Isso sim foi um desafio pra mim!!!
Primeiro pedal de rua (fui de MTB) nem bike eu tenho, fui com a do @marceloomelo_ 🙈 nunca tinha feito transição, não tinha noção nenhuma de como seria, pq eu não treinei pra isso, fui pra me divertir, pra testar e pq gosto de desafios.
Saí molinha da bike, tive câimbra muuuito forte no quadríceps no km 2,5 da corrida, sofri, sentei, chorei, chorei muuuito, era muita dor, algumas pessoas presenciaram e viram meu sofrimento, levantei, e segui com as forças do meu coração, pq as pernas já não respondiam, a minha cabeça até que tava forte, mas o meu corpo estava chegando ao limite, eu só rezei, pq era tudo que estava ao meu alcance naquele momento, rezar 🙏🏼 essa prova sem dúvida foi superação total pra mim, uma brincadeira que me mostrou que eu sou mais forte do que eu imagino, e que desistir não faz parte de mim!!!!
@marceloomelo_ obrigadaaaa pelo apoio, por me alongar, e por não me deixar desistir!!! ❤️🙌🏼🏃🏼♀️
Uma coisa que venho aprendendo é: “colocar o coração em tudo o que faz, é a única coisa que vc precisa fazer pra ver algo dar certo, do resto a vida cuida!!”
@fredvilarinho obg pelos treinos e por me deixar cada dia mais forte 💪🏼, @fernandacancella obg Nutri por elaborar meu plano alimentar de acordo com as minhas loucuras 🤪, @ultimatenutritionbrasil obg por oferecem o recovery mais 🔝 foi ele que me ressuscitou 🙌🏼, @sempreacademia parabéns pelo evento 🔝 espero que venham mtos outros por aí 🏃🏼♀️🚴🏼♀️, @unimedituiutaba parabéns pela iniciativa do projeto #CicloVida 👏🏼, @marceloomelo_ obg pelo patrocínio da bike 🚴🏼♀️😂
E triatletas vcs têm todo meu respeito e admiração, realmente vcs são fodas 👊🏼👊🏼
@thallesvilarinho obg pelo 📸👊🏼
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I ran the Rome marathon the month before my first BQ. I was just getting back into shape after taking 2013 to deal with health issues & barely running.
Back then to run my first BQ (3:28)- all I had to do was run easy & then run a long run weekly where I tried to keep a steady pace. I didn't know then about nutrition, strength training, hard workouts, recovery, and mindset. I wanted to be the runner I am today (+ more) but was working with limited knowledge. To make significant improvements since that time, I've had to literally change EVERYTHING. The good thing is that if you WANT MORE out of your running- it's 100% possible to accomplish it. I see so many things in how I trained (or barely trained) that I would have told 2014 Kim to change up. Just like today there are things I'm looking to add to my training & adjust in my training that I know will make me a totally different runner.
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Birthday run = run your age •
Man wird ja immerhin nur einmal 21 🎊🎊
Also den schweren Beinen von gestern etwas Dampf gemacht und let's go.
Zwar wegen Terminen und Uni auf zwei Läufe aufgeteilt (14km+7km ) aber Challenge geschafft🤘. Jetzt gönn ich mir Pancakes und lege die Beine hoch. •
Noch einen schönen Montag
Happy Monday Everyone!! We want to give a shout out, to one of our most hardworking, committed and dedicated members/athlete.
She did a couple races over the last couple weeks. Crushed both of them with easy!! Hard work and preparation.
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I swear we didnt plan this! 5k belated Turkey Trot with @liz13hendrix and @supermarioxc! I ran a time of 24:52, and probably have not run a 5k in under 25 minutes since my early 20s. The difference in time is only a fraction of the changes I have made fitness and personal wise. So excited to keep seeing the progress I can make and shoutout to Jonathan @10silestrength for helping me get fast and strong
Can we talk about Raynaud's please. Who else suffers? When did it get so cold?
Some facts: Raynaud’s phenomenon is a common condition. It affects up to 20% of the adult population worldwide. There may be as many as 10 million people with the condition in the UK.
Primary Raynaud’s usually begins in your 20s or 30s. Secondary Raynaud’s can develop at any age, depending on the cause.
Raynaud's is slightly more common in women than men.
But what is it you may ask?
Raynaud’s phenomenon is a common condition that affects the blood supply to certain parts of the body – usually the fingers and toes.
It's often referred to as Raynaud’s syndrome, Raynaud’s disease or just Raynaud's.
Why does it happen?
Raynaud’s is usually triggered by cold temperatures, anxiety or stress. The condition occurs because your blood vessels go into a temporary spasm, which blocks the flow of blood.
This causes the affected area to change colour to white, then blue and then red, as the bloodflow returns. You may also experience numbness, pain, and pins and needles.
Symptoms of Raynaud's can last from a few minutes to several hours.
It's not a serious threat to your health, but can be annoying to live with, because it can be difficult to use your fingers (and feet in my case). Other parts of the body that can be affected by Raynaud’s include the ears, nose, nipples and lips.
In many cases, it may be possible to control the symptoms of Raynaud’s yourself by avoiding the cold, wearing gloves and using relaxation techniques when feeling stressed.
If you're unable to control your symptoms yourself, then a medication called nifedipine may be used.
For more info see the NHS website.
Off to find a really thick pare of socks!