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... lbs. but it need some input. I plan on joining a gym within the month, but for the time being I'm limited on resources. When I get on my bike I can ride for a good 20 miles, and when I walk I've been doing about 4.2 miles in 1 hour 20 min. I tried jogging the other day.... ... (2 replies)
Jogging/Running
Apr 29, 2008
... times a week and have been getting good results with that. My legs have really started looking good and my thighs are muscular, yet thin! I work out for about 45 minutes total because I also enjoy lifting weights and doing other exercises. ... (8 replies)
Running Problem
Jan 22, 2003
... Endurance you need long distance running then. ... (4 replies)

... Basically walking is good, lots of it with nothing but your own body wieght, no weights or rucksack forcing your body to add strength and potential mass. jogging good, low intensity, long duration same deal as the walking. ... (7 replies)
... Things to remember when running or jogging for distance. ... (2 replies)
... n the last mile so I would not be able to maintain that pace. There is a difference between "running" and "jogging" so you need to decide which you want to do. Jogging is a slower pace. ... (6 replies)
... The C25K program is excellent, because it's about time, not distance or speed. Slow down! It is almost always the culprit, like others have said. ... (10 replies)
Shin Splints
Jul 24, 2009
... time for a week...then SLOWLY increase the distance or time. I wouldn't even begin to worry about your speed at this point...just concentrate on building a good running base to complete the distance of your race. Speed training should come many months AFTER you have been running on a consistent basis. ... (4 replies)
Hiit
Nov 28, 2005
... ly like to improve my speed and quickness. Running has always been a favorite exercise of mine, but due to an IT band injury and my current goals, I don't think distance running is an option any more. ... (3 replies)
... run the 5k, as if we were at a meet, trying to bump down our time from the previous week. Some days, our coach would pick some really "hilly" terrain, to get us good at tougher courses. And we also had distance days, usually a 5 mile run at a steady jogging pace. ... (4 replies)
Why??
Feb 28, 2005
... And you would be covering a distance of about 4 miles in that time. ... (5 replies)
... running is deffinitely better. the best combo is to jog for a few minutes and then sprint for about 30 seconds and then jog. repeat the proccess over and over. jogging is good becuz it builds up ur stamina and sprinting is good becuz it burns a lot of calories. ... (10 replies)
... This gives you a good range that you can benefit from the cardio and keep a pace that will allow you to burn off calories at a nice pace. ... (7 replies)
Muscles to Bulky
Mar 2, 2004
... long distance jogging has been shown to reduce overall muscle mass, without a corresponding increase in fat. ... (3 replies)
... Well the past week or 2 me and my brother have started jogging every other day, because we wanted to get into shape. I haven't really lost any weight yet, but thats probably just because of the way i'm eating, but anyways. ... (9 replies)
... The one thing that may be misleading above is that distance is not an issue in itself. The key factor is the calories burned by your rate of burn over time. ... (3 replies)
... hree days during the week on long distance, low intensity jogs as I explained in my previous post. This is the main component of your run, as you are running for distance right now, not speed or time. ... (5 replies)
... s forces your body to adapt by being able to pushout the amount of acid you built up, in that set amount of time. Now you can increase the amount by running more distance and then keeping that set recovery duration, or force your body to be able to push out that amount at a shorter duraction by changing the recovery period. ... (5 replies)
... en I was done lol They weren't serious, just letting me know they're still screwed up from the long run. So I did another 30 min jog the day after. I was feeling good that day and before the run and during the run, so I pushed it up to 40 min instead. Got back, both my ankles were hurting again really bad. ... (1 replies)
... induced myocardial infarction. Many of these people who have heart attacks while jogging have them without apparent serious strain. So the effect of submaximal exertion does, in fact, cause physiological cardiac changes. ... (11 replies)


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