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I did some summer running but spent time taking it easy after I had Achilles tendinitis. I think it happened on a trail race but I'm better now

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Momma4407 - you're an ironWoman

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and I'm always so proud of myself for doing 2 in a week. LOL

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Yesterday jogged 6 miles in the morning and 6 miles in the evening. So today I was tired. I could only jog 3 miles. Maybe tonight I will try another 3.



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Today is National Running Day. Will be running in the evening - emoticon . Still trying to get up for the morning emoticon

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I started running again about a month ago. I live in Pensacola, Florida and the summer days can get very hot. I have been getting up and on the road by 6am. I usually run/walk for an hour and I come in drenched with sweat. I wear a hat to help with the sun.
If I do not go early in the morning I try to a least get out and get in a walk around the block several times in the evening but it is still hot out at that time!

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That's what my daughters and I are going to do...start running in the mornings...

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I plan to move my running from evenings to mornings. That is proving harder than I thought. Been at it since beginning of May and I've not been able to get outside in the morning once. But as it gets hotter I risk not running in the evening because I'll have to wait later to do it and then hunger and ready to finish the day sets in. I'm aiming again for Wed. to do it. emoticon

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I went for a run last Friday and it didn't happen. I started, but I felt so weak. I ended up walking instead. I am going to try again Tuesday.

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Moonbird, I hear ya when you say "By the end of 3.5 miles I was feeling lightheaded and started shivering, and I remembered that can mean you're getting heat stroke..."

that's exactly what happened to me yesterday when I hit the 3.5 mile mark, I started shivering, feeling a little naseaus & dizzy. I was so drenched when I got home (and so relieved I made it!!)

and ready to do it again!!!

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I'm training for a 5K in September. I started a couch to 5K program 4 weeks ago. I'm on week 5 and have ditched the program. Last night I ran for almost all of my 26 minutes. I'm proud of myself because I was never really a runner. I played sports and would train for them but disliked running. I've found that I enjoy to run now. emoticon

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I have been running all summer because I really want to keep up with where I am at. I signed up for a half marathon in the fall and want to be prepared. I was worried if I got into a habit of taking time off in summer that it would set me back. I did take a week off after the 10k when I had some hip soreness, but that was in April.

I am running 3 days week right now, most weeks. I decided to start the half training early, and that way I could take my time with it and repeat weeks if I was feeling tired.

Running in the summer is SO much harder, and when I try to tell people they do not understand why. Well, for one, I am getting up at 5am because we have very hot humid summers. Most days are in the 90s and we've had a lot of days where it's over 100. Even though I get up early and the sun isn't out, it's very humid, usually 90% or more. So, that makes it hard for me to breathe as easily and I feel exhausted more easily.

It's very frustrating because I am way slower now than I was in the spring, and I know it's the heat and humidity. When it's cooler I can go much faster. I know I shouldn't let it bother me, but it does. I simply can't push myself to go that fast now.

I did a run in 95 degree heat one day. I hadn't planned on it, but that morning I woke up with a headache and wasn't feeling well, but by later in the day I felt fine, so I decided to go to the gym. Well, when I got there, the gym was closed. I really didn't want to miss my run that day, so I went to a park nearby that has a trail that is completely shaded. The run is very hilly and I parked my car where the start is and left water in there, so every mile I stopped to drink and pour water on my head. By the end of 3.5 miles I was feeling lightheaded and started shivering, and I remembered that can mean you're getting heat stroke, so I got in the shade, drank water and poured more on me and then got in the AC of the car where after a few minutes I felt better, so I drove home.

I am so looking forward to fall. I'd rather run when it's 30 degrees than 75 or above!

I have gotten to where my fastest 5k time is 33:11, so I really want to beat that and get closer to 30 minutes. In the last year and a half I have improved a lot and running has made me very fit, and I love, even though sometimes I hate it. :)

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I will not do the treadmill for more than 20-30 minutes so in training for my November half marathon I've sucked it up and become a morning person. I'm amazed but I like it. I get up, let dogs out to do their thing, chug a glass of water and hit the road. Itís a good 10-15 minutes before I wake up and think ďI donít really want to be running, I could be sleepingĒ. Then I think, ďWell, eff it, Iím out here, letís rock thisĒ. Then itís done for the day and I get to be a couch tater in the evening if I want!!

I really donít mind up to about 90 degrees out if itís not too humid but being in NCÖ. Itís always humid.


