!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WYLOSOWANI LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Tak się stanęło, że dwóch finisherów genialnego Ultramaratonu Magurskiego zderzy się z legendarnym Biegiem Rzeźnika w czerwcu 2019😃😁 Ok. 80km i 3650m przewyższenia - będzie GRUBO!!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 W tym roku wszystko się skomplikowało i byłem zmuszony wystawić swoją partnerkę... Zdrowie przede wszystkim, choć i tak często naciągam tą zasadę😏
Będziemy Damianku musieli przycisnąć LOL💪🏻
Good news: My foot feels great! After taking off 9 days to let the tendon in my foot calm down, I finally got out on the track. Bad news: I had to do 1000s again. Then we finished it up with 100s and bounding exercises. Sheesh. So Trainer showed me the video of me running, and my left arm is staying low and swinging side-to-side. I can hold it together for 150m, and then it starts to fall apart. You guys, I don’t even feel it! So now I’m having to exaggerate the movement until it feels natural. Anyway I still have an ice bath waiting for me. It got real, real fast. Ha. Hope everyone had a great training day! 🏃🏾♀️🌱 #run#vegan#trackandfield#masterstrack#beatyesterday#igrunners#runhappy
Good start of the day, just focusing on getting some time on the legs and getting my gait right. Beautiful morning for it. Recovery week completed after last weekends marathon, it's time to start pushing towards new PBs 😁
Navigating my limits:
The photo on the left is from October 2016 with a friend getting ready to run my 3rd half marathon. During that training, I was eating a #wholefoodsdiet, running and cross training 6 days a week, working full time as a teacher and I was about to run the worst race of my life. I felt off the last couple weeks of training and I knew something was wrong when I was gassed at mile 6, cramping at mile 10 and finished 15 minutes behind my training pace.
I ended up in the ER 2 days later because of chest pain and severe stomach cramping. The on call nurse thought I was having a heart attack when I called into my doctor’s office. This race marked a real turning point in my health. I discovered that I had #GERD and H. Pylori in the coming weeks. I was treated with an antibiotic and told to make dietary changes to see if I could figure out where my inflammation was coming from. 4 weeks later, I was pregnant and no longer able to treat my digestive issues because the medication would harm a fetus. I put everything on hold for the next 20 months during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
On the right is today, October 2018 supporting my friend who ran than same race! She did amazing and totally killed it! I was able to watch runners reach their goal and it was inspiring. I welled up with tears in my eyes because I was so happy for those runners who challenged their bodies to run 13.1 miles. I hope to get my body back in order so I can get myself out racing again!
Today was humbling because I want to run long distances again. I want to challenge myself in ways that I choose. I don’t want to being navigating my current health challenges- but I will continue on in my quest for optimal health. One day and one experience at a time.
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In the midst of a tough workout, I like to practice 2 things:
1️⃣. Positive self talk - after every mile that I hit my goal, I tell myself, “good job” or “you rocked that mile”. It’s amazing what a positive mentality will do 🙌🏽
2️⃣. I remind myself of my goals. Why are you putting yourself through this? When you’re tired and it’s at the end of a hard workout, the answer to “how bad do you want it” is often...”not that bad”. Is that true? Nope...but I need little reminders 😅. just that little reminder of “3:05, 3:05, 3:05” is enough to help me pick it up for one more mile after another.
My mantra this cycle is, “stay in it”. It hurts, yes...but it’s soooo worth it!!!
3x3 miles, first set 6:50-6:55, second set 6:55-7:00, third set 7:00-7:05. Splits are in my story 🙌🏽
“Be brave. Take risks. Nothing can substitute experience”
Ready for my next adventure😍 50K @echallengechile ...As I said yesterday, I’m a little nervous about the race only because it has a cut off time at 17K 🙈 •
I have run this race 2 times and this is the first time that there is a hard cut off 😩 ( for me) and this is what makes me feel worried about it! 😬
I really hope to make it🙌🏻 and I really will do my best to push as hard as I can! 👊🏻👊🏻( the elevation at this point is 3.200ft) I haven’t trained as I wanted, but I feel happy😀 and grateful🙏🏻 and this certainly will help!
Thanks to all my IG friends for the good wishes!🙌🏻 I really appreciate your love and support!💝
Best wishes to my 🥝 @ian.morgan ❤️ who will start his 100 miles tonight! ...Go babeee👊🏻👊🏻
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Leife Tjelta (expert scientifique Norvégien).
«Jakob Ingebrigtsen effectue ses tests chez nous pour connaître son seuil anaérobie (capacité du corps à maintenir un rythme intense pendant une période prolongée sans tomber dans une génération excessive d’acide lactique). Cette saison, le résultat est juste stupéfiant. Il est capable de courir à plus de 21 km/h (2'50 au km) sans générer d'acide lactique. Cela représenterait moins de 59'48 sur semi-marathon. Son père lui, le voit déjà sous les 59 minutes.»