Champion Girl Priya Mohan with her Coach Arjun Ajay after winning 200m Gold, 400m Gold, Medley Relay Gold at National Junior Athletics Championship 2019 Follow @arn_sports to get athletics updates - Also Subscribe, Like for videos 'ARN SPORTS' in YouTube, Facebook, Twitter
Kini, semakin banyak para penggiat hidup sehat yang memilih lari maraton sebagai bagian dari gaya hidup. Tidak hanya bermanfaat untuk membakar kalori, lari maraton juga memiliki dampak luar biasa berguna bagi kesehatan, seperti meningkatkan kesehatan jantung, menurunkan tekanan darah secara alami, meningkatkan imun serta meningkatkan kesehatan mental.
Five kilometers more for this months. Feb-50 kilometers challenge
1 71 hour ago
45 min run/walk with my parents and Marty today! We did a total of 3 miles. I guess it’s time to build up a base again - we officially registered for the 50th @nycmarathon in November! Who else is running? 🏃🏻♀️
1 271 hour ago
Feeling pretty pleased after returning from altitude camp & having my fastest season opener in the 800m!
Faith has truly carried me along this running journey. Although it hasn’t been easy, it’s sometimes the small victories that make it all worth it & keep us going!
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Correr en pista es como una especie de danza de flamingos, que corren sobre las aguas a un ritmo de la música que van marcando sus huellas. .
S.U.B 4.00H - Obviously as with most people anger and sorrow filled my heart upon hearing the news yesterday.
I have learned to go beyond it by bouncing back and setting a new objective for 2021.
I was training for a sub 4.30h and I'm now setting a sub 4.00h objective for 2021 Tokyo Marathon.
Distance running is also about being strong mentally, even though I've spent 6months training, spent thousands of dollar in logistics for Tokyo 2020, I want to get over it and start preparing for the next race!!
Dieses Jahr hole ich sie mir.
🇩🇪Die Mainova IRONMAN European Championship Frankfurt 2020 verfügt über eine der historischsten Ziellinien im Triathlon. Auf dem Römerberg - mit dem Justitiabrunnen als Wahrzeichen - erklingen am 28. Juni die Worte: YOU ARE AN IRONMAN! 💪
Wer ist dabei? 👏 🇱🇷This will be this Years Medal 🥇 at the Ironman European Championships in Frankfurt, June 28 2020
MEDAL MONDAY! •
I ran a 5k as part of a training run on Saturday. Someone asked if I won. Hahahahaa!!!! NO. The days where I care about speed are not these days. I’m sorry if you follow me on Strava you will not see many impressive times. Most days I hook Lulu around my waist and we stop 1000 times to say hi to everyone and play and poop. •
After breaking my foot at the end of 2018, it taught me to take a minute and savor the moment in a training run and even in a race. I used to be so worried about my times and impressing everyone and placing in my age group and qualifying for Boston that I was glued to my watch and missed the magic. Not these days, but there is definitely a season for all of that. These days I talk to people, take pics and take it all in. •
Being a coach you sometimes think that you have to be the fastest and the best, but I love sharing that you can be normal and actually enjoy the process too, because running can be for anyone. •
This weekend I ran 8 miles with the 5k in the middle at a nice little 7:42 pace (5k only). My half in Utah next week is going to be waaaaay slower because I’m going to soak it all in. These days - I live through my running clients going fast and accomplishing goals at whatever speed they are, and take COMPLETE joy in that. At the end of the race - that’s really what it’s all about. .
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Better late than never! Prioritized sleep today on this day-off work and headed out to the key to get in “hill” work. Went over the causeway 10 times and had 2 WU/CD miles for 11 miles total. Kept it very easy pace of 8:33 and my legs feel fresh and strong 💪🏼 I’m so glad I listened to my @garminfitness recovery adviser and took two days of rest after my friday run. Not happy about the late morning sun exposure I got but had to get this workout in! 2 weeks until the 305 half 🙌🏼
Thigh pop ankling to knee drive .
We want to train to pop the thigh forward to encourage thigh activation then go to knee drive to activate the hip flexor complex
Each drill we do builds upon the previous drill and it they are all functional drills meaning that they mimic sprint mechanics .
Want to get faster?
✅ Perform speed drills that build upon themselves and understand what you should be looking for in your drilling .
Foam rolling does not need to be complicated or elaborate. It can be as simple as 1-2-3-.
1. One minute is better than none.
2. Two Zones. When selecting an area of a muscle to roll, divide the area into two zones and apply techniques to each zone slowly while remembering to breathe
3. Three Motions For Quick Results - General techniques are rolling, spans, and stretching. Rolling, roll back and forth a few inches while working across two zone. Spans, when you hit a tender area, wave. Wave the area side to side until you feel relief. Stretching. Compress a spot while stretching the muscle to a full range of motion. This pin and stretch motion increases circulation and mobility.
