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For anyone interested in learning more about barefoot running. Why run barefoot?
* Many people find it cures their injuries, including knee/hip/back pain and chronic PF, by teaching much better form and strengthening underused muscles.
* It's fun!
* It's cheap!
* It makes you look really tough! (shh, don't tell anyone but it's actually really easy)
This group is dedicated to the Boston build-up.. like no other marathon.. the time from JAN to APR is something to chat about.
This group is for people using the "Couch to 5K" (C25K) program to get off the couch and get in shape and for people using the "One Hour Runners" (OHR) program to increase their running time.
This is a group for discussing and sharing information about training programs, like the Furman FIRST program, which place emphasis on higher intensity running workouts with cross-training in between.
On Saturday, June 14th, The Crew will be assembling along the beautiful north shore of Lake Superior. They will be embarking on one of their toughest adventures yet.
Hopefully this group will help motivate and encourage each runner to get their mileage in... and so Coach Synan can keep tabs on us.
"Nothing but my best."
A place for runners (and others) interested in body weight exercises, 100 push challenge, flexibility, yoga and the like.
The Half Marathon Trainers group is a community of runners who target the half marathon as their preferred distance and share in that journey. We try to help each other striving to achieve or improve at the half marathon. We share advise on training plans, training tips, training advice, races, and other events with a focus on the half marathon.
Heart rate training group from China
Just a group of running buddies from Jackson, MI...old fogies and youngsters alike enjoying the comraderie of training together when we can. The common thread of enjoying a craft beer every now and then is what keeps us sane.
John Rolfe YMCA Monument Avenue 10k Training Team
Training group based in Nashville, TN.
Training for Kiawah Island
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.
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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?
A place to log your weekly mileage and find answers to life's questions =)
NBMA Windermere training group.
This is a group for North Central College Alumni and their friends. Even though we can't train at each others sides any more, we hopefully can keep each other motivated by sharing our training and critiquing others.
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