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Dilnad

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  1. I've been watching for a while and it makes me smile to see her in one piece. The upholstery embedded tail light is awesome! GREAT WORK man!
  2. Really coming along great man!!!
  3. Absolutely. We are an all inclusive haven. There was a whole thread. Perhaps one of our mods can help find it for you. We did some rearranging of the furniture recently. Welcome to the community!
  4. First off here is a running form guide I wrote you can check yourself against. https://missionstuffs.blogspot.com/2018/01/heel-strike-its-not-just-for-discipline.html Next thing I would do is go to a running store for a basic gait/pronation analysis. New running shoes can help or hurt depending if they are proper for your pronation. Next, are you exercising? Running needs strength training. You will hurt yourself if you don't. No, you are NOT too heavy! I ran the 2017 Kentucky Derby Marathon at 96kg Start with that stuff
  5. Missing a 3rd poll answer. "Someone who really really likes milk" 🙃
  6. See if this helps. I wrote it several years ago.... https://missionstuffs.blogspot.com/2018/01/heel-strike-its-not-just-for-discipline.html
  7. Very popular method. He speaks the truth. Google "Fartlek"
  8. My wife got me an automatic pet feeder Xmas 2016. That week was the last time my cat has scratched at the door and woke me up at 5am wanting food. Priceless!!
  9. Pain on the outside of the knee, that occurs during runs partway in, is more often than not IT Band Syndrome (Iliotibial band). That's the direction I would look, and by what you've said I'd guess it's rather minor at this point. BTW Yes, I had it. Took me out of 2016 Marathon training. The below website is how I cured it and made a season comeback and ran the mini. A couple things about ITBS: You can't foam roll the IT Band(You can, but it won't do anything). It's a fallacy. It's connective tissue. It's hard and tough and is designed to be tight. You can't, and wouldn't want
  10. Slow to notice this post so sorry.... Disclaimer for US bikers - I know 125cc isn't considered a "real bike" in US This is an ongoing item with snooty bikers but doesn't apply to all of us. Many bikers wont give "The Wave" to scooters and mopeds because they aren't real motorcycles. Then their is the sect of us who don't have Harley's and attitudes. We respect all cyclists. Hogs, Mopeds, Scooters, classic 125cc bikes, and bicycles. If you're in the wind, you're in the wind my brother. you deserve the respect, and the camaraderie. Don't pay any attention to
  11. Just going to have to go back to target practice for the duration
  12. Does he collect race swag? Most runners LOVE race participation medals. Wall racks for them are epic!! https://www.amazon.com/s?k=running+medal+rack&ref=nb_sb_noss_2
  13. My opinions... Best way for weight loss is diet. Cardio is for fitness and a healthy heart. Do the cardio you enjoy. Lose that weight with a fork. Also, interestingly, I've read lifting burns more calories than cardio. In addition it builds more muscle which burns more calories when at rest. Food = Control weight Lift = Makes you strong and antifragile Cardio= Makes a healthy heart.
  14. I'm going to share my battle. Due to Epilepsy, Brain surgery, and recovery for my wife I fell off the wagon for 2 years!! Gained over 45 pounds. Lost my anti-fragility and my muscle mass. I started be climb back up 2 months ago with diet(and lost 20 lb back). 2 weeks ago I started running. Yesterday I Lifted and then went for a mile run where I think I almost died. In 2017 I ran a Marathon. 26.2 miles, and yesterday I almost passed out from a mile. Yet I don't feel down..... Several years ago, Steve Immortalized me in his blog. He made me a superhero. I'm not very superhero f
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