November 2008 Blog Archive - Chi Running
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thanks run

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Sat Nov 29th, 2008, 2 comments

Denver is about 5,280 ft. Hence called The Mile High City. That’s about 3000 feet higher than what I am used to running. When we came in August for my friend’s wedding, we were in Vail at 8,000 feet, and honestly, I felt like that was an easier run than this run! Strange strange. I [...]

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I wanted to run!

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Tue Nov 25th, 2008, 2 comments

Really, I got up this morning, and can safely say for the first time in years, I want to go out and run. What a moment! It surprised me, I really wanted to go out and do it, and I felt confident in my abilities and had no preconditions or expectations of what I needed [...]

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long run!

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Tue Nov 25th, 2008, 0 comments

… on Sunday was amazing. My birthday was on Saturday, so of course I was just happy the whole weekend, and I had a great run on Sunday with a new friend, Brynn. She ran a 1/2 in February in Florida and is training for her 1st marathon which is in Feb 09 in Florida… [...]

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Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Thu Nov 20th, 2008, 0 comments

well, this is what happens when you have all-day meetings and a life-after-work: the blog doesn’t get updated on the day I run! I ran yesterday and today, both during the day. yesterday I ran near the office for about 45 minutes (fairly flat, false flats, some downhills) and today ran with Danny in the [...]

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it’s freezing

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Tue Nov 18th, 2008, 1 comments

so, i’m not really into torture or anything. i’m supposed to run today, and says it’s supposed to ‘feel like’ 27 degrees today at the warmest. that’s crazy and i’m not into it. I’ll try again tomorrow when it says the warmest feeling temp will be something around 37 instead. Danny ran this morning [...]

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sunday sunday

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Sun Nov 16th, 2008, 0 comments

well, i can positively say that mapping/determining my running route the night before a run is a very good idea, especially when it’s 35 degrees F in the morning and the last thing anyone would want to do is go out and run… today i did two loops out at Bent Creek. it was just [...]

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i have a lot to learn

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Fri Nov 14th, 2008, 0 comments

So, I ran yesterday with Danny. And we did hills. And he rocked it. And I didn’t But you know… He’s Danny Dreyer and I’m Liz Frost and there is a distinct difference between us… Namely: about 25 minutes into the run, we checked our heart rates. I was hovering around 180. Danny doesn’t wear [...]

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Why do you recommend Stroll-Smart attachments?

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Thu Nov 13th, 2008, 0 comments

To anyone who is met with the challenges of keeping their running program consistent while also having to push a toddler around in a baby jogger, I can wholeheartedly recommend the Stroll-Smart attachment. This is one of the most helpful running accessories to come along in years.   Arm swing plays an important role in helping ...

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all’s well that ends well

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Tue Nov 11th, 2008, 0 comments

isn’t it true? it’s so true. what a saying. that’s what my run was like today… – before I begin, i must say: I haven’t ever really thought of myself as a ritualistic person, someone who has major set patterns or habits or rituals. (those of you who know me may say otherwise, but I’m [...]

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Walking with a Metronome

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Sun Nov 9th, 2008, 5 comments

Your body loves rhythms; it thrives on them. Your heart beat, your breathing your need for rest are all based on certain rhythms that either occur naturally in your body or that you've established in your life. The more rhythm you establish in your daily routine, the better your body likes it. Rhythm is a ...

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