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Posted: 1/14/2013 10:18:24 AM
Hi all!
I am venturing into some crazy new (to me) territory this week. I've been getting my 4 x 5k a week in, but at a steady slowwwwww speed of 5 on the treadmill. This week, for the first time ever, I'm going to try some speedwork. I hold Pinterest responsible. Too many awesome pins on the health category.

Also, hubby who merely breathes to maintain his six pack and muscles is starting to notice his jeans getting tighter. He tried blaming my recent love of cooking, but I informed him it's more likely that PLUS the fact that he is almost 40. So.... yesterday we bought a home gym. We put it in the downstairs living/scrapbooking room and it's quite a happy room now. Scrapbook centre at one end, couch at the other, tv and treadmill and gym in between. It all fits really well, so it will be great to work out together.

Anyone else ever tried any kind of strength training with their running? I'm scared.


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Posted: 1/14/2013 12:46:32 PM
Haven't tried strength training yet. I want to get to my goal weight and focus on that. Yea for the home gym! I just have a treadmill that I like to use when it gets hot outside.

Today is a rest day for me





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Posted: 1/14/2013 5:20:44 PM
Nope. I'm just a lazy runner. Only cross train when I'm injured. Not even consistent about stretching to prevent injury. Let us know how it goes though.

Today is a rest day for me. Tomorrow I believe my schedule says 40 minutes easy. Looking forward to it.

How's everyone else today?

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Posted: 1/14/2013 5:26:53 PM
I almost never cross train. I really hope to do more strength training after my half.

Today was a rest day. Only two more runs til Tinkerbell!

How much water should I drink a week before a race? I don't think I drank enough water before my last race and it slowed me down


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Posted: 1/14/2013 5:35:51 PM
DH and I have done free weights and heavy elastic bands (the ones that you hang from chin up bars to help with that; we do squats and other stuff with them), and bought a home gym with his end of year bonus. LOVE that thing. LOVE lifting weights. I wouldn't be scared of it at all. I love having strong, toned arms and wouldn't give up my free weights for anything.

Today is my rest day; went to the chiropractor for him to work on my knee. He fixed my iliac muscle pain last year after a few sessions, so hopefully it will only take this one to make the knee pain stop. (It's intermittent, only on long runs, and doesn't happen every time. My shoes, socks, and route have stayed the same; I wish there was a more obvious cause. It seems to be IT band related though, so I'll be doing lots of foam rolling and we'll see if that kicks it for good. Whatever he did to it today has made it a lot less sore.)

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Posted: 1/14/2013 5:59:05 PM

Anyone else ever tried any kind of strength training with their running? I'm scared.


I've been doing CrossFit for 9 months. About 3 months ago I started training for a half marathon. I cut back from 3x a week to 2, and I think in some ways it has helped me with my training.

Even umpteen years ago when I did my last half I still did some weight training (although I didn't lift heavy like I do now). I encourage it!

I had an issue resurface over the weekend on my long run so I picked my dad's brain about it (he's a marathoner) and we think we have an idea what's causing it. In the meantime I'll do my 2x at CrossFit (did #1 today), two short runs, and a 6 miler on Saturday.

Side note: I did the Color Run yesterday with a friend and my 5 yo DD...it was SO MUCH FUN. DD ran over half of it and we got filthy dirty. It's very informal but well-organized. Good for first-timers and families!


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Posted: 1/15/2013 11:04:54 AM
Wow! So many of you are or have ventured into the crosstraining! Very inspiring. So far, the new piece is just giving my eyeballs a workout. I was eyeing it up while on the treadmill yesterday. Have yet to actually try it... but hubby is going to wrangle me into sometime I'm sure.
I would ADORE to be able to get out without the kids and take a bootcamp or xfit class. Hubby is a driller though, and so is most often drilling on the side of a mountain or in the bush. It's been great having him home, but nothing steady enough to sign up for anything.

I had an AWESOME run yesterday. I am a slow runner, but I broke 40 mins for my 3.1 miles. I have been stuck for so long, and was trying to add a bit of speedwork... which seems wrong because I regularly get passed by escargots . Felt awesome. Not expecting it to repeat today, but wonders never cease.

For anyone just joining or lurking and thinking about getting started - do it! I have done C25K three times now. My third was last spring and I have just gotten into doing 4 x 5k a week lately. Since the new year, I've made lots of progress. So start up. As one of the many Pinterest quotes say, the time will pass anyway.


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Posted: 1/15/2013 1:32:07 PM
While I don't run as much as I'd like, I do cycle often - either road bike or spin class. And I do include weight lifting in my regular routine. I love weight lifting more than cardio!

