Doing anything is better than doing nothing :)
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I had some hip problems but stretching and not sprinting seems to keep from injury. I recommend using a "foam" roller, especially on quads and IT band. I prefer one that is harder and hollow on the inside. Seems to help my knees and legs--you might try it. I won't be racing for several months, but am enjoying running on the track and on the trails around lakes and hills in a nearby park with about 22 km of forest trails. Hope to see you running without problems again.
Hello Bostonbelle, perhaps barefoot running shoes are an option for you. With "normal" running shoes i had many problems with my knees and also ankles. It´s all gone with barefoot shoes! But be aware of your muscles. It takes time (weeks and months), to build strength in your calfs and foot muscles. But if you give it a try, perhaps you will be rewarded very well, like i do! :)
thanks! uff you are very cool in the picture jaja .good year for you
Nice to see you were able to put 2 runs together over a couple of days. Hopefully your body will let you keep going without and pains for awhile!!!!
Thanks :) I'm slowly recovering. My stamina is gone, so it's really slow to pick up the pace again. I do have occasional stings in my knee tendons, so I've postponed all my goals and just concentrate on getting back in shape some day. I hope all is well with you!
Hi :-) And thank you for the follow. Impressive runs you are doing..
Running 1:02'22.2 Average heart rate 178 bpm, 10.19 km.Messujuoksu aka 10k indoor race with several stairs and numerous sharp turns. Official time 1.02.18.
PB and new HR max!
Running 0:21'16.6 Average heart rate 160 bpm, 2.58 km.Cooper 2450m/12min, HR 173-186
Running 1:00'00, 7.00 km.Endurance testing, 1km runs
Lactate Beats/min Min/km
0,8 112 9:30
1,6 135 9:11
1,2 144 8:00
1,4 158 7:01
1,9 167 6:06
5,4 181 5:20
11,0 187 4:37
Running 1:49'33.8 Average heart rate 145 bpm, 15.07 km.Long run in perfect weather - happy, but tired
Running 1:04'14.3 Average heart rate 170 bpm, 10.01 km.First ever race done! Official time 1.03.42.
Pleased with myself although not happy with the time, which nevertheless was expected :) Despite the average HR :) the run did not feel all that bad except for the last sprint to the finishing line :D
Running 2:11'42 Average heart rate 172 bpm, 21.10 km.My second 1/2M. I am not that pleased with the time, but I achieved my goal of running faster than last time, so this will do:) I think I started off a bit too fast. Something weird happens with my HR the third drink stop at 18+k, my pace doesn't slow down, but HR drops down to 132 and jumps up and down for a while - no wonder that k felt quite uncomfortable!
Running 0:58'47 Average heart rate 174 bpm, 10.00 km.Helsinki Midnight Run - my 2nd 10k in less than 60min! One goal achieved!
Running 0:59'22 Average heart rate 171 bpm, 10.00 km.Achieved my first goal!!! Midsummer Run 10k in less than 60 min!
Running 2:12'05 Average heart rate 171 bpm, 20.65 km.Helsinki City Run - first 1/2M ever! Unfortunately they had measured the course 446m too short....
I changed the name into Ambit & t6d/c lovers. I have used the t6d for years with satisfaction. Now I also have the AMBIT: WOW!
Time estimator for Marathon, Half-Marathon, 10k and 5k. This single APP shows you 4 estimations - every 3 second the screen switches between Full Marathon, Half-Marathon, 10k and 5k time estimates. It is based on the distance you covered so far (and time of course) plus the current speed (actually it is the average speed over the last 10 seconds - to exclude some random effects, like wrong read-out, or short-term slow-down or speed-up). And in case you covered already some milestones, then only valid estimates will be shown (e.g. if you are at your 12th kilometer, then only estimates for half-marathon and full-marathon will be shown). In the first few secs (before the average speed over the last 10 secs rises enough) the app will show only the current duration. The app does not take into account the 'tiredness-factor', i.e. it assumes you will manage to run at the current speed till the end of your planned distance. I plan to develop a variant of this app that would take into accoun...
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There are many ways to guide your exercise intensity. Controlling pace is one of them. And 10K time remaining is a great way to stay on top of your pace. The App shows how much time is left until 10K is reached. Set it in your running mode and use the remaining time shown to help you adjust speed and avoid fatigue.
This App shows you the distance you would achieve in a Cooper Test at your current pace. Set it in your running mode to see how your fitness level compares to Cooper. NOTE: This App works only when the duration of the exercise is below 12 minutes.
Half-marathon time calculates your estimated finish time for a half-marathon in real-time. This is a great tool when striving for a new personal best. Include this app in your running mode and use it pace yourself to reach your goal.
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