Now for a few specifics about when to eat and how much. While we vary in how much we weigh and the intensity of our long runs, if you are running less than 75 minutes, you may have enough stored muscle glycogen (aka easily accessible FUEL). At longer than 75 minutes, the sugar in your […]
In case you missed our last Thursday session with Jen Segger, local ultra athlete and owner of the new Challenge by Choice Studio, I thought I’d pass on the tips I remembered from the class. Since I was getting over the flu and definitely pushing myself to run and not puke, I may have mixed […]
North Face Whistler half marathon course POSTED today!
March 3, 2011
Hello Squamish runners! Finally, it’s here. I’m very excited. Download the Whistler Half Marathon Course Map HERE Have you signed up yet? Don’t let this effort of training go to waste. Last time I checked 329 of 750 spots were already claimed. Click on the banner below to go straight to the registration page. Early […]
How to determine your Heart Rate Training Zone Source http://www.sport-fitness-advisor.com/ Heart rate reserve is simply the difference between your maximum heart rate and your resting heart rate. There is a relationship between heart rate and oxygen consumption – particularly at intensities ranging from 50-90% VO2 max (1). So traditionally, exercise intensity has been prescribed as […]