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« Reply #7935 on: March 17, 2018, 06:15:04 pm »
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the painting i bought, lol! it's like 4 ft long, 2 ft wide.. so kinda big. HaHAhaAHAhah. I like it. no idea where to put it yet. lool.





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« Reply #7936 on: March 18, 2018, 06:48:49 am »
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just got here.. guess who is racing? guu who beat me at the 10k.

redemption time hopefully. leggo.

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« Reply #7937 on: March 18, 2018, 12:26:46 pm »
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redemption fail. had a huge lead on him after 1, 1.5, he closed it a bit by 2, then at 2.5 or so he got me. lmfao.

2 OA.

after hes like damn you must have a fast mile. lol.

the end was nuts, total confusion, we all got wrecked, but it worked out in 1oa's favor.. go figure. hah

2 mile pr and should be a 5k unofficial/official pr if it werent for the clusterfu*k.

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« Reply #7938 on: March 18, 2018, 01:24:50 pm »
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seems like a surprisingly high number of races include some kind of logistical clusterfuck. i don't get it, as a race organizer you have one job: make a course that people can run along for a period of time. how hard can that be? especially if it's not the first time you've organized a particular event.
Muscles are nonsensical they have nothing to do with this bullshit.

- Avishek

sunday: run 14+ km
monday: lift
tuesday: run 10-12 km
wednesday: run 10-12 km
thursday: run 10-12 km
friday: rest
saturday: run tempo/VO2 max/speed x 6-8 km

https://www.savannahstate.edu/cost/nrotc/documents/Inform2010-thearmstrongworkout_Enclosure15_5-2-10.pdf

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« Reply #7939 on: March 18, 2018, 02:54:47 pm »
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seems like a surprisingly high number of races include some kind of logistical clusterfuck. i don't get it, as a race organizer you have one job: make a course that people can run along for a period of time. how hard can that be? especially if it's not the first time you've organized a particular event.

yea man .. :/ it also doesn't help that I have some shitty eyesight. In one race I couldn't see the turnaround markers, and no one was there to say HEY TURN AROUND HERE (in a 5k/5 mile combo). The 5k 2 weeks ago was just "measured wrong". The 10k last week was pretty solid. The half marathon I ran was short for pretty much everyone. People who got a huge PR official, didn't even get a half marathon time on strava because it was like 13.08 not 13.1. Measuring a course that long is one thing, runners potentially hitting turns incorrectly or tangenting "too officially" could explain it, but I doubt it. That instance just seemed short.

this race was very well organized (people everywhere directing) until the very end. Once we got to the "final turn", we hit a huge patch of field with absolutely no direction & no sign of the finish (it was behind a small forest), cones going one way, trash canes lined up going another, and a secret set of cones making a HARD RIGHT to the finish area (which none of us took). I went around following the wrong cones, third place followed me. I didn't know where 1st went but he kind of went in the right direction and then he's hopping a fence and sprinting to the finish.

absolutely nuts.

so ya, funny but frustrating. I mean whatever, official 5k PR would have been nice.. but it's not like I won't crush this effort on a road or something, so it doesn't really bug me.

my last "0.15" was at 6:15 min/mi pace or something.. at one point i stopped completely looking where to go. eh. wrecked.

what does bug me though.. is how 1st OA got 17:17 and I got 18:05......... and I was like 10-12s behind him. I can admittedly say that is bothering me. Because on paper it looks like I got dusted. That's fucking annoying. :raging: :raging: :raging: :raging: legit annoyed by that. I "shouldn't have left it up to the judges" tho ... should have gotten the KO. fuck.

most races are pretty solid.

anyway, lame!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

maybe the lesson here is: find more track meets & enter some! :ninja: :ibrunning:

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« Reply #7940 on: March 18, 2018, 03:01:51 pm »
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this was basically an "XC 5k" .. it's fucking sub18 for sure. 18:05 official can fuck off.

solid 5k for an XC run ... had several small hills and such, thick patches of grass, small sections of road, lots of patchy grass etc.

happy about run.

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« Reply #7941 on: March 18, 2018, 03:22:43 pm »
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btw....... this park I raced at, never heard of it before. It seems pretty popular in the Football scene. Tons of pros show up there to hold camps, support the youth/h.s. games etc, workout, etc. Lots of crazy clips on IG.

Ives Estates Park

instagram.com/explore/locations/647785650/ives-estates-park/

just a few NFL'rs to show up:

Gronk, Vick, Sio Moore, Le'Veon Bell











Ocho Cinco out there filming:





Also, this dude has some nutty videos: a footwork/speed guy

instagram.com/goldfeetglobal/

some jets WR



him with pros @ Carter Park (my fav track/park)



I can't find the video I saw earlier of the trainer himself, but man he's explosive/crazy coordinated...



