A great prize & challenge
snap tenjiso.........i run ion asics and have done for years ....yet i tried every combination going on the shoe choices and it didn;t ever advise my shoe ( which i have been matched with by 2 different running shops with good reputations )...........
the generator also came up with shoes for severe overpronator.which i did try once as they were free but they got me injured
Reginald wrote (see)
The Hydration thing is interesting as I put this on another thread: http://www.runnersworld.co.uk/forum/health--injury/headache-after-long-run/234970.html Do I drink too much?
The Hydration thing is interesting as I put this on another thread:
Do I drink too much?
Martin/Reg, Whilst it is technically possible to get over hydrated, it is pretty difficult to actually do in practice if your kidney function is normal. Headaches are more likely dehydration (hangover anyone??) and needs replenishment with a combination of fluid and electrolytes (salts). There are a multitude of products that all claim to be superior, but a recent metaanalysis (Scientific review of all the studies) suggested actually most of it is all rubbish. If you replace the fluid volume lost with salts you should be fine
Most people are chronically dehydrated, particularly if they work in air conditioned offices, and drink caffeinated drinks all day. I am a bit of a zealot about this, and walk round with a bottle full of water all the time (Nathan triton- very nice, and a flip up straw easy to drink out of)
Then like DS, i drink very little when I am out running. Drink plenty when I get home. A good cheap rehydration is skimmed milk, as has fliud, and some proteins but no fat.
How many people use Garmins? What do people feel about heart rate zone training?
Off for a quick round the block before I go home, and hopefully won't get called- on call till Monday morning
Clive, Thats is what i am looking for, thank you. Why did you not tell me last Friday? Oh I didn't ask Sorry.
What sort of thing should I drink post run? I don't do milk I'm afraid. Normally stick to lucozade.
I use a GPS and HR monitor. I don't strictly use it for heart rate zone training as I mainly run by how I feel, but I do find it useful to track over time what my heart rate is doing at various paces.
But they are great bits of kit to help with training.
hi guys... I love choc milk after a run!
All through the summer a 'crazie crepe' van is parked near my house, so when I get back from a long run... oh so tempting...choice of fillings...??
I tried those shot blocks on a training run a few weeks ago, they're really nice to eat I just don't think I could manage them in a race. They're just too chewy!
Evening! I finally got round to seeing the video - " I run so I can eat more" Honestly? I couldn't think of anything better than that! I'm too embarrassed to watch my interview again. I actually thought it was excellent. Very professionally done indeed.
Thanks for the opinions on Camelbaks/ Belts. I'm going to test the belt out to see if I like it better than the Camelbak. I had the same issue with you Clive.....with the sloshing, I feel as though I'm swaying side to side when I'm running.
Sorry if some of these responses are from pages ago!
Malcs.....I'll be running in Aberystwyth, up Constitution Hill and then on towards Clarach along the coast. It's always better early in the morning if it's drizzling or sea mist in the air.
Sills.....I'm impressed when anyone says they run before work. I'm not an early starter. As for the pilates present idea for your wife, I don't see anything wrong with that I often surprise my wife with presents that might also be for me! Like weekend trips away, that just accidentally fall on the same weekend in which I've entered a marathon there!
Minni....thanks for mentioning about Forum 6....if it's a negative result come next Thursday, my application will be swiftly entered for it.
IndyMcQueen......haha...I thought the same about the camera adding 10 pounds when I saw the video...it doesn't help that one of my wife's insults that she uses when she's angry with me is 'Buddha Belly'!
Andrew....which Santa Run are you doing?
DS2.......I find it very interesting what you said re hydration. I've never considered not drinking for those kind of distances. I've gone as far as 10km before, but never further....and no gels either? I've found these have helped me in recent years of pushing back the wall when it finally hits me. Thanks Reginald for the topic you set up.
HI Shady Im doing the Derby SAnta run but maybe a bit ropey after being at the derby v leeds game the day before with complimetary 3 course meal and unlimited free alcohol!! Will have to try and restrain myself....
Hey Clive.....I use a Garmin, but I've never used my heart monitor with it. I only use it for pacing myself.
Like you Jenf, I use my Garmin to help slow me down at the start, as I tend to try and go off and 'live the dream' before spectacularly crashing and burning later on....and chocolate milk....I even add distance to the end of a long run if I havent got chocolate milk in, so I can get some.
A.W. I've tried those as well and liked them a lot. Easily digestible. I first started with glucose tablets because I could take them easily and liked them, but the crashes I got when they ran out, were really powerful. I've learnt my lesson now.
Andrew....haha.......Unlimited alcohol, that is dangerous......I had a friend who had the same thing at the England - San Marino game and they were still drinking an hour after the game had finished, getting their money's worth.......he's not a runner though!
Yeah well kick off is at 1300 I've got to be there for 12.. Im kind of hoping that if i start early i will finish early so therefore have enough recovery time to smash the santa run! ALthoug there is the possibility that i may need dragging round by a few reindeers...
That's lots of drinking time when its unlimited alcohol!!
Good luck for your run! I know people who have run PB's with massive hangovers so not necessarily always a bad thing?!
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