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Roads were made for journeys...
The increasing workload is more likely the culprit along with maybe not having a good enough base to start the program ...
I ended having to play around with the schedule to get an extra days of rest here and there.
Abs of Flabs
I'm running somewhere tomorrow. It's going to be beautiful. I can't wait.
Shoes should generally get no more than 300 miles on them.
'07: 1324.5 | '08: 1561 | '09: 1810.9 run ~ 208.7 bike | '10: 1,000.3 run ~ 3513.5 bike | '11: 710.3 run ~ 4157.9 bike '12: 659.9 run ~ 3365.6 bike (100% benched by ortho last 4.5 weeks while in long-arm cast)
• DON'T BREAK ANYTHING!!!
• get within 5#s of 130#s (and stay there, gotdammit!)
• 1st olympic distance duathlon
• 1st Iceman Cometh mtn bike race
• Half Fanatic
• punch Type 1 in the junk
The bigger problem for me is that when I get tired, i drag my heel of my shoe and so the outer sole of my heel gets worn out really fast, which speeds up the demise of the shoes. I'm hoping that this will improve with time.
The more you run in wet conditions, the faster they will wear out. The more times they are used in a week, the faster they will wear out (which is why I have 2-3 pair that I alternate so that any single pair has a chance to dry out fully and recover between uses).
The rule of thumb really is 300 miles or about 6 months, whichever comes first. Not 500.
I know the rule of thumb is 300-500, but I am starting to think that I must wear my shoes out a little on the fast side.
Sometimes, we just wore rocks on our feet.
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