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    Ha, yeah, I'm doing pretty good actually.  I ran a victory mile yesterday morning, and still managed 15 minutes. Will probably run a mile or two tonight with my trail group too.

     

    Travel day. Ran this am.

     

    Van can you walk?

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    Bad Ass

      Good.  I actually found my recovery from the 50K faster than a marathom.

       

      Ha, yeah, I'm doing pretty good actually.  I ran a victory mile yesterday morning, and still managed 15 minutes. Will probably run a mile or two tonight with my trail group too.

       

      Damaris

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      MarjorieAnn3137


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        Good for you. 175 miles would trash most people for several months......

        Marjorie

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          Bad Ass

            Morning!

             

            Doug, keep reminding me later this month.  I will donate.

            Damaris

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            It's always fucking hot in Miami!


            Wandering Wally

              Morning all!

               

              Do you all suppose that recovery from ultra distances tends to be quicker because the runner spends more time in the aerobic zone than in shorter distances?

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              Fibromyalgia Fighter

                Morning.

                Relentless forward progress

                  Mike, yes, I think so.  I believe the walking during the event also helps in post recovery.  You're already recovering even during the event. My legs feel back to normal today.  The ankles and feet were really swollen yesterday, but are much better this morning. I did run last night with the trail group, just a couple of miles.  Still felt very tired though, and ended up with a fever again last night. I think the fever is just my body's way of telling me to back off, as I was exhausted by bedtime last night.

                   

                  Morning all!

                   

                  Do you all suppose that recovery from ultra distances tends to be quicker because the runner spends more time in the aerobic zone than in shorter distances?

                  Take Charge. Train Harder. Suck Less. No Excuses.


                  Bad Ass

                    This!

                    Mike, yes, I think so.  I believe the walking during the event also helps in post recovery.  You're already recovering even during the event. My legs feel back to normal today.  The ankles and feet were really swollen yesterday, but are much better this morning. I did run last night with the trail group, just a couple of miles.  Still felt very tired though, and ended up with a fever again last night. I think the fever is just my body's way of telling me to back off, as I was exhausted by bedtime last night.

                     

                    Damaris

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                    "The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire."

                    It's always fucking hot in Miami!

                    Venomized


                    Drink up moho's!!

                      That is part of the concept with the Galloway method as well.  The walk breaks aide in recovery and allow a runner to cover more distance than if they ran the whole way.

                        Ran again tonight, just 2 miles, but feels like I ran 20.  Body is still saying no, so no reason to push it.

                        Take Charge. Train Harder. Suck Less. No Excuses.

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                        Fibromyalgia Fighter

                          *hits Van over the head with rolled up magazine*

                          Bad boy!  Sit!  Lie down. Stay!

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                          Bad Ass

                            Morning!  Pass the magazine so I can hit him too.

                            Damaris

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                            "The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire."

                            It's always fucking hot in Miami!

                            Learningdaily


                            Fibromyalgia Fighter

                              *hands Damaris the magazine*

                               

                              Morning.

                              Relentless forward progress


                              Bad Ass

                                *slaps Van in the head*

                                 

                                Thanks, LD!

                                Damaris

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                                "The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire."

                                It's always fucking hot in Miami!