When Rolling. Remember ABC. - A- Start from Ground Up. B. Breathe to Recover and Relax. Key to Rolling is to breathe deeply C. Consistency is better than Intensity. Recommend rolling 3 - 5x a week preferably before and after exercises. Rolling on a regular basis is key. Don't just roll when it aches. When you first roll, you may notice discomfort, and feels similar to a massage when feeling pressure on tender muscles and tense area. Think of foam rolling the same way, when you compress sensory receptors, it can feel uncomfortable. But don't worry, this is normal. And remember with a little practice, the process becomes enjoyable. Remember foam rolling is not "Causing" pain, foam rolling is "Removing" pain.
5 Race day tips for BEFORE, DURING AND RIGHT AFTER THE race
1. Eat well the night before
The night before your race eat a meal you enjoy and are used to. Aim for a meal that is rich in carbohydrates, this could include foods like grains, rice, potatoes, pasta, etc.
A good evening meal will ensure you have enough carbohydrates stored in your muscles and liver before race day. Carbohydrates are basically the petrol for your engine on the big day so filling up that tank will reduce the risk of fatigue during the race.
2. Avoid eating too close to bed time
Aim to have dinner earlier in the evening before the race. Make sure you plan ahead to avoid rushing this meal – giving your body time to digest the meal and relax should hopefully mean you get a good night’s sleep which is, obviously, crucial.
3. Carbohydrates are king at breakfast
Similarly to the night before, priming the body with carbohydrates at breakfast is a way to ensure your performance doesn’t suffer during the race. Stick to a breakfast and foods you’re used to and have practiced in training. Porridge, toast, cereal, bagels and fruit juice are all great choices.
4. Reduce fat and fibre
Keep fibre and fat to a minimum when having your race day breakfast as we know this can cause upset stomachs during the race. This simple tip will ensure you’re in top condition for the challenge ahead and hopefully reduce the chance of any unnecessary toilet stops.
5. Keep hydrated before the race
Don’t neglect drinking before the race – keep a bottle of drink with you – little and often is key. Dehydration may result in a decline in endurance performance. Even a 2% reduction in your body weight has been shown to negatively impact performance, which can have a negative effect on the intensity of your race
Above all else enjoy your day. Be incredibly proud of what you achieve, and SMILE!
2:18.36 — After blitzing through the first 800m in 1:51, @robnapolitano_ found another gear and closed it down in 26.8. The 1000 is a weird off-distance event that we don’t get many opportunities to run. Beforehand we found ourselves wondering, ‘What would be a good time?’ The answer...this! It’s been a strong and consistent indoor season for Rob, but there’s one more question we still need to get answered — What can he do for 1500m? #Photo : @jkh_photo | @runthelens 🗽🔵💣
Because of my migraine on Saturday I did my long run today. This was such a difficult run and I’m not sure why. It was cold, but I’ve done better in colder weather. I don’t know what else it could be. Usually I would just be glad this run was done and move on. However, if I knew the cause maybe I could prevent this in the future. Regardless, this 8-miler was really tough!
We (@ldiaz05, who is saluting me for some reason 😀) stopped for a bit at the barn for some pics. I have a real love/hate thing with this barn. I love to run by it because it’s cool to see a classic red barn and it means I’m in the middle of a long run. I hate it because it means I’m in the middle of a long run and really far from the finish! Does anyone else have a landmark on your regular running route that you both love and hate at the same time?
I did a long run on a Monday and you can too.
Somebody was going to try and help me exercise today or maybe she’s trying to help me NOT exercise. So glad she likes my treadmill. 🙄 Managed to squeeze in a quick 2 mile interval run at lunchtime after I kicked that slacker off my @nordictrack treadmill! 🤣🐶
“Todos querem ganhar medalhas de ouro, mas poucos querem treinar na intensidade necessária para conquista-las”. - Mark Splitz
Manter-se motivado é dureza, nos que trabalhamos, estudamos, cuidamos da casa, dos filhos e mesmo assim conseguimos um tempo para fazer o que amamos... Nos somos campeões, e merecemos uma medalha de ouro todos os dias!
Another edition of the weekly workout in the dark before work. 4x 1200s at a fairly pointy pace was a heck of a hit out. That fourth repeat was hard. Ready to climb back into bed after that but I do find the days I do these I feel really sharp for the remainder of the day
I’ll be honest- I haven’t always been the best about listening to my body and slowing down when I’ve needed to😬🤷🏼♀️. Most runners and/or really active people can probably relate! But- as I get older and have dealt with unnecessary injuries over the years, I’ve learned to be more kind to my body and rest when I really need it, especially if I want to continue an active lifelong lifestyle💪🏼. .
