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accepted Can you take in too many electrolytes during endurance events?
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comment 8 Minute running with 5 minute rests okay?
What are your 'goals' here? If it is too simply stay active then this is fine. If you are working towards a performance goal you'll want to minimize the recovery at some point.
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comment How to avoid stomach cramps after running?
How long AFTER you run do the cramps start? Is it immediately or some short period thereafter? If it is not immediately, what are you eating/drinking afterwards?
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comment Is it safe to do jogging on asphalt?
I think you prove my point of 'there is not absolute/correct running mechanic', though people should be aware of desired running forms, efficiencies and areas to improve upon.
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comment Is it safe to do jogging on asphalt?
@JohnP - What specifically about the 170-180 SPM approach do you not like? Again not everyone should try to attain these sugestions, but a good cadence does prevent runners from bounding with their stride or having too much turnover. It's more of a guideline for runs that are not races or very slow jogs.
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comment Is it safe to do jogging on asphalt?
Agree with Ivo. Healstrike is ok. Forefoot landing is best, but healstrike can be ok if 1) you have properly fitted shoes and 2) your biomechanics are correct or efficient. Both of these are things ALL runners should strive for. How the foot strikes the ground (heal vs. toes) is not as important.
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revised Is aqua sprinting a good replacement for track sessions whilst injured?
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