Finalmente complete el rompecabezas! . .No solo las cámaras han mejorado, sino mi tiempo, pace y fuerza. 2019 1’45”. . . Sin duda #coban es una medio maratón digna de ser llamada internacional . . Hasta alguna nueva vez! #halfmarathon#21k#guatemala#running
“Now if you are going to win any battle you have to do one thing. You have to make the mind run the body. Never let the body tell the mind what to do. The body will always give up. It is always tired in the morning, noon and night. But the body is never tired if the mind is not tired.” -George S Patton
Somedays I worry about my long runs. I've realized physically I'm okay, but mentally is where they get me. If I feel I'm hungry, tired, or anything is off for a second, my mind will tell me to stop. Today was not one of those days. I do need to work on nutrition during runs and if I figure that out, I know I'll be okay.
Forgot to take a photo after my run, so I did one with the 12yr old #pup
11 169 hours ago
Today was a great day...I caught all the high fives, read all the signs, appreciated all the live music, thanked the volunteers, hugged and kissed all my cheerleaders, appreciated the strangers along the route and felt super proud to call @myottawa home. I also got to see and cheer in my old bud @mikegareau at the finish line as he completed his 2nd full marathon. When my legs felt heavy, I thought about my beautiful friend Erica and what she would have given to trade places with me and it carried me through to the finish. I also wore blue to.remember her...💙. thank you @runottawa for.a new and amazing course #21k#halfmarathon and lastly #fuckcancer
Noosa Half Marathon was a hard run for me. My glute was troubling me for 10 days beforehand and got progressively sorer as the kilometres clicked over.
Despite the conditions being perfect and such a well organised race, I don’t think I would do that one again. Running on flat roads lined by buildings for 21kms gets a tad boring! #run#halfmarathon#runningmumsaustralia#noosa#medalmonday#runner#rma#glutepain
Reflecting back on my Run this morning, I realized that the best part of this #halfmarathon was the Learning. What? Yes! I learned so much before, during and post run. Here they are
1.- #Nutrition I have to make this my priority to be able to reach better results. Lots of room to improve here.
2.- #strengthtraining before this last week never thought this was essential to feel stronger through the run. After today I know this is going on top of my training priorities.
3.- #raceplan I had one, but didn’t stick to it, so the learning is stick to your plan. My pace fluctuated quite a bit because of it. I could’ve pace myself better but pretty happy with the result.
There’s this thing that happens after you finish your first half marathon, a moment of complete and utter bliss, disbelief you made it and gratitude it’s over. Then while watching everyone celebrate with their beers at the post race runners celebration you start questioning wether you will compete again. Your legs are aching in a way you’ve never experienced, you’re not quite sure how to even begin stretching and you feel slightly nauseous but the satisfaction of doing something so incredible starts to sink in and you wonder if you could do it again, maybe even faster next time?
I can tell you without a doubt, that was one of the hardest things I’ve ever pushed my body to do, and I’m sure as hell going to compete again😎 #halfmarathon#runner#maryland#stmichaelsrunningfestival#smrf#firsthalf#running#endurancetraining
🏃🏻♂️ Just finished up a 60 mile week, and I’m very thankful for it. 🙏🏻 It’s nothing compared to the 90 mile weeks I was doing in college, but this is the most I’ve run since starting a full time job, and coaching part time. I’m starting to see my fitness slowly come back, But more importantly, I’m enjoying the process and not comparing myself to where I was 2 years ago, but instead I’m comparing myself to where I was 2 days ago. 😁 If you want to keep up with my training, follow me on Strava (Larry Lopez), and if you are looking for a running coach, or just someone to get some training advice from, don’t hesitate to message me! 💥
Strength session plus running form drills followed by a needed stretch. Kicking of the week well with a big session.
I hit a new body weight milestone this morning getting to 84.2kg. My goal was 85kg by @gcmarathon so 6 weeks ahead of schedule. 💥
1 119 hours ago
First half marathon is in the books! My goal was to finish in under 2 hours and I accomplished that! I’ve been battling shin splints for weeks now and they’re flared up and pissed off! I won’t be running until I’m 100% #runmadtown#halfmarathon#keephammering#canthurtme
Running season is in full swing! Need a place to display those hard-earned medals - click the link in our bio!! 🏃🏼♂️🏅🏃🏻♀️
1 19 hours ago
Безусловно я скучала по тебе!
Считала дни до нашей встречи и торопила минуты. Ты тот, кто переменчив, но не возмутим, ты не предсказуем и своенравен. Ты другой... И скорее всего именно это и манит.
Ты - город, в который я всегда люблю возвращаться. Спасибо тебе за гостеприимство!
