Sierra Ledge Rat wrote:SeanReedy wrote:...If you aren't in an important race, walk down the steep hills...
Why didn't you tell me that sooner? Like 20 years ago?
If had know that, I might still be running today.
Instead, I spent the night trying to find a position to get my knee from aching and keeping me awake.
LesterLong wrote:I hate running.
Ben Beckerich wrote:I used to run, and I probably will again someday... but I stopped 6 months ago, due to knee injury, and somehow still climb just as hard as I did
Blah on running
Cissa wrote:I don´t worry about time, though. I try to keep heart frequency at aerobic level at all times, that is about 70%, sometimes nearing 80-85%, since this will be the constant heart rate I´ll be in while climbing in altitude.
geagleiam wrote: Also I wouldn`t advise the people above 35 years of age to do it at all.
Chris Simpson wrote:Interval running / power hiking steep trails (45 deg) with semi flat sections for sprinting 4-5 times per week has had a huge impact on my performance. I did this for about 1 month before my first ever hike which was Iron Mountain in the San Gabriels. The training made it easy.
radson wrote:Running up big long hills even better. I'll keep it under 2 hours though. So just up to a halfy in length.
Ben Beckerich wrote:I not only fore-strike, but I generally stay on my balls.. I'm sure I'd be sore
'Course, it's all just bravado till I get me sum 5-fingas.
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