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    Well, it looks like the discomfort on the outer edge of my right foot on Tuesday and today (Thu) may have something to do with the Peroneus Brevis tendon. It doesn't hurt while I'm running but more of a discomfort and achy while I'm in the shower. Massaging it clears it right up but since my ankle is also feeling a bit week (no pain), I think it's time to lay low and use the elliptical or bike instead. No issues yesterday when I was on the bike (Wed).

    I guess I better stick with 3 miles instead of 5. No problems at the 3 mile mark but I start to get tired at 4. My heart and lungs love 5 miles and I love the few hours of nirvana after my runs but the rest of my body needs to catch up. I'll give it a week or two.

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    Wed - 78 min on the treadmill - fast walk/incline/jog
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    Day 2 of P90X didnt go so well...haha. It was Plyometrics. There was still like 37 minutes left when I stopped. I started late and ran out of time. I'll try not to make that mistake again, but its hard when I work from 8am-7:30 pm.

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    Signed up for my first bike ride, 2011 Collin Classic, 62 miles, scheduled for June 11th. I'll be riding in true form - slow. Hope it doesn't rain.

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    30 min on the weights then 72 min on the treadmill fast walk/jogging
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    44 minute circuit (85-95% max HR)

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    Only 30 minutes on the treadmill today...but at least I'm starting to do the aerobics instead of always focusing on the anaerobic exercises I prefer above. Have to start doing this because the weight is creeping up a few pounds. Age! Don't do it...stay young...if you can...but if you can't; crack open a cold one once in a while. lol

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    Crap....always happens, I get too obsessive/compulsive and end up hurting myself. Only lasted 2 miles tonight before I had to quit. I've got an incredibly sore spot underneath the inside of my right knee-cap. Below the medial collateral ligament and I think below the meniscus even. Any ideas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon1952 View Post
    Crap....always happens, I get too obsessive/compulsive and end up hurting myself. Only lasted 2 miles tonight before I had to quit. I've got an incredibly sore spot underneath the inside of my right knee-cap. Below the medial collateral ligament and I think below the meniscus even. Any ideas?
    Yeah, you and me both except different areas. Sign up on Runner's World and ask them. They'll probably tell you "R.I.C.E." - Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation or doctor visit. Take a break for a week or two and restart slower. May take longer. I tweaked my left knee on Plyometrics a few months ago and was out 4 weeks.

    Anyhow, walked all day shopping with the wife. At least I got in a few minutes with a pint of Sam Adams at The Londoner Pub. Oh, and I got a new MegaMind sized Bell bike helmet at Performance Bicycle to replace my 15+ year old Giro with straps that are about to snap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon1952 View Post
    Crap....always happens, I get too obsessive/compulsive and end up hurting myself. Only lasted 2 miles tonight before I had to quit. I've got an incredibly sore spot underneath the inside of my right knee-cap. Below the medial collateral ligament and I think below the meniscus even. Any ideas?
    Now this sounds familiar. I messed up my left knee doing too much too soon with a run a few years ago. I ended up going through physical therapy twice, two MRI's and two doctors. Best they could tell me is I needed to work on stability training and my upper leg muscles and that I did not tear my meniscus. being 6 foot 250 lbs doesn't help it either.

    My kneecap was actually fixed in place and wouldn't move after my injury. So they also had me manually move my kneecap up/down/left/right/twist to loosen it up. This was due to fluid in my knee mainly. Still do this occasionally today although its probably more by habit.

    Good luck, knee injury's suck.

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    Unless you're in the military or you have a specific need to be conditioned to run long distances, then I wouldn't recommend running/jogging to anyone. It's very hard on the feet, ankle, knees, legs, hips and low back. Exercise is to make the body healthy and strong!

    I'm in the high intensity strength training group. Train for strength, train hard and intense but do it in a slow controlled manner lifting what YOU can lift. Build and strengthen the muscles, have a good diet in place and the rest of the body will fall right in line!

