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Apr
6
comment Alternatives to a normal meal after running?
After a 10 km run, you don't need any more protein than what should already be present in your everyday food.
Apr
5
comment Best routine to lose weight?
@yisrael is right. Exercise can help you keep your weight, but loosing weight is purely an "energyIntake-energyUse" function. If you spend more energy than you consume, you will loose weight. Note though that the body have all sorts of smarts to conserve energy when it is in a deficit. So usually, you loose weight in the very beginning and then the body makes up for this by being more energy efficient. Exercises can then help keep the energy usage higher than what would otherwise be the case.
Apr
5
comment Alternatives to a normal meal after running?
You write: However, as far as I know, these "solutions" are not healthy. What is wrong with fruit? And exactly how much do you drink after the run?
Mar
17
answered Physical fitness and bronchitis
Feb
14
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
13
comment How to keep your feet from heating up during your run
I had this problem some years back - it turned out that I had a "fallen forefoot" (not entirely sure about the English term). A custom-made EVA insole helped solve the problem.
Sep
21
comment How significant is the difference between running on a sidewalk vs a paved road?
My primary reason for running on the roads rather than on the sidewalks, has always been that the roads usually are way smoother than the sidewalks. On the sidewalks (in DK) I often see small holes and tiles that are not quite level making it easier to trip and hurt yourself.
Sep
18
answered Why include sprint workouts in a training program focused on long distance?
Sep
18
answered Is running 20km or more each weekend too much?
Aug
16
comment Breathing during running
Just found this: strengthrunning.com/2015/08/how-to-breathe-while-running
Aug
16
comment Breathing during running
Just found this: strengthrunning.com/2015/08/how-to-breathe-while-running
Aug
13
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Jul
28
comment Breathing during running
I usually do 2:2, but then also change it from R-L to L-R every 2-3 km. This way I get (almost) the same benefits as 2:1, but I don't have to think about it while running. I find it very hard to do 2:1 properly and usually end up out-of-breath in very few minutes.
Jun
14
comment What happens to people who are sitting 8-10h per day?
I like your examples.
Jan
26
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Dec
1
accepted Alternatives to the plank
Aug
13
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
5
comment Does this wear pattern on shoes indicate there is something wrong with gait?
@JohnP I agree with you on this specific set of shoes, but as the same is seen if you track or run, it can still be relevant. Having said that, I agree this is on the very border...
Jun
5
comment Does this wear pattern on shoes indicate there is something wrong with gait?
@JohnP As long the the symptoms are the various sorts of pronation, I don't think we are too off topic... Or?