Look at this fu*kn dude, he's kind of nuts:





People doing boxing training out there:





Welcome to Miami......................... athletics.





anyway .. solid park for some LONG grass runs.. i could def see myself going out there on a weekend and getting in some 20 milers on grass, lots of stuff to keep me pre-occupied.



they posted a clip of the start .. got a few seconds of run footage in:








^^ kinda cool right.. go do a race, find out about all kinds of cool stuff. ehehe.

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« Reply #7942 on: March 18, 2018, 03:55:39 pm »
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 :wowthatwasnutswtf:

what Luiz Souza said on FB:

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E hoje foi dia de disputar a 4o prova do Desafio LS8. Devido a minha preparação aí em GV, sabia que teria um bom desempenho por aqui, pois o resultado vem dos treinos, mas jamais imaginei que ganharia 4 provas consecutivas. Sorte, combinação, coincidência, .....? Eu não sei, só sei que ainda não conseguiram correr abaixo de 3:20 /km e eu estou conseguindo. Se vou continuar vencendo, também não sei, porque mais importante que chegar em primeiro geral, é usufruir dos benefícios proporcionado por este esporte com alegria como sempre fiz. E também mostrar ao mundo que para a prática esportiva a idade não tem influência.

Hoje, foi mais sofrido, o nível estava alto, cross na grama com elevação e curvas fortes. Mas mesmo assim deu para fazer um bom tempo. 16;50 nos 5km. Com direito a chegar dentro de um estádio de futebol americano lotado.
Mais os agradecimentos a todos pelo apoio.
#Deusébomotempotodo.

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And today was the day to compete at 4 the challenge of the challenge challenge due to my preparation there in gv, I knew I would have a good performance around here, because the result comes from training, but I never imagined that I would win 4 consecutive Luck, combination, coincidence,.....? I don't know, I just know they still haven't managed to run below 3:20 / km and I'm getting it. If I'm going to keep winning, I also don't know, because more important than coming in the first general, is to enjoy the benefits provided by this sport with joy as I Also show the world that for sports practice age has no influence.

Today, it was more suffered, the level was high, cross on the grass with high elevation and curves. But it still gave us a good time. With right to arrive inside a crowded football stadium.
Thank you all for your support.
#Deusébomotempotodo.


I made him WORK ... HARD. When he past me, he was breathing so hard. Just so much experience and he wanted it more. But I pushed him to the limit today. Almost got him. Was hoping he'd just crack come 2 miles but i guess since he was slowly gaining on me after say, 1.5, it gave him some confidence. Can't crack a dude like that too easy... instead, I cracked.

LMFAO.

but ya, nice to know I really gave him a scare.. I was hoping that 2 miler would crush his spirit. Too much of a pro...

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« Reply #7943 on: March 18, 2018, 04:17:40 pm »
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nice photo with the top 3 OA'z.



dude on the left has alot of potential.. i've seen him at 2 other races, in which he ran like 19:45, 19:30, and now low 18's (ON GRASS/tough course).. he says he doesn't run much (specifically), but he plays futbol 4x/wk. But he's going to take running more seriously now .. very solid potential IMHO. has a great attitude for racing too, just goes out there and gets after it. And afterwards, always very positive.

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« Reply #7944 on: March 18, 2018, 07:14:39 pm »
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how annoying is this tho ??? come on..

3 mi @ 17:08, huge PR.



17:08 for 3 mi, but 18:05 for 5k .. took me nearly a minute to go 0.1 mi (160m)? 18:05 my ass.

lmfao.

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« Reply #7945 on: March 18, 2018, 08:51:19 pm »
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5k race day yaaaaaaA!@!#!@$!



03/18/2018

bw = 144
bw before bed last night = ?
soreness = none!
aches/injuries = none!
cramping = none
morning quad flexibility = loose
morning hamstring flexibility = loose
morning calf flexibility = loose
feel = good
hours sleep: 7

wakeup = 05:00 AM

log:
05:15 AM: GU, oatmeal + tons of pink salt + tons of honey, lots of electrolyte water
06:45 AM: workout: w/u + race + extra miles
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Schiffy 5k: 2 OA (lead for 2.5mi). 3mi @ 17:08 (BIG PR!). 2mi PR 11:14 @ {5.32, 5.42}! insane finish, we (top3) got lost at the end (confusing, no direction): 1st hopped a fence (17:17), i went around (18:05), 3rd followed me. nuts. lmfao but frustrating
08:00 AM: food: rxbar, water
08:10 AM: more workout ^
10:00 AM: food: at race: some vegan burger stuff, some mini empanadas, water
- really good!
11:00 AM: food: grand luxe w/ aunt: chicken & waffles with tons of syrup, french toast with tons of syrup, some sourdough with butter, lots of water
01:30 PM: food: rxbar, water
03:00 PM: food: black tea
06:30 PM: food: 3 slices of sourdough multi grain, bunch of cashews, banana, water
08:30 PM: water



workout: (14 miles total): w/u,
Schiffy 5k: 2 OA (lead for 2.5mi). 3mi @ 17:08 (BIG PR!). 2mi PR 11:14 @ {5.32, 5.42}!  :personal-record: insane finish, we (top3) got lost at the end (confusing, no direction): 1st hopped a fence (17:17), i went around (18:05), 3rd followed me. nuts. lmfao but frustrating, c/d

