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Runners Unite! [Any Runners out there?]
I for one was running 10 miles a day before I biked into a brick mailbox downhill 30mph. Now I'm getting fat by eating and geekifying with my linux stuff.
So anyone a runner? How much do you run a day? On any teams or whatnot?
Well I don't run owing to frequent attacks of a medical condition called 'laziness', but I walk a lot. Sometimes my feet are so sore I have to stay in and hack my box, chat on IRC and strum my axe. It's a neat arrangement: the act of staying fit allows me to be lazy ...
Seriously though, I would like to give it a go over the Winter. Any tips for getting started?
This old thread may be of interest.I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it. - Pablo Picasso
08-23-2006 #4Originally Posted by carlospontiRegistered Linux user #270181
- Join Date
- Jul 2005
- Ottawa, Canada
Hey, back to LF after like months of innactivity
Anyways, i try to get out for a run as much as I can...usually almost every day. But unfortunately haven't been able to go daily as I was able to earlier in the summer. Work has caught up with me...everyone is leaving and I just get more hours.
And I usually frequent the gym 3 times a week too.
I used to jog religiously.
Then I found cigarettes.10" Sony Vaio SRX99P 850MHz P3-M 256MB RAM 20GB HD : ArchLinux
14" Dell Inspiron 1420N 2GHz Core2Duo 2GB RAM 160GB HD : Xubuntu
08-24-2006 #8Originally Posted by ImNeat
Yesterday I went to the supermarket, and the pretty girl on the checkout smiled sweetly at me. "Would you like a promotional pack of cigarettes?" she asked ...I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it. - Pablo Picasso
I don't really run, but I mountain bike like crazy, especially now during the summer. During the last 8 days, I've been on my bike 6 times, for an average of a bit more than 2 hours a day. I'm also waiting for a few days of constant good weather so I can go hiking to Slovenia's highest mountain (2864 meters, about 8500+ feet, not really that much). I go skiing in the winter whenever I can (this usually depends on my wallet, a day pass is about 20 euros, add a beer or two, something to eat...).