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Lisa 15 Nov 10
Replying to @RunAddicts
even if it feels like you can cardio-wise, don't add mileage too fast. Your knees will thank you.
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Laura 6 Jan 11
If you need to walk during a race, move to the side first! Dont come to a DEAD STOP in the middle of a group of runners
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Nick Bez Copywriter 6 Jan 11
Replying to @RunAddicts
Drives me crazy when other runners out training don't return my greetings.
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Road Race Results Jul 5
.heat alert! To avoid heat stroke on your next run try going inside on the treadmill, aquajogging, early am or late pm runs or run with a Popsicle in each !
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Kendal Clarke 22 Nov 10
Hungry? Drink a glass of water and wait 10 min, then eat if you are still hungry. Hunger can be a sign of dehydration.
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Terrieha Romer 15 Nov 10
Replying to @RunAddicts
run with your heart not your head...your body is stronger than you think
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Ashleigh Brodhead 15 Nov 10
remember to rest. and listen to your body. if your body says no, don't doubt for a second what it wants...rest.
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Aaron Johnston 6 Jan 11
Stopping abruptly during race. RT : What are things runners do or forget to do, that drives you crazy?
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Christopher Brisley 29 Nov 10
RT : How do you motivate to run outside during winter? << I have legs, use them >>
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Kendal Clarke 20 Nov 10
aren't meant to hibernate! Bundle up and get outside! wear a headband over your ears to avoid getting headaches
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Lisa Gonzales 26 Jan 11
A nice long trail run. No cars & nature=relaxing! RT What...is the best runners remedy against stress?
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Skye Allen 26 Nov 10
For sure! RT : When you're doing a race, that day is NOT the day to try out new shoes or clothing
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Kendal Clarke 19 Nov 10
Thanks Use a large calendar and schedule mileage for the week -or month- in advance. Then get priority.
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Aaron Johnston 15 Nov 10
Replying to @RunAddicts
The biggest obstacle in life is yourself, break through the wall you built and never build it again.
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Ry Ry 20 Jan 11
My Newton's have 350 and still going strong. RT After how many miles should you retire your shoes?
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Eoin O'Beara 15 Nov 10
Replying to @RunAddicts
Biggest issue for me when I started was going too fast. So my tip is at first slow down!
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Christina 15 Nov 10
Replying to @RunAddicts
Take it one step at a time! RT What tips do you have for new runners?
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AHealthyBalance 30 Aug 12
: What is your best tip for a new runner? ” don't race anyone but yourself and You're lapping everyone on the couch
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Trench49 21 Jan 11
most runners have cuboards full of old shoes as sum believe if you throw them away you also throw ur soul away too
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Faux ... NO MORE 20 Jan 11
I'd like to know too! Mine are at 500 & they feel just fine. : After how many miles should you retire your shoes?
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