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... The calorie counters on the treadmills are very general. Don't put to much stock in them. A lot of things determines the number of calories you burn durning exercise. You say you have hit a wall in your training. ... (4 replies)
... so personally i prefer gradual time increases to build stamina. for me, an extra five minutes ain't gonna do anything to my state of mind, but tell me to run faster for two minutes and it feels like the longest two minutes of my life! ... (4 replies)
... You'll want to really accelerate the first 50 meters, the next 50 you are at an honest all out sprint, and the last 50 meters you can sort of decelerate. ... (5 replies)

New to Jogging
Nov 6, 2005
... or take a rest day or two between workout days. And remember to be patient... building endurance can take a long time. You might hurt yourself if you try to rush it. ... (5 replies)
New to Jogging
Nov 2, 2005
... because thats as much as i can stand before I'm too out of breath to go another step, I've been doing this for two weeks now. ... (5 replies)
... When I was at the starting line of my first 5K, I asked a guy who looked like he knew what he was doing if he had any tips on how I could improve my time. He pointed to a cop and suggested that I go over and punch him in the face... and that I would be surprised how fast I could run while dodging bullets. ... (3 replies)
... Jumping rope will help improve your aerobic performance and you can also do interval training to give you the aerobic capacity to move faster. My brother has been running for many years and he generally does interval training twice a week. ... (2 replies)
... Something strange happened to me a few years ago. ... (0 replies)
How many miles?
Jun 15, 2004
... Running is a great activity to stay in shape or lose weight...which do you want to do? ... (7 replies)
... d without giving it adequate rest and recuperation time, one of the first things that fails is your immune system. This means that your body has reduced capacity to overcome illness or injury. ... (8 replies)
... Your "anaerobic threshhold" is the HR at which you begin to build up lactic acid in your muscles, initiated by oxygen not being delivered fast enough to the muscles. ... (13 replies)

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