The combination works out very well.


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Posted: 1/15/2013 1:37:21 PM
I'm interested in all the strength/x training comments here. I'm fired for not doing any.

Haven't run since Saturday's 22 miler. I've got a touch of the flu so I've been home and in bed for 2 days.

Tink is Sunday!!!!



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Posted: 1/15/2013 1:40:57 PM
I am just starting to get back to walking/running after a back injury in April. Walked for 25 minutes today. I seemed to have all this stomach fat all the sudden! Don't know where it came from as I've always had a skinny stomach. I guess the not exercising for so long is catching up with me!

What scares you about lifting weights? You could start low weights and just to a little at a time until you get used to it so you aren't sore.

I wish I understood pinterest! I would love to see the health and exercise ideas!


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Posted: 1/15/2013 2:02:30 PM

Only two more runs til Tinkerbell!


Yay! Another Tink girl!

I leave the day after tomorrow and I'm so stinking excited to be down there and out of the snow! Woohoo!


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Posted: 1/15/2013 2:07:26 PM
I ran 2 miles today. I wanted to run 4 but I had some digestive issues and didn't wanna push it.

26 TWO PEA, thanks for the advice. I have problems keeping properly hydrated. I either over hydrated or under. I'm nursing my DD still so I know I need to drink more.


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Posted: 1/15/2013 2:47:47 PM
I ran 3.2 miles yesterday, and tried to up my pace a little. I have decided to sign up for the GATE River Run 15K in March, and have printed out a training schedule from Hal Higdon, after some advice from a running friend. I need to sort out some cross training, and will probably do cycling

Can anyone please point me in the direction of some basic strength training exercises that I can do at home? I need to get some core strength training in too.



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Posted: 1/15/2013 5:53:55 PM
ran 2 miles straight today in under 20 minutes! a big victory for me...hoping i can complete a 5k under 30 in a few weeks.

anyone know what to do about shin splints? i recently bought a new pair of brooks and am having pain after i run, not during. using the heating pad has helped. should i be stretching?

thanks!

katie, have fun running the tink! i would love to run a Disney race one day.





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Posted: 1/15/2013 6:53:47 PM
I did a quick 2.5 today. DH and I signed up for a pair of races this spring. You have a choice of 5k/10k/15k the day of. Our half training has us both doing long runs on those days, so we'll be doing the 5k loop 3 times. The sign up included a new pair of Brooks shoes- forget the name. I looked them up on Amazon and they got really good reviews as a lightweight shoe. $90.00 for 2 races, 2 tees and a pair of Brooks. Not a bad price, huh?



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Posted: 1/15/2013 8:05:03 PM
Ran 4 miles today. It was snowing when I left for work and the roads were a little icy. Pretty rare for my neck of the woods. Got home and it was all melted and gone so I ran.

This is on my way to work:



And this is when I got home:




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Posted: 1/15/2013 8:11:13 PM
Just got back from my easy run tonight (5k).
I cross train as well. I use the Women's Fitness Big Book of Exercises for inspiration. Right now I'm doing the Bikini Body workout from it. The equipment I use is 5-10 pound dumbbells and exercise bands. Lots of planks, pushups, squats and lunges!

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Posted: 1/15/2013 8:32:21 PM
I did four miles on the treadmill tonight, no knee pain! I love my chiro. Foam rolled and iced afterward, for prevention purposes.

For strength exercises, my Bible is The New Rules of Lifting for Women. My library had it, which is where I first picked it up, but now I own a horribly dog-eared copy and lives downstairs with my free weights.

Ostrich girl, that is a GREAT deal! Two races AND shoes for $90? A steal!

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Posted: 1/15/2013 8:39:19 PM
The plan for today was to go to the gym and do a little treadmill/speed work for 3-4 miles.

Walked in the locker room, pulled out my shoes, saw I didn't have the inserts I have to have to wear them (still in the older shoes I wore for Sunday's race), and walked right back out!

So I came home and ran 3 miles around my neighborhood instead. Holy cow it was hot. 82 degrees in January just isn't right. 75 is about perfect, and in the 60s is even better for running. But 82? I ran in shorts and a tank top.

(However, I'm also feeling thankful that I didn't have the weather conditions mamastew had today!)

For shin splints, ice, ibuprofen, and stretching. I used to "write" the alphabet with my foot to stretch out the muscles. They are no fun!


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Posted: 1/16/2013 7:14:46 AM

So I came home and ran 3 miles around my neighborhood instead. Holy cow it was hot. 82 degrees in January just isn't right. 75 is about perfect, and in the 60s is even better for running. But 82? I ran in shorts and a tank top.


