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During a run there are great deal of influences on your heart rate: Wind: Wind can be a great factor in lowering/raising your HR. 2 days ago i did a run in 3 bft. Running with the wind/against the wind at a constant pace did change my heart rate by 5 to 10 bpms Fatigue: The further you run, the more fatigued the muscles get. This causes your running form ...


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Were you aiming just for 10k or half marathons I would recommend using bike to perform HIIT, focusing on improving cardiovascular ability. Because you want to do marathons and ultras I would recommend that you practice by running long distances, 5-6 days a week, every week, for a year or two. Once you have completed a marathon or ultra then you should look ...


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One ex sprinter I talked to mentioned similar pain from running long distance. The doctor told them its common for sprinters to have problems adjusting to the different running form needed for long distance since sprinters paw or run on their toes alot.


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Progress to zero drop shoes, and slowly progress to a forefoot strike. Had months of problems with this and ended up being compartment syndrome. It will shift the focus from your shins to your calves. Progress slowly and strengthen your calves every other day, otherwise you risk other injuries. I found running forefoot in zero drop shoes (or barefoot) is the ...


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If you're interested in not carrying water or carrying smaller quantities, you could be creative with your running routes. Find a neighborhood, running track or path where you can park your car to retrieve water. By running short loops or out-and-back patterns, you can either simulate a race by getting water every two miles or, what I prefer, which is to ...



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