The past 3 weeks or so, I’ve had some issues with a super tight calf muscle and my sciatica🥴. I’ve been working with my sports chiropractor @jolsond at @upstatespine and I’ve been backing off the running some (and avoiding a ton of elevation). No running for two days in a row made me cringe a little but I knew my body needed it. I know that because of this, I will heal much faster and will be back at it much quicker without any lingering injuries🙏🏻. Learning when to back off and giving yourself some extra attention is key to a quick recovery. It’s taken me a long while to gain maturity in this and it certainly is a hard learned lesson🥴. But I know if I want to stay healthy and active as I get older, I have to be sure to listen to my body and take the necessary steps to fully recuperate. .
Happy #motivationmonday you guys🤗! How do you handle injuries? Is it hard for you to slow down when injuries creep up? .
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This is the most fun I’ve had with my cloths on!!! 40 mins easy with 5x30 seconds balls to the wall, eye balls out sprints mixed in and I bloody loved it. .
What’s more, due to my crappy organisation skills we finished the last 20 minutes of the run in the woods..... in the dark 👀! It’s been a while since I’ve done a trail run minus the day light and I totally forgot how terrifying and kinda exhilarating is it. I might not be running fast and I might not be running far, but I’m running. I’m doing my best and I am totally ok with that 😊
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3 288 hours ago
Electrolyte replenishment. Wastad yn sein da goro disgwl pythefnos i'r head ddiflannu digon i gal at dy blydi gwrw! 49km heddiw, coesa'n chwalfa!
#navimumbaihalfmarathon 2020 was my 35th race and it happened to be my on my home turf. So a good timing and that too a podium first is a big deal for me! Happy that I managed a fairly decent timing that’s a PB by 14 seconds💃 **
In these 2 years of participating in marathons, I have always been grateful I got a chance to run at these events and never really thought of complaining. I registered for the Navi Mumbai Half marathon by @sportsunited for the third consecutive year and this was against advice keeping in my mind my Tata ultra registration for the coming Sunday. I raced nevertheless and I am very sad to say that the arrangements were very shoddy. I am not going to talk of everything I found was wrong but just about the lack of basic nutrition support for the runners. Can anyone believe we didn’t have a single electrolyte station through the 21kms? A marathon is an event that we runners want to complete injury free and it’s minimum expectation that there be nutrition support throughout. The volunteers were clueless and unappreciative of the need for salts. They kept doling out water bottles with no empathy. I will not even talk about the “spot registration” fiasco on Friday.
I think the organisers forgot that a good marathon is one where the runner feels good about being taken care of and it’s immaterial if there is a celebrity ambassador or free jackets.
Hope the organisers of @email@example.com make sure that at least electrolytes are arranged for or at least the runners are told to get their own bottles If they think this is too much to ask.
I will think twice before registering for any event this group organises in the future !! #runnersofinstagram#runnerscommunity#runningworld#runnersofindia#marathonrunner#runnermom#indiamarathon#fitnessjourney#runnergirl#runnerslife#runners_of_insta#runnerspace#indianrunners#navimumbairunners#mumbairunners#mumbairunning
Livet är inte glass och ballong hela tiden, inte för någon. Men en del tycks ändå ha mer lyckliga stunder än andra och jag tror inte det beror varken på tur, hårt arbete eller att de är lyckligt lottade. Jag tror faktiskt istället att det beror på att de är bättre på att se och uppleva lyckan i det lilla. Att njuta av och uppskatta små saker i vardagen som andra inte ens ser.
Som en soluppgång i mitten av februari, en stunds tystnad i en hektisk måndag, en ekorre som stannar upp och tittar på just dig på sin väg genom livet. Saker som alla har men långt ifrån alla tar in och finner lycka i.
Vi får gå igenom så himla mycket skit, oro och sorg i livet, vi sliter, kämpar och hanterar motgångar. Visst är vi väl värda att stanna upp lite då och då för att njuta av det som ändå är bra? Att samla på dessa små ögonblick tills de blir så många att de uppväger allt det tuffa.
Jag hittar dessa små stunder i många olika lägen och ja, jag letar aktivt upp dem. För jag vill må bra, jag vill känna livsglädje och meningsfullhet. Och då får en vara beredd att jobba lite.
För en stund i solen, på en brygga mitt i skogen efter 15 kilometers svettig terränglöpning, det kostar ingenting, det finns där tillgängligt för alla och det ger så otroligt mycket lycka att sätta in på livsnjutarkontot att jag aldrig skulle vilja vara utan det, nånsin!