This is how it is with me just now too, Julie. I can't wait for the temps to drop off at the end of the week again. I didn't expect it to be so warm this time of year...


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Posted: 1/16/2013 8:00:34 AM
Did my short run this morning - 2.4 miles, DS has a delay for school because of ice/snow, so I decided to get it in before I take him to school and head to work. Signed up for a half in October, but there is one in September that I've got my eye on first, registration just isn't open yet.






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Posted: 1/16/2013 8:07:18 AM
I ran 5 yesterday and getting ready to go out and do the same today. It's 20 degrees here and I'll take that over your 70's and 80's any day.
I have just started doing the Insanity dvd's on my non running days for something different. I like them, they are hard for sure but it's a nice change up.

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Posted: 1/16/2013 8:43:46 AM
oh how I'd love to run in 60 degree weather again!

I've been doing mainly cross training. by the time I get home from work it's dark, and there are no sidewalks here (rural, dirt roads). Elliptical and weights. I do quite a bit of cross training as my goal is to run an obstacle course race in the summer. I need to have my dh adjust the treadmill the belt "slips" when I'm on it and it does not make me feel safe to run on it. Hopefully this weekend.

3x a week I do: squats, lunges, push ups, rows (with bands and dumbbells) chest press and then core work (Planks, crunches, rotations with kettlebells) This takes me less than 30 minutes as I move from one exercise to another in a cycle with minimal rest (ie - squats, push ups, rows with bands x3 and then switch to another grouping of exercises). I do the weights after I use the elliptical for at least 30 minutes

On opposite days, it's just cardio.


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Posted: 1/16/2013 11:08:06 AM
I got 2.1 miles done this morning - at 9am it was 68 deg and 87% humidity, and I was done in by the time I got back And this is my short run day...


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Posted: 1/16/2013 11:31:31 AM
Rest day for me. Going to enjoy it.
You know... coming here on days I'm supposed to run, but don't feel like it, and reading all your posts always reminds me to just get it done. You're all inspiring.


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Posted: 1/16/2013 12:14:11 PM
Hi, all! Joining in on this thread! My goal is to run/walk (with interval training) two 5Ks a week. On alternate days, I work with a trainer on upper body, core and cardio.

Hitting the Y after work to run today, then training tomorrow at 5am. Woot!

On my lunch break here at work, so training to make this quick.

One challenge that I need some help with...breathing. My trainer said that I control my breathing too much when I run and need to relax. Any tips besides the obvious...relax? lol!




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Posted: 1/16/2013 7:34:04 PM
I almost put off my running to enjoy the warmer weather outside, but decided I will just walk. Of course, once I get my gear on I get in the mode and ran 2 miles! I am slowly increasing my running time so I was happy with it.

Good thing too, because we got fro-yo tonight!





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Posted: 1/17/2013 11:34:43 AM
I had 3 miles of hills last night on the treadmill, then did some weightlifting afterward (squats, lunges, deadlifts, and some shoulder work with free weights.) I'm feeling it today!

Is anyone on Daily Mile? Would love to add some new friends there.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 12:25:14 PM
I ran on monday and haven't run since so I am feeling really loser-ish. I was travelling and while I brought my clothes-I didn't use them

I am going to hit the treadmill in a bit-I'd rather run outside but I only brought shorts for some dumb reason


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Posted: 1/17/2013 12:57:55 PM
This has been my first week back since Dec.6th. I have been nursing and IT band injury. Not something I had ever experienced before. Not fun. I had planned to stop bootcamp and up my mileage to try and head toward my first half and instead I had to stop everything and just rest. UGH.

I have gone out 3x this week and done a slow 2 miles each time with walk 1 min./run 4 min. intervals. I have been able to do this with just a twinge of tightness, but no real pain. Thank goodness!

I am usually one to just push on through pain, but the older I get the less I can do this and I might be finally getting a little wiser.



I am hoping I can continue to add mileage and not get to frustrated trying to go slow. I can tell I am not 100% healed, but I am hoping I am at a point that a slow ramp up is ok. Fingers crossed.

My mind and my waist both need for me to get moving.


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Posted: 1/17/2013 3:37:06 PM
I am so not feeling like a run today. I'm going to defer until the kids go to bed. Blahhhhhhh.


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Posted: 1/17/2013 3:45:08 PM
2.5 miles for me today. I have the start of a chest cold, I think, and my breathing just felt really off the entire time. I was huffing and puffing like crazy.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 4:12:31 PM
Yeah seeing some cross training discussion going on!