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mostly treadmill running for the summer...lots of speed and incline intervals...it's helping! just registered for my second "real" race...The North Face Endurance Challenge-Kansas City-my second 10K...would like to improve my speed enough over the next 160 -ish days to shave off 5 mins from my May time of 1 hr/10 minutes.

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Yes, this can be a lifestyle for as long as you make it. I know what you mean about waking up and it's Fall, lol! My marathon training starts end of August and I'm being a bit lazy until then.

Sometimes, that can be a good thing. :)

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7/10/12 1:16 P

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I've been running in the late mornings because that's the soonest I can get out to run after shipping the kids off to day camp and picking my wife up after her night shift. I hydrate well before going out, take a full water bottle with me, and don't look to see what the temperature is until after I get back -- otherwise I'd be too tempted to bail : ) I recently moved up from C25K to 10K Trainer, so I'm currently out for a little less than an hour including warmup and cooldown. If it's ugly-hot out, I just run my time and don't worry about speed (not that I worry much about it in any other weather, either). I live in Minnesota, where it's pretty much winter when it's not hot, so I figure this is a long-term lifestyle change and I'm learning to work with what I've got weatherwise. Not that I won't be glad to step out one morning and realize that it's fall.... : )

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I've been running in the late mornings because that's the soonest I can get out to run after shipping the kids off to day camp and picking my wife up after her night shift. I hydrate well before going out, take a full water bottle with me, and don't look to see what the temperature is until after I get back -- otherwise I'd be too tempted to bail : ) I recently moved up from C25K to 10K Trainer, so I'm currently out for a little less than an hour including warmup and cooldown. If it's ugly-hot out, I just run my time and don't worry about speed (not that I worry much about it in any other weather, either). I live in Minnesota, where it's pretty much winter when it's not hot, so I figure this is a long-term lifestyle change and I'm learning to work with what I've got weatherwise. Not that I won't be glad to step out one morning and realize that it's fall.... : )

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Ah, that's much better, LOL!

My DD likes Nuun, as well. I like Accelerade and Endurox R4, available in powder form in large canisters. The first one is taken during the workout, the second is for recovery post-workout.

Like you, I like cooler temps; my best is at or around 45F, and I won't go out if the temp is past 86F (I'd rather swim or work out inside the gym). My DH and I are also opposites: he's cold when I'm feeling hot and vice versa. Must be a "woman thing," he says. Probably is :)

Well, hope you're well :)

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I didn't word that well. I am fine running until it is above 70; i am just happiest when it is between about 45-55, because I get so hot. I like to be cold. We laugh because I can be sitting in the same room as my Dh in a sleeveless top and shorts and he'll be in wool socks, long pants, and a hooded sweatshirt.
I have some great fizzy like tablets from nuun that revive me very well, especially in warm weather. I like too that I am not throwing away a bottle each time, as I would be with the bottled energy drinks.
I appreciate your concern!

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I take Optygen HP, and a Magnesium/Calcium supplement.

Most runners should be fine through 60-65F, thereabouts. If you're tiring in 50F temps, you might be trying to go too fast for your level of strength and endurance, or running the same routine that's just wearing your legs down. What's your workout like? Are you hydrating well enough, including with electrolytes? Are you taking vitamins? Is your nutritional intake balanced enough?

Lots of questions, I know; but, perhaps we can help you figure out why you're tiring out.

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What supplement do you take to help your legs? I tire way more quickly when the temps are above 50.

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Finally back from a brief hiatus and traveling, and now I'm a couch potato watching the Tour de France. You'd think I'd be inspired to get out on my bike and ride 25 miles around the neighborhood - not when it's triple digits and 90% humidity, are you kidding?

But, during the long holiday weekend (mine started Fri, back to work Thu), I did manage to get a couple of workouts in at the hotel fitness center and pool, which helped burn off the calories from enjoying good food and wine with my DH. :)

Do you ever find yourself looking at your upcoming schedule with trepidation? (sigh) I have a marathon in Dec, and my training for it begins Aug 5th. I have a super sprint that day which I committed to do with a woman I trained for her first half marathon a couple of years ago (now preparing her for her first marathon, that one in Dec), this will be her first Tri, a very short 300m swim and 11 mi bike ride followed by a 5K run...not even warmup distances for me but should be lots of fun...

So, why trepidation? I'm just not feeling that strong, these days. My pulmonologist - new addition to my medical team - thinks I should be fine and told me to take a couple of breaths with my rescue inhaler before I start the event and each long training workout. What I can attest to is that, without being able to oxygenate the blood flow to my legs, my legs tire easily. So, I've been taking a supplement to help that...