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    Forgot to mention my total cholesterol is at 151. Lipitor works wonders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strong Bad View Post
    Unless you're in the military or you have a specific need to be conditioned to run long distances, then I wouldn't recommend running/jogging to anyone. It's very hard on the feet, ankle, knees, legs, hips and low back. Exercise is to make the body healthy and strong!

    I'm in the high intensity strength training group. Train for strength, train hard and intense but do it in a slow controlled manner lifting what YOU can lift. Build and strengthen the muscles, have a good diet in place and the rest of the body will fall right in line!

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    Great Advice...I'm off to the gym for 90 minutes of free weights.

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    Do you have hereditary issues with Cholesterol? Mine has run the gamut from 145 when I've been DIETING to 175 more recently. No history of high cholesterol in the family. But what I eat does affect my levels. I hit my high of 200 when I hit my peak weight before leaving for China (fall 2009) for a year. I was about 35-40 pounds over a more normal weight. So watch those calories boys--even those of us with no history can boost our 'numbers'.

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    there's nothing inherently wrong with running, or especially jogging, as exercise. If it's ALL YOU DO, then you're setting yourself up for problems. You should be conditioning the muscles that you need (especially knees) so running is not injurious, and you should know your limits, and STRETCH, but... saying people shouldn't run is dumb.

    As is taking Lipitor unless absolutely necessary. I know Ricardo's mostly just being a sarcastic douche (something I'm quite familiar with), but a sedentary lifestyle + drugs isn't "healthy," no matter what the numbers say. My cholesterol was borderline high (215) so I *gasp* lost 10 pounds and started doing more cardio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cnh View Post
    Ricardo, those are great numbers. How long have you been on the drugs?

    Do you have hereditary issues with Cholesterol?
    When I turned 40, my cholesterol jumped and stayed around 200 no matter what I did/ate. When I turned 50, it went up to 250. I started on Lipitor in October last year when it got to 280. Came down in less than two months.
    I get it from my mother's family; all my uncles have had bypasses.

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    As is taking Lipitor unless absolutely necessary. I know Ricardo's mostly just being a sarcastic douche.
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    Default thinking about gastric bypass

    Im up to 265, bloodwork no.s are all fud up.

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    All my dads side die young of heart issues.

    Just saw that they are curing diabetics with bypass.

    I have had 13 surgerys, all from a rigorous lifestyle, fighting or accidents, so they were repairs.

    my sister had bypass, sorta floated for awhile after a large weight loss,then got serious about nutrition, exercise and has transformed herself.

    she is happier than she has ever been, and she is now an even more insufferable, know it all bitch.

    The thought of a thumb sized stomach, and my guts getting cut up and rearranged sorta freaks me out.

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    Although this doesn't help Dragon at the moment, here's a recent (March 28, 2011) NPR article about running and your knees.

    http://www.npr.org/2011/03/28/134861...ill-your-knees

    Yes, it's true: Jogging, long thought to hurt knees with all that pounding and rattling around, may actually be beneficial for the complex and critical joint. There are caveats, though, especially for people who have suffered significant knee injury or are overweight. But for the most part, researchers say, jogging for your health seems like a good idea.

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    Wow..that's really interesting. I, however, have pretty much given up jogging because it does bother my knees--perhaps the real problem for me is the pounding my 'back' takes because I do have a little early arthritis there (not much) but probably enough to disturb the structure of things. Hence I do most of my lifting on a bench or on equipment that provides good back support. It's not like my back is that bad, but it's certainly STIFF in the morning when I walk up or if I sit too long--which is an occupational hazard in my line of work?

    Intuitively, this makes sense to me. I began noticing, in my 40s, that my lifting sessions caused more 'stiffness' than they did when I was younger but even as I continued to lift more or less at the same level for another decade I didn't feel any worse? Hmmmmm....seems to be similar to what's described in the article above. Of course I also take large doses of joint supplements. Maybe they work, maybe it's just a placebo but I'm still hitting the weights and that's all I need to know.

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    My workout for last Thursday:
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobman1235 View Post
    there's nothing inherently wrong with running, or especially jogging, as exercise. If it's ALL YOU DO, then you're setting yourself up for problems. You should be conditioning the muscles that you need (especially knees) so running is not injurious, and you should know your limits, and STRETCH, but... saying people shouldn't run is dumb.

