Training Overview #72
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1y ago
  Previous Training Post -  Overview #71 As a reminder, you can join the SFuels Strava Triathlon Club, Running Club and/or Cycling Club - Signup for them all if you like.  Join others on the LCHF for Endurance journey Also, check out the whole line of SFuels products: SFuels Life , SFuels-Train and SFuels-Race products.  Also, just back after reformulating them are SFuel LIFE Bars.  You can also access the new QuickStart Guide.   Receive 5% off with code TONYK5 Use the following code for 25% off, one tim ..read more
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Bi-Weekly RunDown #207
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1y ago
  ******As a note if you are looking for a good book if you use one of the links in the side bar to Amazon I get a small payment that actually just allows me to get more books to suggest.******** Local, to Kentucky, Races and Events(If you have a race in the area, including surrounding states, let me know and I will post about it) Running groups are a great way to get to know people but also a great way to help you progress and get out and run.  If you are in the Elizabethtown KY area check out the Running Soles Group and if you are closer to Campbellsville che ..read more
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New Name Coming and New Series: What I Use/Do
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1y ago
It has been some time since I have written anything and am in the process of getting back into the swing after the holidays and being super busy with work.  Also, I have in the plans to change my blog from Bluegrass Runner To Bluegrass Endurance and not sure yet how to do it.  Blogger says it can take an existing site and copy it over but for some reason right now it does not want to.  Not sure if I can just change the name and change the web address to point to the existing site – we shall see. The reason for the change is simply that since I have been riding more and runn ..read more
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Bi-Weekly RunDown #207
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2y ago
  ******As a note if you are looking for a good book if you use one of the links in the side bar to Amazon I get a small payment that actually just allows me to get more books to suggest.******** Local, to Kentucky, Races and Events(If you have a race in the area, including surrounding states, let me know and I will post about it) Running groups are a great way to get to know people but also a great way to help you progress and get out and run.  If you are in the Elizabethtown KY area check out the Running Soles Group and if you are closer to Campbellsville che ..read more
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Training Overview #72
Bluegrass Runner
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2y ago
  Previous Training Post -  Overview #71 As a reminder, you can join the SFuels Strava Triathlon Club, Running Club and/or Cycling Club - Signup for them all if you like.  Join others on the LCHF for Endurance journey Also, check out the whole line of SFuels products: SFuels Life , SFuels-Train and SFuels-Race products.  Also, just back after reformulating them are SFuel LIFE Bars.  You can also access the new QuickStart Guide.   Receive 5% off with code TONYK5 Use the following code for 25% off, one tim ..read more
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Bi-Weekly RunDown #206
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2y ago
"We had what I'd describe as a technological advantage over  the rest of the world with our training," Dick Quax Profile on Dick Quax Athletics Illustrated's interview from 2014 with Dick Quax Here is my Training Overview #71 LetsRun.com's The Week That was in Running: Nov 30 - Dec 6,2020 CITIUS Mag Newsletter: December 9 Really, the IOC passes on X-Country for the 2024 Olympics but adds Breakdancing But the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games will be holding a 1/2 Marathon as a test event  Ann Trason Inducted into the American  Ultrarunning Hall of Fame The 100 Miler: Part 14 ..read more
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Training Overview #71 - The End of the Year Approaches- Week of Nov 23 thru Dec 6, 2020
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Training Thoughts:     While I often tell people to be careful about milage goals as they can lead you astray and down a path to over training if you are not careful – I have a confession to make.  When I started this year I had a goal of 1500-1700 miles of running, I did 1501 in 2019, and 4000 miles riding, I did 3500 in 2019.  However, as my foot was not getting better I changed course early on – even taking an extended break from running and started riding more.  Once I started riding more I realized how much I liked it and also noticed that my foot was gettin ..read more
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Bi-Weekly RunDown #205
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2y ago
“Experience has taught me how important it is to just keep going,  focusing on running fast and relaxed.  Eventually pain passes and the flow returns.  It’s part of racing.” Frank Shorter Finally did another Interview Tuesday and here is the latest with Logan Campbell Here is my latest look at my training for the last two weeks - Training Overview #70 An Unsupported FKT on the Grand Canyon R2R2R With winter on us and many turning to the treadmill - here are some thoughts on "What is a Good Treadmill Speed? A look at the 100 Miler: Part 13 (1974 - 1975) - Gordy Ainsleigh ..read more
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Interview Tuesday: Meet Kentucky Runner Logan Campbell
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2y ago
It has been some time since I have done an interview and hope to do more in the coming year.  To start things up here is one I just did with Logan Campbell who raced in the same 5K I did a couple weeks ago.  Due to the way things are they discouraged hanging around after the race so I did not meet up with Logan till later online.  Nice to learn more about and you can to as well below. 2020 Daniel Ellis 5k - Logan's first race in over a year. Tell us a little about yourself not necessarily related to running: age, where born, education, area you live in, etc…..I´m 23 an ..read more
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Training Overview #70 – More Thoughts on the Road Ahead - Week of Nov 9 thru Nov 22, 2020
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Training Thoughts:   My View When I Leave for a Run Still not sure what is ahead with racing plans except for a couple gravel races in KY I am fairly sure will take place in May and July and then there is the Steamboat Springs Gravel race (144 Miles) in August but that is still uncertain.  One thing I know I need to work on is some strengthening exercises and now that my hamstring is feeling better I can start those exercises.  The one place I tend to fall woefully short on is “consistent” strength and mobility work and that needs to be dealt with. Over the next fe ..read more
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