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Founded: January 13, 2009 |
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Running Enthusiasts

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Age: 26
Why I Started This Group:
To help fellow runners with questions they may have or to just help get them motivated to train hard and improve their running skills.

BodyGroup Description

Whether you have ran 5 marathons in your life or training for your first 5k, we all need support and could use some advice and motivation and that is what this group is all about.

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July 4, 2013, 7:34 am
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BodyGroup Detailed Goal

"Have everyone become a better runner after joining this group!"


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"Every member of this group committed to..."
Everyone must help each other out and do what they can to help motivate each other.

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Hey all, new to the running group. look forward to talking with you all
Dec 1, 2013 9:10pm
Any advice on managing chronic low back pain and running? I'm hoping to start up with regular yoga soon and I'm currently going through physical therapy. I also do Mmaxout Fitness, which has heavy core involvement. I just got fitted for shoes-- Brooks Glycerins. Unfortunately, running is what ends up giving me the most pain but I LOVE IT SO MUCH that I won't give it up. Any thoughts?
Aug 14, 2013 5:19pm
If you get a chance to watch the "Last Mile", it is a great movie asking why do you run? It was filmed partially here in town and will be shown at the Boston Film Festival at the Boston Marathon.
Aug 13, 2013 4:56am
Worked up to my first 12 miler finally this weekend. Knee felt good during and just a little agitated that night, but not a problem. Going to Volunteer at Buckeye Tail 50K this weekend. Hope next year I can participate.
Jul 9, 2013 8:20am
Having a problem maintaining or losing weight while training? Check this out! http://www.active.com/nutrition/Articles/How-to-Increase-Metabolism-During-Marathon-Training.htm
May 8, 2013 10:54am
Backpacked 15 miles this weekend. Ran 4 more. Knee feels good and I'm gonna stop babying it. Still sore to the touch but not so much after the run.
May 6, 2013 10:22am
My 2 prior pairs I bought from "The Right Fit" in findlay, Ohio. They are a therapuetic athletic store, They did a test that showed normal arch and they measured my shoe size, then I was able to run on their treadmill. So unless there's more to it than that I'd say so. They put me in Asics Gel 2130 and Saucony (can't remember style) the last time. I just bought a pair of Brooks Pure Connect2 but haven't had any miles on them yet.
Apr 30, 2013 10:22am
Rayman, Have you been properly fitted and are you running in the right shoes?
Apr 27, 2013 9:32am
So has anyone ever had this problem and if so have any thoughts to speed up recovery?? I can run just fine, but the day after 2 or 3 even the inside of my knee is (stiff and sore) and sore to the touch also. If I put ice on it then stiffens up more, if I put heat on it loosens up but still sore inside and out. It's been 4 mos and I've wore a brace, neoprene sleeve, heat rub and it seems a slight better but yet not really.
Apr 24, 2013 11:38am
Ran 2-1/2 miles last night, calves are pretty sore guess I haven't been working them hard enough in gym. They hurt enough that it is hard to tell if my knee is hurting, I'll take that as a good sign for the knee.
Apr 24, 2013 10:57am
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