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For current and former member's of Kiss My Asphalt. I thought this would be a fun way to encourage each other.
A group for Knox alumni and friends to share workout results, keep each other motivated, and stay in touch.
Training group for runners coached by Liam3494. Email Liam3494@gmail.com for assistance and advice.
For the first time in 25 years, Oakland will host a marathon. In its role as one of the official running clubs for this event, Oakland running club LMJS is offering a 16 week Marathon Training Program and a 12 week Half Marathon Training Program. This group is intended for runners training for the 2010 Oakland Marathon with LMJS. www.lmjs.org
This is a group for discussing Low Heart Rate training and it benefits, negatives, etc. The rage started back in the 60's with Dr. Ernst Van Aaken and today can be called Maffetone, Hadd, Mittleman, Mark Allen.
Low HR Training can be best described as running at or below 70% of your Max HR to build your aerobic base. We used to use the talk test back in the 70's.
This is a private forum for athletes who train regularly with the method developed by Dr. Phil Maffetone, a.k.a. "MAF-training" or "The Maffetone Method." It is a community for support and sharing. Join ONLY if you've already started and are committed to the training as prescribed (i.e. you use the 180-formula, adjustments, and monitor aerobic speed).
A group to log runs for those in the soon to be formed Maple Valley Running Club and their friends.
RWOL forums blow.
Marathon Trainers Group. All levels welcome.
If you are a veteran Marathon runner or a Marathon Virgin, this is the place to share training tips, schedules, thoughts and the excitement of your first or fiftieth Marathon.
Marathon training group
This group is meant to help both novice and veteran marathon runners "select a training plan best suited to their individual needs". Members will discuss the pros and cons of marathon training plans available in print (on the internet) and share personal experiences with these plans.
For the martial artist who also runs. Or the other way around. :) Karate. Tae Kwon Do (taekwondo). Kempo. Kung Fu. Judo. Aikido. Wu Shu. Tai Chi. Kendo. Mixed Martial Arts. What's your passion?
We're a group of mediocre runners (varying degrees) who also are into crossfit. Our motto is "striving to be decent." Are you mediocre enough?
Studs not apply.
Check out our blog at http://www.mediocrerunners.com/blog/
if you are reading this then you don't qualify for this group, go find the 2nd best group or something
MN RED Training Group
A place to log your weekly mileage and find answers to life's questions =)
Reston morning stars training log