We are super excited to introduce the Gear Vest Pro! Coming soon to an OrangeMud.com near you!
Some morning treadmill miles to get the day started. #getafterit
Don’t let the smile fool you- the #cadburymarathon
wasnt all about the sweet treats!
I’m really happy with how my race went (and my time of 3.50)- all of the early mornings and consistent training (no excuses) got me over the line.
3 days later and I’m still struggling to climb stairs, but I’m injury free so I can’t complain!!
Now to set our running goals for 2019- including getting Jessie to her first marathon! More to come on that later...
And thank you again to everyone who donated to the #jdrf
Both low intensity training and high intensity training are important in any endurance running training program. The metabolic adaptations that occur with high volume low intensity training and high intensity training show considerable overlap, although the molecular signals for these adaptations maybe different. Let me explain, both modalities of training increase type 1 fibers, mitochondrial biogenesis, fat oxidation capacity,etc but through different mechanisms (high intensity by a pathway involving AMPK-adenosine monophosphate kinase-, high volume training by a pathway involving CaMK - calcium calmodulin kinase-). They both end up stimulating a “master switch” called PGC-1alpha which is involved in promoting the development of aerobic adaptations. This is why the combination of both type of training are an essential part of any endurance training program. Remember though, first a polarized approach to training (75-80% low intensity, 10-15% high intensity) is still the optimal training intensity distribution. Secondly, I like to point out high volume training is an individual number...high volume for me could be up to 90 Kms per week, for others could be either less or more. I know going over this number puts me in a higher risk of overuse injuries, some can tolerate more, some can’t tolerate even this volume.
🏃 *IFK: REGISTRATION RUN FOR CANCER 2019 (RUN4CER 2019)* 🏃♀ Hello Warriors! We will organised a charity run event. You will have a chance to do a charity while joining this run. Interested? If yes, don't forget to register. The details are as below. *Date : 23 Mac 2019 (Saturday)*
*Time : 6.45 am - 12.00 pm*
*Venue : Dataran Kompleks Perdana Siswa, Universiti Malaya* *Distance : 5km* *Do support us & be one of the participants! 🏃♀🏃♂*😍😍😍 Dont miss a chance to do a charity🤓 and get your runner kit with an affordable fee.😱 .
*Fee*: *RM35 + RM5(charity)*
Enter your registration now.🤭 Click the link below to register :
For any inquiry :
Fb page : https://www.facebook.com/KurshiahRunForHealth/
Email : Integralityforkurshiah@gmail.com
Ws : 018-9504112 (Haziq)
Thank you ✨😊😊
I think the star is perfectly places in this photo right next to us, don’t you??
10.34pm, Tuesday, January 15.
Three weeks ago, I was in a food coma after enjoying the warm, calorific comforts of Christmas Day.
Tonight, I'm leaving the gym sweaty, sore and tired after the latest London Marathon training run.
Week 2/16, Run 1/5.
Sidenote: I hate HIIT.
This past weekend we the Orlando Marathon in the Walt Disney Parks. How cool is it that this marathon takes you through all 4 parks in a single path? Congratulations to those who ran! Celebrate your victory (or a loved one’s) with a special custom print! Available in the link in my bio!
My first life coaching session with #rachelhollis
!! 🙌 My main goal for 2019 is to be ACTIVE! That’s my word for the year! I plan to run a half marathon in May, and I want to be strong and healthy! I am going to get there by being active in all areas in my life. I’m organizing my home #mariekondo
style! An organized home leads to an organized life..... which leads to less stress..... which lets me have more energy to be active! My calendar is scheduled to stay organized and schedule workouts! We meal plan and eat healthy. Plus so much more! ➡️ Swipe over to see my worksheet for my month! I hope it inspires you! Double tap to show some love! ❤️ .
What is your ONE word for this year to describe who you want to be?? #rachelhollisxlifecoaching
Do you 👀 that at the end of the straightaway?
It’s the finish line, the place where the run ends, and all your left with is a time on the watch and some wheezing lungs. Drive one knee forward, and then another. You’re a screaming freight train and you can’t be stopped. Just make it 10 more meters, another 10, another 10. Feel your heartbeat inside your head. Tap out and tap your watch to get your coveted split. It’s done.
Now get back to the line young buck, it’s time for another rep 🔨
#runinrabbit #rabbitPRO #kleanathlete #nuunhydration #TOMMOT
I recently posted how important recovery during training is and that I foam roll after every run. Well, that same foam roller can also be used for core work. 👍 Having a strong core sets a solid foundation of strength for your entire body. It can improve both your speed and posture, and this is especially important for distance runners. Toward the end of a long run or race when you become fatigued, your form is often compromised. When that happens, it causes you to slow down and makes you more susceptible to injury. 🙅♀️ So if you aren’t already incorporating core work into your training, I highly recommend it to reap its many benefits. I do a core routine at least 4 times a week (it doesn’t take long, 15 minutes, and can be done whenever!) and this is one of my favorite exercises with the foam roller. I also like to use a stability ball and will post some of those exercises later.
What are your go-to core exercises? I’d love to hear if you have any different or interesting ways to incorporate equipment not necessarily meant for core training. Always looking to mix things up! Here’s to working on those cores for even stronger running. 💪 #marathontraining #marathon #marathoner #bostonmarathon #strengthtraining #coreworkout #core #corework #foamroller #tptherapy #run #running #runningcommunity
Calling all Arizona high school female runners and coaches! Our girls camp is coming up! A great opportunity to run with and talk to some of the state’s top runners! Sign Up At: http://sonorandistanceproject.com/2018
Sonoran Distance Project Girls Camp
Saturday, January 19, 2019 from 9:00am - 1:00pm⠀
St. Francis Elementary - 4175 N. Central Ave. Phoenix 85012
Camp is FREE and limited to 50 girls. ⠀⠀
The Sonoran Distance Project is an Arizona based women's marathon team focusing on qualifying women for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials. As part of our commitment to the next generation of Arizona runners we are holding our third high school girls running camp. The purpose of the camp is to offer education and encouragement while showing girls that running is something they can do forever.
All girls will receive a goodie bags, lunch and a chance to win raffle prizes selected by the team from their favorite running things.
9:00 Registration and introductions
9:15 30:00 group run on the canal
10:00 Pre-hab w/ Rene Hodges, PT of Foundation Physical Therapy ⠀⠀
10:45 Small group breakouts
12:00 AZ based elite speaker
12:30 Q & A
#crosscountry #girlsrun #runinrabbit #strongwomen #marathonrunning #azrunning #azhighschoolrunning #azcrosscountry #borntorunfree #SoleSports #girlrunner #HealthyLife #GoalSetting #YouCanDoIt #FitnessGoals #TrainHard #NoExcuses #Runners #RunLocal #RunAZ
Nike odyssey react 2, Nike epic react and Nike structure 22 releasing 2019 via follower Facebook
Does anybody else feel this way (sometimes)? 😂. 5️⃣miles easy peesy today.