Going very fast on the treadmill--safe? (Read 535 times)

    nice find, Nader.  Clearly, most of us have no need for a TM that goes so fast. Then again, we're not ostriches.

     

    Honestly, I was thinking about you last night, for some reason.  How's your recovery coming?

    "If you have the fire, run..." -John Climacus

    sport jester


    Biomimeticist

       Galen Rupp, cross-training.

       

      BFD

       

      Can't win a marathon, and that's all that counts for his sponsors and pathetic coach....

      Experts said the world is flat

      Experts said that man would never fly

      Experts said we'd never go to the moon

       

      Name me one of those "experts"...

       

      History never remembers the name of experts; just the innovators who had the guts to challenge and prove the "experts" wrong

         

        BFD

         

        Can't win a marathon, and that's all that counts for his sponsors and pathetic coach....

         

        Mine, too. Alas.

        "If you have the fire, run..." -John Climacus

           

          Honestly, I was thinking about you last night, for some reason.  How's your recovery coming?

           

          send you a PM.

          GC100k


            The 5 Stages of Sport Jester Engagement:

             

            1. Conversation ("Yes, but what about [insert perfectly reasonable statement here] Mr. Jester?")

            2. Confusion ("Wtf is up with [insert pseudoscience here]?")

            3. Anger ("Princess?!?")

            4. Ridicule ("Treadmill railz lol...")

            5. Resignation (no sample statement, I'm stuck on Stage 4)

            Wow.  That's so accurate in my case that it's spooky.  Obviously I've gotten drawn back to 4 in this thread, but that's exactly how it played out.

            GC100k


               

              That's your science; my science is better.  What you don't realize is that the earth also revolves around the sun, so there is a momentum force that requires east-west balance which is why wildebeest are constantly migrating unlike you who refuse to walk inline.  Very few have studied this but I have which is why my science can explain it but yours can't.

              I should add that to prove my science I will link to several abstracts that are irrelevant to or directly contradict my claim but talk about similar topics.

              zonykel


                Note the slot for quarters above the 3:45

                 

                Galen Rupp, cross-training.

                jimmyb


                port-a-bella-potty

                  Can't do this with such glide and flow on the road:

                   

                  (42 seconds)

                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLfUgXcvq4g

                   

                  The ™ can release you into greater creative  freedom.  ™=trust me. I was a wallflower, now I'm on Treadmilling With The Stars (on the VO2MAX channel).

                  Log    PRs

                    Can't do this with such glide and flow on the road:

                     

                    (42 seconds)

                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLfUgXcvq4g

                     

                    The ™ can release you into greater creative  freedom.  ™=trust me. I was a wallflower, now I'm on Treadmilling With The Stars (on the VO2MAX channel).

                     

                    I am pretty sure I couldn't do that on a treadmill without breaking my neck

                      I should add that to prove my science I will link to several abstracts that are irrelevant to or directly contradict my claim but talk about similar topics.

                       

                      I was wondering if anyone else would notice that.  I think next time I, too, will just pull up as many PubMed hits as I can for "jester" and put them in my post to prove I'm "scientific."

                      - Joe

                      all running goals are under review by the executive committee.


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                        I am just as annoyed at myself for reading this whole thread as I was for reading the one about the guy who got a trespass citation for running by the train tracks.

                           

                          I was wondering if anyone else would notice that.  I think next time I, too, will just pull up as many PubMed hits as I can for "jester" and put them in my post to prove I'm "scientific."

                           

                          A Jester-Link-o-Matic might be another useful tool.

                          Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.