This getting old business is for the birds...!

Oh, well...so, we just keep swimming...keep pedaling...keep putting one foot in front of the other...

Hope you're all holding up in this crazy weather we've all been getting this summer! Anyone doing summer races?
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I run outside if the temps are under 70, which means I'm frequently out there about 5:30am. I love it. But we too are heading into nasty heat here in Wisconsin so I will probably get out on my bike the days I don't work. I bike to and from work too - good thing we have a shower and locker room!


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The treadmill is not my favorite machine, either, I'd rather be on the stair stepper (go figure). My daughter is getting really strong on the treadmill, though, and is almost at my pace. She is able to hold the pace for at least 5 mins per interval, now, too, and at 1-2% incline. I just worry that she may push too hard and re-injure her foot or ankle.

In any case, I still hate the treadmill, haha! But, it is what it is and you do what you have to do...

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i run at noon and try to shoot for 4 days a week. it's HOT, but i've acclimated myself pretty well, so it's not as bad as it could be. but there's no way around it--it is NOT even faintly enjoyable! i only run a 5K, so i'm not pushing the envelope too much. i make sure i get well hydrated before i leave and take water with me and then drink more all afternoon. sure would rather run in november tho!

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I run outside through the summer. Luckily enough, I tend to acclimate to the heat. But there are days when it's just too hot. I follow my heart rate monitor and how I'm feeling more than I worry about speed or distance during the summer months.

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Good to see you Alysia! and everyone!

I had a horrible first half of the year, one health thing after another. "A few weeks off" turned into nearly 5 months. Talk about starting to build a base all over again!
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I'm doing it though, slowly and thoughtfully. I'm training for a Half in October, which means long runs early on Saturday mornings. I'm in the PNW, so we're no near as hot as the rest of all y'all, but we're finally warming up. I had forgotten how tough 5 pm runs can be in 'the summer'.

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You guys who can run in the heat amaze me. Years ago I did a half marathon in Las Vegas and my biggest fear was heat. While the weather conditions were AWFUL (65 mph head winds, sand blowing everywhere, rainy), it WAS cool- actually cold that I needed leggings, a jacket and gloves.

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The treadmill is the worst (to me). If I'm going to run, I'd rather go somewhere!

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I am terrible in the heat. So far 90 is the most I have tried running in and even that day was overcast with a breeze. I think at least here in MI where is is supposed to be in the 100s for the rest of the week and part of next I think I'll be hitting the treadmill. I hate running there. I know the "books" all say it is easier to run the treadmill but I find it to be just the opposite.

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I took four weeks off before starting marathon training this week. 3 miles used to be a cake walk for me, and now every day has been a struggle. ACORALSEA is right, donít stop training!!!

Itís been getting warm in NJ, but the mornings are still cool. I did one treadmill run, and two outside runs this week. This morning I just could not wake up though. I even ran under sprinklers! Ah well. It happens.

Has anyone here tried the SPF running gear? If you have, have you found it to be worth it?

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I am in NC and we will be hitting triple digits for the first time starting tomorrow (only 95 today- a cool before the fire). I see people out there running in the heat and don't know how they can stand it!!!

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Wow, this month passed by so quickly! I haven't done much since the sprint triathlon on Memorial Day, mostly indoor workouts at the gym or riding my bike as early as possible. It's just too darned hot, and Central TX finally hit triple digit temperatures, yuk!

If you're out running in the heat, please remember to hydrate, hydrate, and hydrate, with both H2O and electrolytes. Dress in lightweight gear and sufficient sunscreen, and avoid the heat of the day, unless you're well acclimated to heat (I'm not). Also protect your eyes by either wearing a visor/cap or sunglasses.

Do you know the signs of heat exhaustion?

Is anyone crazy enough to run a summer series? We have one that a few of my buddies are doing.

Are you training for something coming up in the Fall? I have a marathon Dec 9, but, I won't start my full training schedule until Aug.

Are you taking some time off during the summer months? Remember that 1 week off means no significant reduction in your conditioning. 2 weeks off, you should still be fine, but don't push hard. 3 weeks are the max you can take off without a significant loss of conditioning, but, definitely will not be at peak. 4 weeks off and you need to start building your base all over again. So, if you're easing back during the summer, just try to stay active, do X- training, like swim or ride your bike, to maintain your overall physical conditioning.

Hope you're all well!
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