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Re: Runners to learn from
« Reply #15 on: October 12, 2016, 02:17:25 pm »
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dude is a BEAST

Nicolo Filippazzo

https://www.youtube.com/user/thegreatoutdoors1000

https://www.strava.com/athletes/9521000



Last 4 Weeks      
Avg Distance / Week   124.5 mi   48.6 mi
Avg Time / Week   14h 53m   8h 37m
Avg Runs / Week   13   22
All-Time PRs      
1500 meters   4:05   —
1 mile   4:22   —
3000 meters   8:17   —
2 miles   8:50   —
5k   13:59   —
10k   29:09   —
Half-Marathon   1:05:54   —
Marathon   2:23:30   —
50 miles   6:30:00   —
Estimated Best Efforts
1k   2:49   3:13
1 mile   4:22   5:26
5k   14:39   19:11
10k   29:35   42:47
Half-Marathon   1:05:31   1:36:13
Marathon   2:22:57   
2016      
Distance   4,558.4 mi   1,267.8 mi
Time   563h 32m   206h 47m
Elev Gain   77,625 ft   33 ft
Runs   539   464


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Re: Runners to learn from
« Reply #17 on: October 27, 2016, 10:02:51 am »
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brenda martinez instagram tidbits



bmartrun I take my recovery days seriously. I allow my body to rest for the next workout, so that I can adapt to faster paces. I sleep between 8-10 hours a night and nap between 2-3 hours a day. Rolling deep during nap time.



bmartrun @just_in_time12 NB has lots of different styles. You just need to try them out for yourself. I wear @newbalance 870 V3 for training & 800 V3 spikes for racing & RC 1600 for workouts



bmartrun 4x mile (3:00 rest) Splits: 4:58,4:58,4:54,4:55 Wore @nbrunning RC1600 #teamnb #vigilante



bmartrun Team warm up. Great day for a speed session. (8x400 meters down hill sprints)



bmartrun Workout at San Gabriel bike trail. (3x1 mile & 3x1k) Wearing the @newbalance RC 1600. What's your workout today?
- bmartrun Done with the workout. Splits were: (mile) 5:02,4:59,4:59 (1k) 3:01,2:58,2:56



bmartrun Sunday Speed Session at Mills Ave. Downhill (3x500,300,200)
- bmartrun @kristina_brown 500m (4min), 300 (3min) 200 (3:00) jog back up hill after every interval and start over 500,300,200.
- bmartrun @adriana_6482 I love racing in the RC5000. I broke them in right away. Maybe do some strides before you race in them. I race all my road miles in them.



bmartrun I love running in Big Bear Lake. Time to get my @newbalance winter gear out. Increase speed & power by doing all out up hill sprints once a week on a recovery day. #800m #1500m "photos by dizinno"



bmartrun First workout of the week. 4x1 mile repeats 3:00 min Rest 4:49,4:48,4:50,4:50 #1609m #1500m #800m #teamNB @newbalance I warmed up in the #880v3 & did my workout in the #RC1600



bmartrun 15:25 New PR #carlsbad5000 #teamNB @newbalance Wore the RC 5000



bmartrun @giulia_giorgi for speed workouts I wear the @newbalance 800v3 spikes. The first shoe in the pic. For long runs I wear 1600 racing flats and for strength intervals like mile repeats the LD 5000 spikes.



bmartrun Longest Run Ever 14 miles 6:18 avg #teamNB #freshfoam #NYCZante #Anaheim



bmartrun Recovery day with "All OUT" uphill sprints. Never neglect the speed. There needs to be a purpose to every training day. @newbalance #NYCZante #newbalanceXCsocks
- bmartrun @grassrootsathletics I did 6x100 meters. 11 miles total for the day.



bmartrun 4 mile Anaerobic Tempo 20:19 This is my fastest tempo in January. The start of my Pre Competition Phase. I've noticed ever since I started running my long runs at altitude in Big Bear Lake my lactate tolerance has increased therefore I'm able to adapt to faster paces at sea level. #levelhigh #trainlow #newbalance #teamNB #workoutwednesday #nightworkout



bmartrun Picture from 2014 Carlsbad 5000 @diegoestrada831 ran 13:31 & I ran 15:24. Can you guess who that is taking a picture of us? Coach Vigil said "In today's post-collegiate system, athletes are too coach-centered, or coaches will not let the athletes develop individuality and independence. I think this is wrong".
He has taught Diego and I to think for ourselves and always be prepared even when a coach isn't present. Diego is a perfect example that a coach doesn't need to be there to have success. He won the 2015 USA Half Marathon Championships in 1:00:51 yesterday. Go ahead and give him a follow @diegoestrada831
#vigilantes



bmartrun STRENGTH=SPEED Teammates putting in the work last night at APU Track. Thank you for having the lights on. Finished their workout at 10pm. I was already sleeping and exhausted from my long run at altitude earlier in Big Bear Lake. They had an 800 specific workout last night. It started with an all out 400 meters, as fast as they could go! @borisgump800 (46.2), @dannieguerrero (50), @dalannez (55.3) Then they took full recovery & the fun began. Learning to run with heavy legs! They race at the Sun Angel Classic this week & next week @themtsacrelays #lactatetolerance #bigbeartc #livehigh #trainlow #nightwork #theyareready



