too but I use the gym over the winter months.
Many find it boring but I’m fine with my music on.....weightlifting,now there’s something that bores me.

I did walk around the walls of Vatican City once,I couldn’t run as I had a beer in my hand.
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I loved to run but flat feet and a torn tendon in one of knees put an end to that so now an upright exercycle is my best friend. That and going to the gym for a workout 6 days out of 7.
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I would run but I like beer more.
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Not as fast as I used to be, probably due to weighing about 180 vs the 170 and 160 I weighed before. Definitely going to be tinkering with my diet and my caloric intake over the next 7 weeks heading into my 5th full marathon.
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As an endomorph, I find the concept of running hilarious.

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I prefer jogging on treadmills. I have bad knees, so treadmills are better. Unfortunately I don't own a treadmill.
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I prefer jogging on treadmills. I have bad knees, so treadmills are better. Unfortunately I don't own a treadmill.
Just do power walking. That will sort your knees out.
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Just do power walking. That will sort your knees out.
Iíve been doing Insanity for my cardio. Yes, not good on my knees, but I substitute certain moves that may be rough on my knees.
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Just do power walking. That will sort your knees out.
And make you look hilarious while doing it too
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And make you look hilarious while doing it too
Looks more ridiculous if your knee's are buckled. I can hear some runner's from a mile away they are making so much impact.
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Well, I know it is nothing compared to you people on here doing marathons and ultras, and having done marathons in the past, I have ran further, but my goal this year was to really document my mileage and get to 1000 miles, which has been difficult the last few years. Generally one day a week I would job, would be spent with a push mower, which is a suitable replacement for jogging a few miles (recently got a riding model), also ha a young toddler which makes things challenging too, and the weather down here calls for many afternoon showers which I would generally skip those days. I am also not getting younger on these arthritic knees of mine.

This year I have been determined, I have to be anal to a point to get in runs on days you might not have before, like during rains. I'd been squeamish on these type runs in the last after injuring myself on a run during a rain. I have mixed in runs to and from work on days my wife has afternoon appointments and cant pick up our daughter. I should reach 500 miles by the end of this month, would like to have enough of a buffer to work with to cover days I dont jog and an expectation that my mileage may dip in the sweltering heat to come down here
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Well, I know it is nothing compared to you people on here doing marathons and ultras, and having done marathons in the past, I have ran further, but my goal this year was to really document my mileage and get to 1000 miles, which has been difficult the last few years. Generally one day a week I would job, would be spent with a push mower, which is a suitable replacement for jogging a few miles (recently got a riding model), also ha a young toddler which makes things challenging too, and the weather down here calls for many afternoon showers which I would generally skip those days. I am also not getting younger on these arthritic knees of mine.

This year I have been determined, I have to be anal to a point to get in runs on days you might not have before, like during rains. I'd been squeamish on these type runs in the last after injuring myself on a run during a rain. I have mixed in runs to and from work on days my wife has afternoon appointments and cant pick up our daughter. I should reach 500 miles by the end of this month, would like to have enough of a buffer to work with to cover days I dont jog and an expectation that my mileage may dip in the sweltering heat to come down here
On a 2 year streak of 1000+ miles run a year myself. Goal this year is 1400-1500 miles, which is a lot but I've been running for almost 6 years now and training for marathons most of that time. Plus I graduated last May so now I have more time to devote to running as much as I want. 5 days a week used to be too much for me but I'm handling it fine right now. We'll see if I can keep it up and finally PR the marathon distance after getting a 4:16 back in 2017. 4:31 was my last marathon finish time so that would be nuts lol. Running in the rain is fine with me, just gotta wear trail shoes and be careful.
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Running my first 10K this year. Still working at getting a good pace.
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