A Difficult 7.5 Mile Run In Icy Conditions, Inspired By A Simple Blog Comment.

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  1. Have you done any reasearch on heart rate training? I know many people use that method to improve their pace. I am a believer in doing one long slow run a week and one tempo run a week and all other runs at a slower pace. The interesting thing is that my one tempo or fast run feels easier and I am able to sustain the pace longer… I have shifted to this method rather than trying to run a faster pace all the time and it seems to be working. I guess my next half marathon will be telling if nothing else. Just thought I would mention it. I ended up with a stress fracture in my tibia last year that I now attribute to over training and running fast all the time… love your blog by the way!

  2. kris says:

    I’ve been reading your blog for a couple months now. It’s good to see that I’m not the only one with excuses for eating sweets and stuff with the excuse that the running will burn it off. Yeah, right. Thanks to your blog, I joined weightwatchers again (I lost 20kgs two years
    ago). I want to become a better runner and being overweight won’t make one. Even my non-running husband enjoys your blog.

  3. Nick says:

    I’m just steeling myself to go for a run in the wind, rain and freezing cold and it seems quite easy to stay here on the sofa and read about runnning. But I know that I will be very happy when I get out there. I agree with everything that Wendy said! You manage to sum up how I feel about running. Hope you have a great run today!

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