bmartrun Lactate Tolerance workout went very well for everyone! 400's at Cal Poly Pomona Track. I thought I was running slow but it was just Boris running a 46. Took us 20 minutes to start the cool down. Ready for #PreClassic Welcome to the group Santi! #BigBearTC #exhausted #hungry



bmartrun 😴🐱 Great nap before my night workout. On tap today: Mile repeats with a tag of course. #boots #rescue



bmartrun Trained in the heat today. Preparing for Beijing! Having a boy to chase helps! Thank you @santi.g9 5x1k 2:56, 2:56, 2:52, 2:51, 2:48 TAG 2x200 25.89, 26.75 #alwaysinbeta #teamNB #bigbeartc



bmartrun 330 days ago I started training for my 2015 outdoor season, October 2014. My journey took me 2,865 miles recorded. 130 hard workouts, 12 pairs of 880V3 New Balance trainers, 4 pairs of 1600 racing flats, 4 pairs of Zante Fresh Foam, 2 pairs of 5000 custom spikes & 3 pairs of 800v3 spikes. I'm exactly where I wanted to be heading into the 2015 World Championships 800 meter semifinal. Injury free & ready to peak! Watch my semifinal race tomorrow at 8:05 eastern time. #Beijing2015 #iaafworldchampionships #800m #birdsnest #TeamNB #alwaysinBeta #teamUSA #vigilante PC: @rossdettman



bmartrun My long runs are the toughest, but the most beneficial. The faster the aerobic thresholds, the faster my anaerobic tempos. Building my lactate tolerance. Dropped a 5:37 in one of my miles. Went by 17:04 @ 3 miles and knew it was going to be a good day. Always count on @borisgump800 pushing the pace. #teamNB #moneyinthebank @bigbeartc The last 2 track season's I haven't been myself during practice or racing. Thanks to @melvintann27 I'm starting to feel like I did in 2013 #BronzemedalYear Thank you Melvin!



bmartrun Today's workout was 5 x 1 mile, I love doing my workouts at the Santa Fe Dam on the roads. I tell myself if I can conquer workouts on the roads the track will be no problem. Here are my splits from today: 4:59, 4:57, 4:57, 4:55, 4:54. Mile repeats are my favorite workout because they are so challenging! As an 800 runner, I crave the strength. Post Workout Core, plyometrics, medicine ball exercises at Pomona Pitzer College.
In Coach Vigil's training philosophy;
strengthen = speed



bmartrun Winners are winners because they do what losers don't want to do. I follow Coach Vigil's plan every day, week, month because I have an unshatterable believe in him. Coach Vigil's workouts at first glance are intimidating but he always tells me to believe that adaption will occur. There hasn't been a workout I haven't been able to conquer after a few attempts. The plan is to always give it your best, even when you don't feel your best! #vigilante #portland2016 #TeamNB #alwaysinbeta PC: @michaelmerchan



bmartrun All I ever wanted really, and continue to want out of life, is to give 100 percent to whatever I'm doing and to be committed to whatever I'm doing and then let the results speak for themselves. Also to never take myself or people for granted and always be thankful and grateful to the people who helped me.
-Jackie Joyner-Kersee

Just had one of my hardest training weeks to date. It has been years in the making, but my body is now strong enough to handle it and this is the way that it will grow stronger still. I'm thankful to Coach Vigil for building me up and showing me how to get better every day. >>>>>>>Workouts for the week:<<<Mon: 10 X 400 @ 64 avg

Wed: 4 X Mile 4:57, 4:53, 4:46, 4:41

Fri: 3 mile tempo 14:59 Tag 300m 39.91



bmartrun Listen to your body. Recovery is key to improving performance and staying injury free. Thank you @melvintann27 I can't wait to return to Boston this week, I will be racing the 1500m at #NBGP on Sunday Feb 14. #teamNB #alwaysinbeta #vigilante #bostonstrong



bmartrun One of my harder workouts today 4x1600m 4:48 average with a 400m Tag in 56 #alwaysinbeta #TeamNB #whywesweat @bigbeartc #notbarefoot #FreeBoris



bmartrun Taking the easy route or even expecting it to be easier, is indicative of more problems to come your way. Learn to love the grind



bmartrun 3rd workout post Olympic Trials. I'm finally starting to feel normal again.
2 mile 9:56
Tag
200m 25.70
200m 26.18
*Weather 78 degrees, 75% humidity
Sometimes the best thing you can do is not think, not wonder, not imagine, not obsess. Just breathe and have faith that everything will workout for the best!



bmartrun Training for 2017 season has begun. 🏃🏽‍♀️💨2nd workout in the books. 2 mile tempo 5:09/5:04=10:13 You would think introductory workouts would be no sweat but Coach Vigil thinks otherwise! No secrets in Coach Vigil's training philosophy, just old fashion hard work!



