Red BQ group
A group of friends who run together mostly in Lagos.
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.
anyone in the South Central WI area who wants to talk running training races etc...
Marathon and speed training.
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.
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.
Run Wild Missoula Missoula Marathon Training Class 2015
A place to log your weekly mileage and find answers to life's questions =)
MN RED Training Group
a place to store thoughts
Nationwide Insurance training groups
NCC Class of 2009 training for the 2010 Chicago Marathon.
This is an invitation only private running group from NFNDZ.
2000 miles of experimenting with group features
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.
LETS GO FOR A RUN!!!
Welcome to the Northwest Indiana Runners connection center. This is a place for runner's in Northwest Indiana to keep in touch with each other. Let other runners know how your training, racing, and anything else you want to talk about is going.
Everyone is welcome!!!
Become a better runner with the support of runners.
Putting the trauma of college behind us, one mile at a time.