Being with all the talk of injury and safe running in this thread as of late I want to put out a question that I've been mulling over for a week or so. I've been thinking about doing both the 5k and the half marathon at marathon weekend. Is this something I should consider doing, has anyone on here done this and does disney allow this to occur? Thanks for any input you fine running folks may have.
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Not unrelated to a particular problem like iliotibial band syndrome, or the like. This is different, and it's PAINFUL. Here and there, not all the time. I'm up to 2 miles at a shot now, and it's starting to happen less frequently. No one has knees like me, so I wouldn't suggest generalizing from me!
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I really appreciate everyone's input - thanks a lot!
Has anyone else been having issues not recieving email updates when something posts on any of their subscribed forums? I've been checking hourly I don't want to miss any post on this thread for too long.
I've given up on notification!
Oh, and for folks who want another title to add to their reading list , here's one I ran across last night: The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance. Authors look well-credentialed*. Not ordering until I'm down to 15 books....
*I think they are part of the New Atkins group too.
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Having a MAGICal Time
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5 mile race this Sunday (did a 5 mile easy run today as part of the "taper" as I had been following the end of a 10k training plan). Will get to meet Maturod1!
I know - there's not much time between those goals - but it is only a 5 miler. That's basically 7:40 pace, 7:50 pace, and 8:00 pace. Last year I ran it in 8:16s. So I should be happy with 8s - but I wouldn't be
Weather is looking pretty good. I have my "magic" compression shorts
"Carb" loaded today by emotionally eating a pack of cheez-its in the afternoon
Little afraid to lay my goals out there - always hard to say it out loud in case you don't hit them.
I think if I were to set any goals or anything 55 would be my "absolutely should be able to do it" time. Personally I want to hit 50 which I think I have a chance
of hitting. 48 Would probably be my absolute tops and anything quicker would be awesome.