I do a couple of Zumba classes and a Ripped class in addition to the running. In the fall, dh and I were both doing Jamie Eason's 12 week strength training program which got intense, then we both had work, class, holiday clashes and fell of the strength wagon.

Just this morning we signed up for a Spartan Sprint that is June 1st. Has anyone done a race like this and how did you train. Their WOD for today involved several 400 M sprints, 50 burpees, etc.
I hate burpees. Really, really hate burpees.


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Posted: 1/17/2013 7:07:48 PM
Another 2.50 miles in the books today. But, man my shins were killing it at the end! I think I am running too much (everyday, 1 rest day/week) and maybe switch to every other day. Does anyone else have any problems with shin splints? I have a great pair of Brooks I got at my running store. Maybe its the asphalt?





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Posted: 1/17/2013 7:17:29 PM
We've all had those days....

I came home from work and decided to skip my run. Not for any good reason- just because I felt like I shouldn't HAVE to do it because I am scheduled for it. And it felt good. I had 2 glasses of wine at dinner and now I'm going to put on my jammies and go to bed early. Next run- Saturday.


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Posted: 1/17/2013 7:33:55 PM
Ha! Too funny. I'm having wine too, and hubby is bringing home cake. Mother Nature can kiss it. ha ha


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Posted: 1/17/2013 8:51:22 PM
I've totally been stalking this thread. I'm not running at the moment (38 weeks pregnant tomorrow). But I'm looking forward to getting back to it after my 6 week post partum check. I did a half IronMan the weekend before getting pregnant and a half marathon the weekend I got pregnant, so I was in halfway decent shape. I have mostly been walking and running after dd (21 months old), but definitely feel out of shape.

Since we were training for the half IronMan I was doing a lot of biking in addition to my running. I'm looking forward to getting back to that too.

I am thinking that I need to start looking for a race at the end of summer or early fall to train for, just so that I have something that I am working toward.

Can't wait to hear about the race you signed up for. Dh did IronMan Wales in September and we did the Marathon du Medoc on our honeymoon - which we really want to do again!!




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Posted: 1/18/2013 9:08:01 AM
I did 3 miles on the treadmill last night. The baby is now napping in hour long stretches, so I'm going to be brave and attempt to run during her nap today. I normally wait for dh to come home from work, which makes evenings hectic on his running days. Fingers crossed!

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Posted: 1/18/2013 11:25:02 AM
After a month of not running while away on holidays I've now been back at it, slowly working back up to where I was. My question is....it's -15 out with the windchill (that's 5 degrees Fahrenheit) but it's bright and sunny. Is that too cold to run outside? I think the coldest I've ever run is about -5. I thought I'd wait til 2:30 or so and hopefully catch the warmest part of the day but still not sure it's wise. What do the Peas think?

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Posted: 1/18/2013 1:23:06 PM
Did my long run for the week this morning - 4 miles And boy, I didn't think the weather played such a big part in how my runs go.... Wednesday I ran 2 miles in 68 deg/87% humidity and was exhausted. Today I ran 4 miles in 45 deg/67% humidity and I felt GREAT. I managed to keep a constant pace, and when I got home I was barely out of breath. I can see when the temps really start to ramp up again, that I'll be joining a gym and running on the treadmills in the aircon

Beth, cannot wait to hear where this European race of yours is going to be How exciting


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Posted: 1/18/2013 2:36:57 PM
I do a lot of body-weight exercises. Youtube is full of a lot of great videos/ideas.

Your running will get better as you get stronger...if you have weights or are doing body-weight. Have fun!

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Posted: 1/18/2013 3:54:49 PM
Got my 3.1 in today, and only have tomorrow left to do it again to maintain my goal of getting it done 4 times a week. Next week, I'm thinking about bumping it up to 4miles X 4 times a week.
Everyone is doing so well!


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Posted: 1/18/2013 3:58:05 PM
Oh, and I think -15 is totally fine to run in. I just don't go out past -10 with the baby, but on my own, totally. Just layer well.


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Posted: 1/18/2013 3:58:06 PM
Oh, and I think -15 is totally fine to run in. I just don't go out past -10 with the baby, but on my own, totally. Just layer well.


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Posted: 1/18/2013 4:11:32 PM
Took a break from running because of shin splints so a walk today is what I did. Not super fast since I was pushing a stroller but it worked




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Posted: 1/18/2013 8:04:00 PM
Just got in 3.1 miles and while I was not thrilled with it, I figure any run is better than no run, so I'll take it!





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