one minute and walk one minute for half an hour," says Galloway. The next week, increase your run/walk ratio to 2:1 and continue building it at a comfortable rate. Plan Your RouteWhile you adjust to running outside, reward yourself by taking
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triathlon coach, Watt Bike instructor and Run In England leader, and also oversees the Parachute Regiment selection process. He has sub-1:00 Ironman swims to his name and regularly competes in triathlons and challenge events.
New runners are often prone to saying "I’m not a real runner," as if there’s a litmus test for such an entity. Okay, maybe there is. Work it out for yourself. You know you’re a real runner when:1. You eat energy bars when you don’t have to.2. You
-year-round availability.You're guaranteed a place with so many events to choose from.Big races - forHundreds - or even thousands - of competitors for company.Supportive crowds will keep you motivated.Big triathlons tend to be held in the warm summer months
and have been shown to reduce running performance over 10K by as much as 2 minutes. It is also worth noting that cases of exertional heat illness, such as heatstroke, are not isolated to the summer months. The best way to assess your fluid loss
continued to pass me. First the sub-2:30 marathoners, then the sub-3:00 group, and so on. Little by little they all caught up to me, until I was running with those who hoped to finish in the sub-4:00 range. I began to feel more at home with these runners
of their own. Before I knew it, the saddlebags were packed, the motorbike was tuned, and, early last summer, I hit the road.The plan was to ride from Nashville, Tennessee, to Washington DC, to Portland, Oregon, to San Diego, California, and then back
There we were. Two middle-aged men in a Firebird on a summer night. The top was down, the V8 was rumbling. We were just driving around, minding our own business.And there he was. A 20-something young man in a four-cylinder sports saloon with loud
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