    As is taking Lipitor unless absolutely necessary. I know Ricardo's mostly just being a sarcastic douche (something I'm quite familiar with), but a sedentary lifestyle + drugs isn't "healthy," no matter what the numbers say. My cholesterol was borderline high (215) so I *gasp* lost 10 pounds and started doing more cardio.
    Yes, that advise is only useful for the heavy lifters, but for an average person, wieghtlifting does nothing (well not as much) to your cardiovascular system and it sounds like an excuse not to do it. My goal right now is hour to hour and a half of hard cardio (running/stepper) each week. I try not to do more because then that would start to affect my lifting. Running too much does hinder muscle growth if you are trying to gain mass. However, running helps me on my burnout sets and makes me feel better overall. Don't take it for granted!

    Anyways, kind of a thread jacking question, but do any of you guys recommend a pair of headphones for running? Is water resistant necessary? The ones I have now keep falling out and are a pain. Oh well, I guess I'll quick cheaping out on ****ty headphones and get a nice pair.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tommyboy View Post
    Anyways, kind of a thread jacking question, but do any of you guys recommend a pair of headphones for running? Is water resistant necessary? The ones I have now keep falling out and are a pain. Oh well, I guess I'll quick cheaping out on ****ty headphones and get a nice pair.
    I use these on my bicycle and they:

    -Sound decently good
    -Never fall off.
    -Not too pricey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strong Bad View Post
    Unless you're in the military or you have a specific need to be conditioned to run long distances, then I wouldn't recommend running/jogging to anyone. It's very hard on the feet, ankle, knees, legs, hips and low back. Exercise is to make the body healthy and strong!

    I'm in the high intensity strength training group. Train for strength, train hard and intense but do it in a slow controlled manner lifting what YOU can lift. Build and strengthen the muscles, have a good diet in place and the rest of the body will fall right in line!
    I agree 100% with your analysis of running. I think it is overrated and simply a bad idea for many/most (ex-athletes with prior knee injuries, overweight people, etc). The article that has been discussed at some length here is not quite so critical as it should be about the dangers of running. Of course, if you are 5'10" and weigh 140 lbs, have no prior injuries, etc, then running may be for you. A colleague who I work closely with (she was my postdoc for a few years) recently ran a marathon -- just 6 seconds over the 2012 female Olympic qualifying time. Alas, she is now in a cast and can barely walk because of a severe stress fracture. The take-home message is that as soon as you feel EVEN THE SLIGHTEST DISCOMFORT when running, its time to STOP and do something else. There are countless routines/protocols that are really superior to running for overall fitness.

    On the other hand, the modern trend nowadays is to do circuit/interval training with relatively heavy weights. The problem is that as the weight increases in circuit exercises (say, doing squats, clean press, etc in a circuit), you basically collapse from exhaustion more and more rapidly, and that also increases the chance of injury, lengthens recovery time, and reduced overall calories burned. For about the last 5 years I have been experimenting with heavy-weight circuits and now am backing off the weight and ramping up the pure endurance aspect of the routine. For me personally, I feel better and the weight-loss aspect seems to be superior with the type of "easy" circuit I have been posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanjoachim View Post
    My workout for last Thursday:
    Each rep is factorial (example: for 3, you do 3 reps of each, then 2 reps of each, then 1, then rest 1m)

    3!
    Hanging power clean (95lbs)
    Front squat (95lbs)
    Jerk
    Run 400m

    4! (4, 3, 2, 1)
    Hanging clean jerk (95lbs)
    Front squat (95lbs)
    Run 200m

    5!
    Hanging clean to jerk +squat (95lbs)
    Run 100m

    Then 8m AMRAP (as many reps as possible)
    10 no-hand pushups
    5 muscle-ups

    Then 100 crunches.
    That is a very nice routine (I like how the running is integrated). I would recommend that others (who have access to Olympic weights and treadmill) try it.

    Here's an unsolicited suggestion: replace the front squat with an overhead squat in the first group, probably before the power clean :)
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