ipod or not

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Tommygun2    pirate
25/01/2010 at 22:00

because when I joined RW there was already a Tommygunn so I decided that I would just add the 2.

I think the other Tommygunn is on fetch more than on here.

As simple as that I'm afraid.

25/01/2010 at 22:11
I much prefer running with music - I just find it helps me tune into my running quicker and block out all other intrusions buzzing around my head!  That said I can run fine without music and sometimes choose to do so; it really is just a preference not a reliance thing!  Makes me laugh that people think we become ignorant  when listening to I pods - I still smile and chat to other runners if I see them and feel fully in tune with my body so guess we all different.  Go with what works best for you!
25/01/2010 at 22:18
Ipod....Yes

Easily the best mp3 player on the market

But I wouldn't fucking run with one.
26/01/2010 at 00:04

 hi tom why wouldn,t you, please let me know, i,m in the middle its not what i feel its what best for my training and why please help i know very wise kindest regards to one and all lets keep its cool no bad words ,

cougie    pirate
26/01/2010 at 00:25
Just do whatever works for YOU matey. I cant tell you what you like. If it gets you out running - then good for the ipod. Sometimes I run with mine (if i can find the bugger) and often I run without. Doesnt make much difference to me other than I can catch up with the archers whilst running.
26/01/2010 at 00:43
thank,s cougie for your input i can tell your a gentleman, may good fortune follow you.
26/01/2010 at 08:01

I have mixed feelings on this.

 I used to do a lot of running with an mp3 player....

 Personally though, as I never race with one, I'd sooner do all my training closer to 'race conditions'. The other thing is you become a lot more in tune with what your body is doing... running too hard, injuries etc. if you are running with no music. It's a good distraction from the pain of hard exercise.... haha.. but sometimes you need to be 'feeling' and 'hearing' what your body is doing and the effects of the run. 


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