Cheat Pb 1 Hit 2013
NUTRITION AFTER MAY 2013In May I decided to eat a lot healthier, inspired by Dr Phil Maffetone, Rich Roll and Tim Ferriss. I cut out all refined carbohydrates, no more bread, pasta, pizza, chips. etc. After this I also cut out milk, coffee, alcohol, soda, fruit juices, most fruits, sweets, potatoes and rice.
cheat pb 1 hit 2013
In 2010 I ran 136 miles = 11.3 miles per monthIn 2011 I ran 139 miles = 11.6 miles per monthIn 2012 I ran 229 miles = 19 miles per monthThe first 4 months of 2013 = 133 miles = 33 miles per month
How old are you? Did you lose weight when you improved your diet and increased your mileage, if so, how much did you lose? What is you BMI or body fat %? It seems like you had very good natural speed by May 2013 judging by your comment that many of your runs were at 7:30 up to May, is that right? Did you run shorter races during 2013, and what were your times? Thanks again for sharing.
How were you able to build miles so rapidly with out injury scares? Also your may 2013 Half was in a decent shape indictaing a good baseline fitness, were you cross training or practicing other sports before beginning your active running. Do you continue to cross train?. Upper body and core seems to be an important yet neglected one for some of the runners and i would love any tips on that
After running a 3:08 marathon in October 2013, I trained hard with the goal of running a 3:03 BQ time in May 2014. However, I bonked and ran a 3:10 marathon. I was very disappointed and did not plan on running another marathon this year.
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