Posted On:12/22/2005 1:11am
Style: In Transition
If you're gonna run barefoot, do it on grass or sand, like nature intended. Not asphalt or concrete.
Skin isn't the problem. It's knees and bones that get F'ed over time. I just skimmed the website, but does it say how long these people have been doing it for? Like, 10+ years?
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Posted On:12/22/2005 5:26pm
Style: Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku
Originally Posted by Krampus
What is the point of this venture?
I'm curious what assumptions about this you started out with.
I used to do this in highschool as a way to just see if I could do it. I basically was just curious about how far I could run without stopping. Stress test I guess?
Posted On:12/26/2005 9:45pm
Style: Boxing, TKD, Judo
Originally Posted by Christmas Miracle
So today I work up early for once and decided to go running. I have measured the elementary school's boarders and two laps around the school is about 10 feet over a mile. It's very nice and best for running as I don't have to turn very much and that's better for my knees.
Anyway, I had two goals today. 1.) To see how far I could go full sprint and 2.) Running at a pace you would use for something like soccer, how far I could go.
1.) At full sprint I ran about 50 feet under 1/4 mile. So roughly 1280 ft. I'd say that is pretty good.
50 feet under 400 m (1/4 mile) is really good. 400 m is the toughest sprint event imo. Everytime I do it, I end up dying on the ground and gasping for breath. The first I did it, I couldn't walk at all for the next twenty minutes (never had trained in sprints). To sprint non-stop 400 m is pretty good, you should be a track sprinter.
Posted On:1/11/2006 2:08am
I'm just about to go for my first jog in quite a while up and down a hill for about an hour. Going light on the knees and ankles.
I'm trying to bridge my own theory-practice gap.
Posted On:1/11/2006 3:51pm
What you should do is time your actual 400m time and time a 1600m. The top distance runners in the world have 400m splits within 5% of their 400m time.
HIIT is fun and is quite taxing even if you don't do full out sprints. When I sprint I do 100m for 4, 200m for 2, and 400m for 1 with some walking in between.
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