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I do. I usually aim for a certain distance in a certain time.

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Nice. Best way to do it I guess. Keeps it interesting. I prefer an uphill/downhill route than a flat all the way round. Also prefer to do laps - nothing worse than going out 5 miles and realising that you've outdone yourself and still have to turn around and do it all again.

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When I did run i prefired to do laps too.


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Nice. Best way to do it I guess. Keeps it interesting. I prefer an uphill/downhill route than a flat all the way round. Also prefer to do laps - nothing worse than going out 5 miles and realising that you've outdone yourself and still have to turn around and do it all again.
yea i agree. I love interval training and it goes well with the sport I play as well.
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i always preferred laps as well.



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I've been stretching the tabata protocol to up to 10 minutes.

Pro-tip. Don't use it for cutting/do it when below 8% bf. You'll risk an injury.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I run a regular basis. I prefer to run on base outdoors but there are treadmills in the gym that is close to my apartment. At the moment I am for 6 miles under 60 minutes and I stop at whatever comes first (the 6 mile mark or the 60 min mark). So far my best time is 6 miles in 52 minutes. I would like to drop that down to 45 minutes within the next two months, seems like a realistic goal.

I also do MMA. Mon/Wed/Fri I do Cardio Kickboxing/Muay Thai/Jiu-jitsu. I hope to continue this as long as I can. I don't want to be a fighter or anything but it's always good to have that kind of knowledge.



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I run a regular basis. I prefer to run on base outdoors but there are treadmills in the gym that is close to my apartment. At the moment I am for 6 miles under 60 minutes and I stop at whatever comes first (the 6 mile mark or the 60 min mark). So far my best time is 6 miles in 52 minutes. I would like to drop that down to 45 minutes within the next two months, seems like a realistic goal.

I also do MMA. Mon/Wed/Fri I do Cardio Kickboxing/Muay Thai/Jiu-jitsu. I hope to continue this as long as I can. I don't want to be a fighter or anything but it's always good to have that kind of knowledge.
Wow, you have quite a packed schedule there. I bet the latter training is good fun.
I got my 10KM PB down to 35:29 in 2009 but everyone insisting that I should run more miles actually put me off running full stop. If I enter a half marathon for the end of 2011 I will have no excuse but to train as I'm not one of those people who can just jog around a course and race for the sake of it. Once that whistle goes off I get quite competitive and something inside of me makes me want to give it everything.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I usually run on a regular basis when spring time hits until the first snow comes along. In the winter its a little less, I just dislike running treadmills. Its incredible boring.
Probably gonna be atleast 1 month before I can start running regulary again. Hopefully the snow is gone by then.

At best ive gotten 42 minutes in 6 miles, a course that varies a lot from asfalt to soft surface in the woods, uphill and downhill. I aim to be under 40 minutes this summer. As long as my knee´s hold up. If they are not good the first 1 mile, then I will lose all motivation to run the rest of the way.
But ive been way too injury prone as of late. Knee´s, right shoulder and left wrist have not been my friends.

I tried half a marathon 2 summers ago. Wasent a official race, more like I would only do 3 miles but then thought "What the hell" and just continued. Ended up with 14 miles ( 22,5km ). Wrong decision to do it on one of the hotter days in the summer.
I was so dizzy after that, my hip and knees hurt like hell.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Yeah treadmills suck - never been into them.

That's a good 6 mile training time btw especially in light of the conditions.

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