RA Awesome team Gone Rogue
A few family members and anyone else who wouldlike to train along for the 2007 Grandmas Marathon. See you in Duluth!!
Kev and Evan
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.
This group is for anyone who loves running and tries to do it often.
As George Sheehan once wrote: There are as many reasons for running as there are days in a year, years in my life... Find your own play, your own self-renewing compulsion, and you will become the person you are meant to be.
May we all become the people (and runners) we were meant to be!
Let's make it official: the HCS Kick-A** Running Posse now has its own Running Ahead group. Since not all of us are in the same Next Step group (or in Next Step), this will let us share our running logs -- complete with our musings, complaining, and triumphs. Bring it.
Winter Planks Challenge
Do you have what it takes to run the Heart of America Marathon?
Run every year since 1960, this year (2009) will be the 50th event. Time & place: 6 AM, Labor Day, beside the football stadium where the University of Missouri Tigers play.
Heart rate training group from China
Social runners and friends from Maryland
Just a bunch of runners, logging runs, to hold each other accountable and help each other out!
This group is meant to help you improve your 5k time. there will be a daily 7-day running schedule to help you improve. then in the forums we talk about our accomplishments.
Get your Jan-a-thon on!
Red BQ group
The basic plan is for us to create a high impact mass-entry, with at least one hundred and twenty five people entering the Manchester 10k Race together on May 15th 2011. Between us we aim to raise tens of thousands of pounds for some incredible causes. Take a look at:
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.
A forum for those that use the training methods and approach developed by Arthur Lydiard.