Após o São João 🔥 vem aí mais um lindo evento esportivo para a região de Mucugê e Andaraí 👏
Estaremos marcando presença com o nosso AÇAÍ 🙌 .... #Repost@uphillchapada (@get_repost)
🏃♂️🏃♀️CORRA! Já estamos em contagem regressiva para a UPHILL CHAPADA DIAMANTINA e é claro que você não vai ficar de fora dessa e vai entrar nessa contagem com a gente!!⏰Faltam 60 dias para você aproveitar o visual da trilha correndo no asfalto.
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Venha você também correr no asfalto com visual de trilha🏞
Today I saw race times I haven't seen in over a decade. I ran a half time on my watch of 1:48:56, and then ran a 5K with an even faster click of 24:58 😳🤯😲 I am elated and so stinkin proud of what my body and mind were able to accomplish. @emvotigley was right in her 1:50 prediction, and I was right we would see each other at the finish line 😆 Congrats again on your 50K finish!!! 😘 Special shout out to @richelle_love for the hugs and spinning me in circles, for the guys near 14th Street with popsicles, and Andrew the 5K 25 minute pacer who was so encouraging to all the runners around him. Whew. Good, solid, amazing day. 😴 #run#runnersofinstagram#crushinggoals#halfmarathon#runcalgary#runyyc#endurance#runner#womenwhotri#momswhorun
Early miles at this morning's @oakbayhalf. Photo story and full gallery coming tomorrow.
1 249 hours ago
Esta foto NÃO é o oficial. A foto oficial foi publicada 23/05/19.
BARREIRO (BH) - Sorteio de uma inscrição grátis para a Corrida
Metropax Barreiro Academia Móvel 2019
Corrida de 10K, 5k , 1k Kids e caminhada 2K , que se realizará 10/08/19 - Sábado,
08:00 horas, na Pista de Caminhada do Tirol. - Regulamento do Sorteio.
1) Curta a Foto Oficial (não é esta).
2) Siga os parceiros no Instagram: @RuasdoBarreiro @AcademiaMovel @Jornal.Milionarios
3) Nos comentários marque 2 amigos. Não vale Fake nem personalidades.
Why are we becoming really quite fond of treading the trails?
After years of @emilys_journal trying to coax us back to the uneven track, we’re finally giving in.
1) It’s kinder on the body, meaning less chance of injury. The last few weeks have sat at a high mileage for us, and since things have slowed down we opted to take to softer, more forgiving surfaces found in Richmond Park and likes of around London. Whilst here, we explored all the mountains and the many routes the desert has to offer! The paths unevenness means your foot strike varies (you land slightly differently with every stride), allowing different muscles to work rather than constantly striking the same spot and risking overuse and repetitive motion injury.
2) Less stress mentally too! When you’re out on the trails, you’ll often find you’re far from cars, or busy urban areas meaning you can run in peace. We spend our whole lives hustling and bustling, so some time out surrounded by the simple things is just what the doctor ordered.
3) Time isn’t taken into account. Ever run a marathon? Or for that matter any timed race? What’s the first thing you were asked? We’ll bet it’s got something to do with this ⏰. With trail running no one really cares, unless of course you’re trying to break a record. It’s more about the experience, and if you ask us the longer you’re out there the better!
4) It helps slow us down! This @racetothestones has been a big lesson in learning to run ‘easy’, meaning a pace that’s comfortable enough for us to hold for the most part of the 100km. It’s much harder to clock up a fast leg turnover on the trails compared to roads, which has worked in our favour in terms of helping us to stick to pace. It’s also great for active recovery when you need a little help staying steady.
5) It helps to work balance and stabilisation. Your body is having to work a lot harder to keep you upright thanks to the uneven stepping, and winding sections. Your core and ancillary muscle groups in our legs come into play to take the load off main muscle groups, again preventing overuse and potential injury.
TTH x #twicethehealth 👯
De Vestingloop moest ik helaas laten schieten, maar de drie keer tien minuten die ik vandaag best prima kon lopen nemen ze mij niet meer af 👅 Langzaam maar gestaag de goede kant op! Liep jij wel een hardloop event vandaag? Of iets heel anders? #sundayrunday
It was a good morning in downtown Boston🎉 Today I felt not only the runner’s high but also the spectator’s high. My body felt much better than it did during Coastal Delaware Marathon despite the heat☀️I met one of my athletes, Helena, who conquered the half marathon and finished with a smile and temps approaching 70*🏃🏼♀️And then, I stayed and cheered until the very last half marathoner made the final turn towards the finish line and the truck drove by picking up the cones. I just couldn’t leave. Running is an amazing experience, but witnessing people conquer a race is extremely inspiring. Seeing runners finish with a smile on their face and giving them a little extra encouragement that they can do it and finish strong made me smile nonstop. If I met you today, it was such a pleasure. Just know that seeing you give it your all has inspired me so much💙❤️