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Running with a Metronome

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Sun Nov 9th, 2008, 16 comments

Your body loves rhythms: it thrives on them. Your heart beat, your breath rate, your need for rest are all based on certain rhythms that occur naturally in your body or that you've established in your life. The more rhythms you establish, the better your body likes it. When your body has a rhythm to ...

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muchas gracias amigos

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Sun Nov 9th, 2008, 1 comments

a moment to thank everyone reading this. it means a lot to me, and motivates me to get out and run. your comments make me smile, and your all are always so right and honest and enthusiastic. you make me keep writing, so thank you thank you thank you.

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i was a wah-wah today.

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Sun Nov 9th, 2008, 1 comments

Poor Ivan. I woke up whiny and it’s 7pm and it’s still coming out of me! It was a beautiful day, a bit chilly, but sunny and there is still color in this area. I didn’t decide what route I was going to run, so I was having a battle about it. I got on [...]

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blasted hills

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Sat Nov 8th, 2008, 2 comments

I had a hard time motivating yesterday… it was a lovely day, and it was actually really warm, and i didn’t run until the afternoon, so needless to say, i was hot as hell. (sorry for the bad word) really, it was such a lovely fall day, I felt like I should be riding with [...]

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like a fish…

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Thu Nov 6th, 2008, 7 comments

so instead of doing an additional run this week, I decided to splash around in some liquid chlorine. yummy. i spent 10 consecutive summers swimming for the neighborhood pool league in the ‘burbs of Denver, so I am comfortable in the water and it was good to stretch out and exercise that way. I only [...]

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relax (aka we-wax)

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Wed Nov 5th, 2008, 4 comments

I didn’t run Tuesday… how could I? With the election, my brain was too a-twitter to focus on a run. So I went this morning instead. Went down to Carrier Park and ran mostly on the pavement. There are a couple sections of raw earth where I ran, but mostly I had the concrete or [...]

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Stress Reduction Made Easy

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Tue Nov 4th, 2008, 0 comments

It goes without saying that these are pretty stressful times we're all going through. Whether it's politics, the economy, fuel costs and availability, or our innumerable personal issues, it seems that almost everyone I talk to is walking around with an unusual amount of stress. Emotional and mental worries and tension can lead to physical ...

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A Simple Strategy for Running Your Best Marathon

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Sun Nov 2nd, 2008, 3 comments

For all of you runners who will be running in marathons in the coming months, here’s an article sent to me by Dr. Mark Cucuzzella with some very helpful tips to guide you to a great performance in your next marathon. He’s a family practice doctor and faculty member of West Virginia University. He also [...]

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salt lick

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Sun Nov 2nd, 2008, 1 comments

If any of you has a horse, and you’d like to save some money this year, I would be happy to come hang out in Mr. Ed’s stall so he can lick the salt off me after I run a long time: it would save you buying a salt block and it would save me [...]

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A Chi Running Love Letter

About three weeks ago I had a very strong memory of what it felt like to run when I was 7. The freedom, the exhilaration, the laughter. What happened in the intervening 41 years? 

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