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Nutrition & Supplementation / Re: DOPE recipes!
« on: Today at 01:12:14 pm »
https://cookieandkate.com/2018/caprese-pasta-salad/

just made that. delicious, extremely easy, vegetarian, and cheap. highly recommended.

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that is a lot of squats. how long did it take?

5 minute rests, took about 80 mins total.

btw just wanna point out i got my bloods back from last week (day after ending the cut) and apparently im still hypothyroid. so that sucks. it explains why i get so fat when i gain weight. also why cutting is harder for me than most ppl (but i just work harder i guess) .. shitty genes..

what about hormone replacement?

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- run 6.8 km in 36:06

- stretch

splits started at 5:04 and got progressively slower. 5:18-5:22 is a good target pace in the heat/humidity.

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that is a lot of squats. how long did it take?

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it's only 27/80 degrees, but humidity is 89%. during the run yesterday the air was so wet you could see the moisture. i wrote humidity >80% because i didn't check until later in the evening but i bet it was >90%. makes it harder to breathe and to regulate heat because sweat doesn't evaporate well.

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400m Sprinting or Shorter / Re: Sprint Videos
« on: Today at 12:33:08 am »
wow

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alright, i'll say it: maybe it's time to join adarq.org run skwad. rugby is too hazardous to your health.

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Progress Journals & Experimental Routines / Re: ADARQ's journal
« on: July 22, 2018, 11:17:34 pm »
9yo running 59s? link? wtf?

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- run 10.5 km in 1:00:00

- stretch

- BSS x 10/leg

- SLRDL x 10/leg

straight tropical today, humidity >80%. first 2.5 km with gf and then she bailed to do yoga in the a/c, lol.

ETA: bit o' bw strength stuff, forgot i'd done it.

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sick, lame.

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Progress Journals & Experimental Routines / Re: FP's log
« on: July 21, 2018, 02:47:54 am »
vid broken?

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800m+ Running and/or Conditioning / Re: Various Running Articles
« on: July 21, 2018, 02:47:17 am »
made me lol:

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"When I look at the starting line of a marathon, the human beings I see don’t look like they have maximized their potential,” De Sena told me

right. guys running sub5 for 26.2 miles haven't maximized their potential. lmfao.

https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2018/07/why-are-obstacle-course-races-so-popular/565130/

I want to do an OCR next year, but just to try and beat everyone. While I respect people who train hard for OCR's, they don't personally appeal to me, lots of useless stuff. The badmouthing of marathons is funny.. I don't know alot about OCR, but I don't know of any that approach 3 hours in duration etc.

Triathlons/ironman triathlon/marathons etc are fucking nuts & extremely difficult, that's a damn fact. heh.

i bet a dollar that guy was/is into crossfit.

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- run 5.73 km in 30:15

- stretch

eh. at least i ran 5/7 days this week and accumulated 35+ km and 03:13 total time. it's a start, or something.

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last night

- run 7.54 km in 39:33
little mini-progression for the last 0.3 km from ~5:15 to ~4:50.

- stretch

left heel bugging a little during the day and again this morning but didn't feel it during the run.

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Off Topic / Re: the lol thread
« on: July 18, 2018, 08:39:17 am »
this is the funniest thing i've seen in a while: https://twitter.com/twolinepass/status/934280171800223744

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