Total Comments 8
11/26/2012 2:37pm, #2
3 Miles at lunchtime....in the rain.
Great shirt, well played, Sir.
11/26/2012 2:37pm, #3
11/26/2012 4:33pm, #4
I've started interval sprints in the morning, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. I cannot believe I am actually waking up in order to run, I am not a runner, my gait looks like a cross between a Brown bear and a moose.
However, next year I am going to run my first ever half marathon and raise dollars for a charity. Not sure which charity yet, but the goal is to run a half marathon. So I might as well start training now.
Also, interval sprints are fucking insane for cardio. Apparently by doing 3-4km of interval sprints (up hill) with jogging in between, normal jogging is a piece of piss. I wouldn't know, being a fat non runner and never having tried.GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
11/26/2012 5:56pm, #5
You can build cardio more quickly with intervals than with steady-state running. But if you plan on doing a half, you need to put some miles in. You need the legs, too.
11/26/2012 6:11pm, #6
11/26/2012 6:16pm, #7
Re: Do You Even... Run? - Monday Motivation
My typical lunch workout is 30'@6mph. I have moved it up to 6.5mph for half an hour on occasion. Once or twice a week I'll do an 8min mile and just last week I did a 7min mile- fairly certain I hadn't done that since high school 12 years ago- then I finish the half hour out at 6mph.
11/26/2012 6:24pm, #8GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
11/27/2012 9:58am, #9
Battlefields, if your goal is to survive 14 km and you are in any sort of shape from training you will probably be fine. My only concern would be knees, I know it took me a long time to build up to where I could run that distance without pain. One of the things the mileage does is strengthen the knees. At one point I would not have thought I could go past 10k, now I've run a couple of marathons.