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Old 03-11-2013, 07:35 PM   #271
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a little bit of walking, a little bit of running, and some rehab.
Thanks!

QOTD--I need to drink more water. I don't really drink anything. I am just not thirsty and then I forget. When I was sick (before going g-f) I was ridiculously thirsty and couldn't drink enough. I had the worst dry mouth ever. I have gone from one extreme to the other.

Congrats on your run Plutobaby.
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Old 03-11-2013, 09:15 PM   #272
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An hour Strong class this morning brings me to:

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Old 03-11-2013, 09:53 PM   #273
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This was a work weekend and crazy busy short staffed. And DST didn't help. With the stability ball being splated I got no extra exercise outside of work done.

But today I did get in a 2.5 hour run/walk. Pounded out all the frustrations from this weekend.

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Old 03-11-2013, 09:57 PM   #274
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I've got to get myself organized. I worked a total of 36 out of 50 hours this weekend, and only left work to run!lol So, 90 minute run on 3/9, 3/10 was a rest day, 60 minute run today.

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Old 03-11-2013, 10:49 PM   #275
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Hello there!


Yesterday I went to the gym for an hour of cardio. 290/620.

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Old 03-11-2013, 10:54 PM   #276
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Old 03-11-2013, 11:04 PM   #277
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Great job plutobaby!!!

It was a really crazy weekend but I managed to get 30 min in on Sunday and 50 min run in tonight. New total 320/800

As for nutrition: this month I'm really trying so hard to drop a few pounds. I was making progress, actually, before ds's birthday party this weekend... Anyhow, my main approach is more veggies and lean protein, less carbs and sugar. It worked really well the last two weeks- finally got into some old pants of mine, but I feel like I was totally thrown off course with houseguests. I have 30 days til our Disney trip- why can't I seem to hold it together for 30 days?! I'm just glad I'm not running high mileage, I find it nearly impossible to "diet" then bc I need more and different fuel.
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Old 03-11-2013, 11:50 PM   #278
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Hunter...I hope your daughter is well on the road to recovery!

Plutobaby - nice job on the 10K - congrats!

Thanks for all the kudos on my 5k - I just needed to get over the hump of actually doing one - I dawdled for days before I finally got up the nerve to register. As is often the case, after the fact I asked myself what the big deal was??

30 min walk today puts me at

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Regarding figments comment about needing different fuel for high mileage, I find myself hungry alot and am doing a lot of snacking. Can anyone comment on how they've changed their diets to account for the extra calories burned?

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Old 03-12-2013, 05:30 AM   #279
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Old 03-12-2013, 07:26 AM   #280
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Old 03-12-2013, 08:08 AM   #281
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Thank you every one for the congrats!

2TxAgs - I found by eating more "dense" foods, (oatmeal, carrots, protein bars), I can more easily get through a workout without feeling hungry. I just started eating oatmeal last week, and I find I'm not starving midday ( I don't usually eat lunch until about 2:30-3pm). I may have a little snack like string cheese or an apple, but if I eat heartier during the day - not more calories but "better" calories - I can get through the day without crashing. AND I don't normally feel like I have to eat a huge meal at night, just a lean protein and a salad will usually do the trick...even after a good workout!

Here's a good question: Do you tend to eat a bigger breakfast, lunch, or dinner? If you've been trying to lose weight, what are you finding works better for you?

For those of you who are in this year - 4 hours until Wine and Dine Registration!!

3/11 - 47 minute walk, 80 minutes yoga

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Old 03-12-2013, 08:17 AM   #282
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Regarding figments comment about needing different fuel for high mileage, I find myself hungry alot and am doing a lot of snacking. Can anyone comment on how they've changed their diets to account for the extra calories burned?

Thanks!
Me too!!! I think I actually eat more than my husband at times. I stopped feeling bad about it and he just laughs now.

There are some great articles on runners world and competitor.com that talk about athlete nutrition. The most helpful thing I learned was that you really need a good recovery plan as well as a prep plan. So after a quality workout (long run or tempo run, speed work, etc, not an easy run) you need some fat and protein within 30 mins of activity. A glass of milk is my favorite. That helps me not feel off the rest of the day. Timing it right is key.

Healthy snacks are also good. I crave salt the most after long runs so I try to make sure I get some salt soon after, or I rummage through the cupboards and eat everything!
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Old 03-12-2013, 08:40 AM   #283
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Old 03-12-2013, 08:55 AM   #284
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There are some great articles on runners world and competitor.com that talk about athlete nutrition. The most helpful thing I learned was that you really need a good recovery plan as well as a prep plan. So after a quality workout (long run or tempo run, speed work, etc, not an easy run) you need some fat and protein within 30 mins of activity. A glass of milk is my favorite. That helps me not feel off the rest of the day. Timing it right is key.

Healthy snacks are also good. I crave salt the most after long runs so I try to make sure I get some salt soon after, or I rummage through the cupboards and eat everything!
So true! Also, for a quick reference, check out werundisney.com. Pam and Christine just posted a list of which nutrients are the best for runners.
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Old 03-12-2013, 01:04 PM   #285
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I tried to get out for a walk today but it was snowy and the wind was waaay to cold! I did 15 minutes then went inside and did 15 minutes on the bike. At least I did something

380/1000

I am really trying to incorporate more vegies but find it so hard when I am cold! For instance, I don't want a salad, I want creamy soup!! I really need to get over this and the weather needs to warm up so I can get on the ball!

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