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  • 1184 calories
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  1. That’s disappointing – RunScribe will not be released until “late summer”. They said “After consulting with a number of specialists in the fitness & wearable tech space, we made the call to mov... read more

    • Martin T.
      Martin T.

      What advantages will RunScribe offer over other running apps?

      about 17 hours ago Like

    • Jonathan S.
      Jonathan S.

      It's not a running app - it's a footpod that analyzes the movement of the foot in multiple dimensions - how much are you heelstriking, what's the peak forces, etc.

      about 15 hours ago Like

    • Martin S.

      I have mine but haven't used it yet.

      about 5 hours ago Like

  2. RUN
    alright 16 mi 02:18 08:36 pace

    I'm still suffering from a bit of jetlag, which hopefully will pass soon. My left knee is not quite right either; just a twinge, but I need to pay attention before it becomes a serious issue. ... read more

    • John A.
      John A.

      Good run! You kneed to care of that knee! Lol

      1 day ago Like

    • Lion
      Lion

      16 miles at that speed would make my knee fall off.

      1 day ago Like

  3. Shared Photo

    The Asics Lyte 33 version 3 is one fatal flaw away from being a great shoe. So near, but yet so far. http://fellrnr.com/wiki/Asics_Gel_Lyte_33

  4. Here's my pictorial guide to The West Highland Way. There are far more photos than I'd normally take, but when I looked for images to get a sense of what the trail was like, I couldn'... read more

  5. RUN
    blah 10 mi 01:23 08:19 pace

    Jetlag Hangover run. How is it I feel wide awake at 3am, but by 7am I feel like I'm recovering from a wild night out?

    Cumulative distance for Running: 43.30 mi/7 days, 62.30 mi/14 days, 169... read more

  6. RUN
    alright 16 mi 02:18 08:35 pace

    I'm back in the US now, and trying to reenter "normal life". The combination of the fantastic vacation and the jet lag makes everything rather surreal. My left knee is giving me some... read more

  7. Shared Photo

    Polar released new firmware for the M400 so I tested out its footpod support, & checked the appalling GPS accuracy. I got the M400 (and V800) to work with the Adidas footpod, but it’s a bit con... read more

  8. RUN
    good 25 mi 03:38 08:42 pace

    Some easy miles - got rather dehydrated by the end.

    Cumulative distance for Running: 80.50 mi/7 days, 136.20 mi/14 days, 225.00 mi/28 days, 4,423.40 mi/Year, 969.10 mi/YTD, 43,976.20 mi/All
    Hear... read more

  9. RUN
    alright 22 mi 03:14 08:48 pace

    I skipped the treadmill descent in favor of some easy miles; I figure it will be handy to have functioning legs on the West Highland Way.

    Cumulative distance for Running: 58.50 mi/7 days, 111.20... read more

  10. Shared Photo

    I've updated my review of the Hoka Bondi for the latest version, the Bondi 4. Like the other updates to the Bondi, the changes for the 4 are fairly minor. http://fellrnr.com/wiki/Hoka_Bondi

  11. RUN
    alright 2.1 mi 00:19 08:55 pace

    Easy miles

    Cumulative distance for Running: 54.50 mi/7 days, 103.20 mi/14 days, 191.30 mi/28 days, 4,400.80 mi/Year, 922.10 mi/YTD, 43,929.20 mi/All
    Heart Rate: Average=123, drift=15.5 BMP, 54% H... read more

  12. I only ran 199 miles in April, less than half my normal training load. This is the fourth month of reduced training and I'm still not bounced back from the 5,200 miles last year. The specter o... read more

    • Rachel D.

      Jonathan, you're very focused on body monitoring, so I'm sure you've got a handle on things. Sometimes we just get so caught up in the numbers that we keep pushing ourselves to achieve more even when there's a niggling part of our brain that's telling us to take care.

      25 days ago Like

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    • Lion
      Lion

      You started emphasizing shorter mileage & treadmill descents in 2015. You haven't finished an ultra since 2014.

      22 days ago Like

    • Jonathan S.
      Jonathan S.

      I've only run one race this year, and I think the issue is recovering from 2015, not the 2014 training. If it's overtraining syndrome, it could be months/years to recovery ;{

      22 days ago Like

  13. RUN
    alright 20.25 mi 02:55 08:39 pace

    Some easy miles. I was trying to get the Polar M400/V800 working with a footpod, with limited success.

    Cumulative distance for Running: 54.60 mi/7 days, 109.10 mi/14 days, 191.20 mi/28 days, 4,4... read more

  14. Shared Photo

    My comparison of over 20 energy gels now includes Zipvit & Mud, plus a flowchart on choosing a gel. http://fellrnr.com/wiki/Comparison_of_Energy_Gels

  15. Shared Photo

    I was asked what I recommend as the best running shoe, so I added my list of my top recommendations to http://fellrnr.com/wiki/Shoes

  16. RUN
    alright 3.2 mi 00:25 07:54 pace

    Easy miles

    Cumulative distance for Running: 50.30 mi/7 days, 101.80 mi/14 days, 190.10 mi/28 days, 4,429.40 mi/Year, 899.80 mi/YTD, 43,906.90 mi/All
    TRIMP 83, Weekly TRIMP 1418, Monotony 1.07, Tr... read more

  17. Shared Photo

    I like to compare running shoes against the Asics GT 2000 as it's one of the best examples of the traditional running shoe, and nearly every shoe I test looks good when compared to it. http://... read more

  18. RUN
    blah 8 mi 01:06 08:13 pace

    A "Broken 5K" on tired legs.

    Cumulative distance for Running: 50.40 mi/7 days, 101.80 mi/14 days, 192.60 mi/28 days, 4,431.50 mi/Year, 896.60 mi/YTD, 43,903.70 mi/All
    Heart Rate: Avera... read more

  19. RUN
    alright 3 mi 00:26 08:42 pace

    Cumulative distance for Running: 55.60 mi/7 days, 102.30 mi/14 days, 187.70 mi/28 days, 4,444.30 mi/Year, 888.60 mi/YTD, 43,895.70 mi/All
    Heart Rate: Average=121, drift=19.9 BMP, 52% HRR, 44% VO2ma... read more

  20. Shared Photo

    I don't always run in a minimalist shoe, but when I do, it's the Merrell Trail Glove. They're comfortable, well designed, fit a range of foot shapes, and they last a long time. http:... read more

    • Lion
      Lion

      Wish there was a way to try minimalist shoes without a line of credit. The way prices are rising, everything is requiring a line of credit. At least interest is free.

      29 days ago Like