- https://www.strava.com/activities/1459265415
- http://www.splitsecondtiming.com/results/2018/ives2018.php (edit: adding results)
- PR's: :personal-record:
- declaring a 17:39 5k PR :personal-record: and don't give a fu*k.. 17:08 for 3 mi & a 6:1X 0.15 (confused/lost) finish still came out to 17:48 watch time.. so 17:39 is my time. kiss my ass wrecked course.
- 3 mi @ 17:08 (-3s?)
- 2 mi @ 11:14 (-6s)
- 5k @ 17:39 (-4s)
- cooper's test: 2.13 mi in 12 minutes!
- official 5k: 18:05
- can't even find the results .. odd. they are empty on the main site: http://www.splitsecondtiming.com/results/2018/ives2018.php

guy who hopped the fence was on the right path. i went way off course and yelled to the people yo where do i go. insane.

same guy who beat me for 10k last week, got me today. i had a big lead on him, but he closed it by about 2.5 and got me. wrecked







^^^ that small dip ~3/4th of the way into the first mile was me going up a very steep but small hill, got me to like 7:XX pace and it was only like 15 feet, but really steep .. ruined my first split which i wanted to be sub 5:30 lol. fuqn "hill".









17:08 for 3 mi (closing in on 3 @ sub17!!), but 18:05 for 5k (0.1 mi in nearly a minute? syke).

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« Reply #7946 on: March 19, 2018, 02:03:59 am »
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um, maybe you should get glasses. or contacts. or...

Muscles are nonsensical they have nothing to do with this bullshit.

- Avishek

sunday: run 14+ km
monday: lift
tuesday: run 10-12 km
wednesday: run 10-12 km
thursday: run 10-12 km
friday: rest
saturday: run tempo/VO2 max/speed x 6-8 km

https://www.savannahstate.edu/cost/nrotc/documents/Inform2010-thearmstrongworkout_Enclosure15_5-2-10.pdf

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« Reply #7947 on: March 19, 2018, 05:36:52 am »
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um, maybe you should get glasses. or contacts. or...



nah i'm good. lol.

i wore my glasses once, during the vista view ultra 360 relay .. was ok. if I need to wear them, I know I can. but i'd rather be able to breathe that fraction of a percent better. If it was dark out, i'd have worn them.

I hate contacts. wore them for years, loathe them. ;d

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« Reply #7948 on: March 19, 2018, 04:46:11 pm »
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luiz posted some photos, not sure where he got them.

start




him and I hurtin
















hope it's from the race photos.. if so, need to find them!

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« Reply #7949 on: March 19, 2018, 06:27:02 pm »
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easy run/bw day.



03/19/2018

bw = 144
bw before bed last night = ?
soreness = none!
aches/injuries = right knee barely, right big toe (fuck jump rope - or too much of it too soon :ninja:)
cramping = none
morning quad flexibility = loose
morning hamstring flexibility = loose
morning calf flexibility = loose
feel = good
hours sleep: 7

wakeup = 04:40 AM

log:
05:00 AM: food: oatmeal + honey + pink salt, water
06:00 AM: workout: (~9 mi)
early morning stroll {very light, legs slightly dead, right knee a little achy): w/u, 1.5 hours @ 9:XX, c/d
08:00 AM: food: rxbar, water
08:15 AM: workout: bw
09:00 AM: food: 4 x eggs scrambled, blueberries, 4 belgian waffles w/ honey, water
11:00 AM: food: black tea
02:00 PM: food: work life: coffee + 4 creams + 4 sugars, water
05:00 PM: lots of water
07:00 PM: food: rxbar, a new kind of beet juice (was really good), water
08:30 PM: food: french bread + roasted red pepper hummus, prunes, 2 x water






workout:
early morning stroll {very light, legs slightly dead, right knee a little achy): w/u, 1.5 hours @ 9:XX, c/d

- https://www.strava.com/activities/1460735465






workout: bw
- very strong after that 1.5 hour light run!

S1: 3sec paused dead hang ng pullups: BW x 10
S1: full dips: BW x 13
S1: standing single leg abductions (full ROM): x 35
S1: calf raises (shoulder width): BW x 60 (so much glute/calf pump)

S2: 3sec paused dead hang chinups: BW x 10
S2: full dips - split stance: BW x 14
S2: standing single leg abductions (partial ROM): x 35
S2: calf raises (wide): BW x 60 (so much glute/calf pump)

S3: 3sec paused dead hang wide grip pullups: BW x 9
S3: full dips: BW x 14
S3: standing single leg abductions (full ROM): x 35
S3: calf raises (close): BW x 60 (so much glute/calf pump)