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(update) - I'm having a board game published! We'd appreciate your support on Facebook or on Twitter, as we prepare for a Kickstarter campaign in early 2014.


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Feb
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awarded  Commentator
Feb
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comment Knees hurt after running a few days in a row. Injury possible?
Conventional wisdom suggests avoiding increases in mileage (kilometer-age??) more than 10% per week, so it sounds like you might be overdoing it. If you aren't injured, then just pull it back. Go back to walking and short jogs and gradually build up.
Feb
16
answered What can I eat first thing in the morning before a workout when I have no appetite?
Feb
16
comment Is there any benefit of “real” running outdoors vs running on a treadmill in gym?
Aaron's comment deserves the (-1)
Feb
16
comment Chest workouts without pull-ups or bench-presses
Dips and pushups. How about fly exercises with (improvised) dumbbells?
Feb
10
comment Does eating Nestle Fitness Cereal for weight loss require other nutrition?
And a lover, and a warrior...
Feb
10
comment Does eating Nestle Fitness Cereal for weight loss require other nutrition?
FWIW... that is a TON of carbohydrates! My 1800 calorie daily intake has less than 100g of carbs (and 3x the protein, which helps my appetite and super huge muscles). But I'm just a stranger on the internet... :)
Feb
6
comment Using a Foam Roller
Thanks for this answer. Do you have any personal experience with specific rollers and/or instructional resources?
Feb
2
comment Is running on treadmills easier than running outdoors because the ground is pulled beneath the runner?
Friz, you haves proved my point. If you stand on pavement, you don't move. If you stand on the mile long treadmill for 10:00 (or whatever), then you'll be a mile away. It's not "the same work"! Your intuition doesn't gel with physics (work = F*D)
Feb
1
comment Is running on treadmills easier than running outdoors because the ground is pulled beneath the runner?
Guys, you have to WORK to create that momentum! And when I say "does not mean...", the idea is that the forces are not equal in magnitude nor direction. Biking is not running. Dead lift is not bench press.
Feb
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awarded  Editor
Feb
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revised Need to run every day - best way to stop?
Removing ambiguity so the universe will work more smoothly
Feb
1
suggested suggested edit on Need to run every day - best way to stop?
Feb
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comment Is running on treadmills easier than running outdoors because the ground is pulled beneath the runner?
"is the same as" does not mean what you think that it means.
Feb
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awarded  Teacher
Feb
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answered Is running on treadmills easier than running outdoors because the ground is pulled beneath the runner?
Feb
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awarded  Supporter