bmartrun 🏃🏽‍♀️💨💨 2 mile 9:59 #ThursdayThoughts Positive thinking brings positive results, negative thinking brings negative results. The choice is yours! Woke up excited for my workout! 2 mile anaerobic tempo 5:01/4:58 = 9:59. I ran 14 secs faster than last week. I'm pumped about my next tempo. I'm moving up to 3 miles.



bmartrun "Success is striving for perfection, hard work, learning from failure, loyalty and persistence."-Colin Powell
Base training is my favorite phase because I get to train on the roads. Happy with my first aerobic threshold of the season. Avg 5:49 pace. #LongRun #teamNB #livehigh #trainlow



bmartrun We only live once so use it to the fullest. Live, love, give, make a difference and create new memories. #TeamNB
Had my first 3 mile anaerobic tempo of the 2017 training season. Here are my splits: 5:11,5:09,5:08=15:28 I'm happy with my time but not satisfied. I know I can do better!



bmartrun 8 mile aerobic tempo/Long Run (5:42 avg) My last 3 miles were in 16:39. I'm very excited for the 2017 season! 😀
"I believe in Hard work" & it has changed my life! Thank you Dr.Joe Vigil. #vigilante I don't believe in taking shortcuts! #runclean @nyrr

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Re: Runners to learn from
« Reply #18 on: October 31, 2016, 09:02:07 pm »
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3. Writing About Running: Between yourself, Paul Katam and Joey Thompson, UNCG has had a lot of success in distance running this year. Where are some good areas to run in Greensboro and what kind of training have you been doing?

Paul Chelimo: We do most of our runs at Hamilton Lakes Park, Salem Lake, Bur Mill Park and at NC A&T's Track. The kind of training that we do is tempo runs and speed work on the track twice a week, once a week long runs, then easy runs each day after a workout.



nice paul chelimo quote .. now only if i can figure out how to apply it. i've been focusing on relaxing alot during my faster paces so, maybe that's a start.





4:20 mile repeats with 60s rest


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Re: Runners to learn from
« Reply #19 on: November 01, 2016, 10:02:15 am »
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Did they build the track around the little forest or did they grow the large trees in the middle area of the track. I guess it makes running in the woods more fun this way even if it is short.  :P
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Re: Runners to learn from
« Reply #20 on: November 01, 2016, 11:29:25 am »
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Did they build the track around the little forest or did they grow the large trees in the middle area of the track. I guess it makes running in the woods more fun this way even if it is short.  :P

http://info.runjanji.com/blog/15-most-unique-running-tracks-in-the-world

From a fast glimpse this one should be #15 , @ Nike HQ.
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Re: Runners to learn from
« Reply #21 on: November 01, 2016, 12:32:01 pm »
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Did they build the track around the little forest or did they grow the large trees in the middle area of the track. I guess it makes running in the woods more fun this way even if it is short.  :P

http://info.runjanji.com/blog/15-most-unique-running-tracks-in-the-world

From a fast glimpse this one should be #15 , @ Nike HQ.

awesome link !! hah.

and ya that's the nike oregon project's track.. it's pretty famous now, because of mo farah/galen rupp mostly.

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Re: Runners to learn from
« Reply #22 on: November 04, 2016, 11:06:21 am »
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molly huddle has lots of nice tidbits on her ig.

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« Reply #23 on: November 04, 2016, 01:36:11 pm »
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this coach hudson dude posts lots of nice videos..

www.instagram.com/coach___hudson/

and alot of this dude, who is crazy fast:

Parker Stinson

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Parker is a 9 time All-American and notched two 3rd place finishes in the 5K at the NCAA championships. With impressive collegiate personal bests of 7:51 in the 3K, 13:28 in the 5K, and 27:54 in the 10K

www.instagram.com/whisk3rzz/

http://www.hudsoneliteco.com/recent-news-1/2016/7/20/parker-stinson-is-coming-to-town

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/548df92ae4b0b57ba1886a66/t/578fe1c015d5dbcc83230965/1469047268537/?format=2500w


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« Reply #24 on: November 21, 2016, 08:25:44 am »
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Jim Walmsley

50.8 mi (trail ultra marathon) in 5h:21m:34s @ 6:20 min/mi pace.

https://www.strava.com/activities/779994487/overview

:ibrunning:

that's crazy.

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« Reply #25 on: November 21, 2016, 08:59:06 am »
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damn I have some good links today..

Julian Fluegel

2:19 marathon at the Rio Olympics, 71st place

https://www.strava.com/activities/684140189



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Re: Runners to learn from
« Reply #28 on: December 10, 2016, 12:52:40 pm »
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two guys in the same 1-mile race.. similar times

~216+ SPM:

https://www.strava.com/activities/798311521


~205 SPM:

https://www.strava.com/activities/798311521

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Re: Runners to learn from
« Reply #29 on: December 27, 2016, 01:16:41 am »
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