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  1. Shared Photo

    http://www.thehinzadventures.com/2015/07/02/turning-a-layover-into-a-7-mile-run/

    • Bill H.

      Great story. Never thought of trying to do that. BTW that Hilton is where OJ supposedly cut his hand on that infamous night 20 years ago.

      4 days ago Like1 person

    • Corey M.
      Corey M.

      oh wow

      3 days ago Like

    • Derek C.
      Derek C.

      brilliant story Corey . great idea and nice workout as well

      3 days ago Like1 person

    • Bari F.
      Bari F.

      I've paced in an airport before but have never thought to seek out a gym. Most of the time I try to get direct flights because I hate trying to make connections.

      3 days ago Like1 person

  2. RUN
    great 7 Mile Layover Run 7 mi 01:05 09:17 pace
  3. RUN
    blah My 100 degree 5k 5 km 00:28 09:03 pace

    I forgot what it felt like it run in the Houston heat... #yuck

  4. RUN
    great 1st day of double run workouts 4.08 mi 00:38 09:16 pace

    With 7 weeks to go till my 24 hour relay race, I've officially started my double run training. The plan is to run 2 times a day...once in the morning and then 6 hours later a shorter, slower ... read more

  5. RUN
    good 2nd run of the day 2.32 mi 00:21 09:13 pace

    Day 1 of Double Day run training was a success, even in the 90 weather. I will say running twice in one day is difficult but hopefully after 7 weeks of training, running 3 or 4 times in one day wi... read more

  6. RUN
    alright The Hottest 5K ever...YUCK 3.2 mi 00:30 09:17 pace

    Tried running 6 but it was 96 degrees outside and HUMID. Finished the last mile with a huge hill though so I was satisfied with my effort.

  7. Shared Photo

    #Giveaway Time!!! #Moji released its newest member the Foot Travel Massager - Click on over and enter to win one - Contest is open thru Saturday at midnight.
    ... read more

  8. FIT
    01:00

    After my run and boxing - our group headed to an indoor rock climbing/ninja warrior type place and I got my sweat on AGAIN.

  9. FIT
    01:00

    Sports camp is no joke, after my 6 mile run and blast I had a crazy awesome session of boxing!!!

  10. RUN
    6 mi 00:55 09:13 pace

    Squeezed in an early morning run to start my day - still dealing with a nasty blister on my heel but other than that, I felt strong!

  11. RUN
    4.47 mi 00:49 11:02 pace

    Awesome trail run, all miles except mile 2 (600 ft) hill were at 9:12 - felt strong and starting to get used to trail running

  12. RUN
    5.5 mi 00:50 09:09 pace

    Speed work with my diabetic running coach in the 90 degree weather and humidity - goal was 3 miles @ 8:21 with w/u and 800 m jogs in between and I SMASHED it!!!! Loving this camp and mile 2 was 7:5... read more

  13. About to leave London now, heading to Philly for an what is sure to be a life changing experience... 1 week at the worlds only Type 1 diabetic athletic training camp. It's a very small group ... read more

  14. RUN
    3.2 mi 00:28 08:44 pace

    Since my flight got all pushed back, I had time for a speedy 5k before heading to the airport! #fitfluential plus, hopefully I'll sleep like a baby on the flight across the pond!!

  15. RUN
    good A Friday Night Run 5.8 mi 00:54 09:16 pace

    Started chill and finsihed strong... I might be 10pounds heavier than I'd like but I sure "feel" strong... Another awesome 5.8 in the books... #fitfluential

  16. RUN
    good Long run 6.8 6.79 mi 01:04 09:27 pace

    I started off just trying to get 3 in but I felt great so I made tonight my long run... That doesn't happen often but when it does its AWESOME.

  17. OK guys...I need your advice. I decided to challenge myself by signing up for this super cool 24 hr relay race in August. We have 7 girls and the course is 5.8 miles long. At the min. I will ru... read more

    • Keith H.
      Keith H.

      I'd suggest doing your normal long run, and then a couple of hours later going out for, say, a 5k at recovery pace. It will not be fun the first couple of times, but after a couple of weeks, you'll adapt, and on race day, you'll recover faster between relay stretches.

      26 days ago Like1 person

  18. FIT
    good T25 Total Body Workout (aka t... 00:25

    These DVD's kick my ass!

  19. RUN
    great I'm baaack! 5.8 mi 00:51 08:47 pace

    Im back and it felt SO good!!