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Welcome to RunMore!
Greetings and welcome to RunMore! We are the premier athlete-owned and operated community on Skool, dedicated to assisting you in achieving your fitness goals. Whether you're seeking guidance to kickstart your journey or stay on course towards your personalized fitness objectives, we're here for you. If you have questions regarding training and competition strategies for the year, or if you're curious about how individuals are progressing toward their goals, Feel free to drop a comment in the general discussion. Explore and learn from the experiences of those who have paved the way before you!
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Leave a Comment and Say Hi!
While you look around, head on over to the comment bar and say hi! Leave a note about who you are, how much you run and what your goals are! Thanks so much for joining RunMore! Courses COMING SOON!!!🚀
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A Runners Bible on How to Get Fast - Daniels Running Formula
My schedule and why it works. Linked below is my personal training schedule I use everyday and for the sake of everyone's betterment I would like to share what I do each day and why. This will be the basis of pretty much every quality running program out there!!! I base almost 100% of my training off the principals of a book by a physiologist and an American Olympic athletics coach named Jack Daniels. Daniels wrote the book "Daniels' Running Formula" which teaches a variety of different plans for various distances, various abilities and ways of calculating the correct pace for each workout. If you're interested in giving it a look over, Click Here! If you'd like me to make a post covering each different type of workout (Easy run, LSD, Threshold, Interval, and repetition) or anything else you may have a question about, Leave me a comment!🙂🚀 Hope this helped someone!!
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A Runners Bible on How to Get Fast - Daniels Running Formula
Tips for Beginners/Novices - Buy Nice Shoes :)
Ill be honest, I've been running for a long time and it wasn't up until recently when I first invested into some really nice shoes. So its not to say that this is a necessity for your improvement in the sport by any means. How ever, it does have its benefits which may be nice to note, So I thought I'd share... Buying nice shoes: 1. It encourages you to actually put them to use! Its a simple but effective technique for helping stay on top of your game. Buy something mid-light weigh but durable and with good structure to it. I always make sure mine have good support around the heel but that's more of a preference. I've found that while Nikes and Adidas are wonderful gym shoes and trainers and people enjoy running in them because they're soft and comfy, Unless you go really high end and expensive they don't offer nearly enough support and they aren't as durable so you'll end up spending more in the long run. For the longest time I wore nothing other than a good pair of Asics from my local Sportchek and they did me fine. I prefer Hokas over anything else as a daily shoe. I wear a pair of Hoka Bondi 8s as my daily mileage shoe and a pair of ASICS GT1000 11 runners as my indoor/speed work shoe but I may be upgrading to something more lightweight and tailored to indoors. Both pairs are good shoes that hold up well for what I need them for and make me happy to put them on, especially when they were newer. 2. They help ward off injury In my experience and conversations with professionals in the athletic field I have found that a good pair of runners will only really last you approximately 500km each. This is important to note since a pair of shoes which are past their prime lose their ability to protect your feet and joints from the repetitive nature of running. Wearing shoes that don't offer enough support can cause soreness n other areas due to your bodies compensation of that lack of help. Notes; An alternative to buying lots of new shoes would be to simply work on extending the life of the shoes you already have. You can own multiple pairs of shoes, rotating through multiple pairs which distributes the stress you put them through evenly so they all last longer. Dry them out when they're wet since repeated water can damage some shoes and give them bad odor. Run on the proper surface for the pair of shoes youre wearing, trail shoes on dirt and gravel, Road running shoes on pavement, etc. Road shoes aren't built for the trail, and trail shoes wear out faster on rough concrete.
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Tips for Beginners/Novices - Buy Nice Shoes :)
"The magic you are looking for, is in the work you are avoiding"
Recently I have come across many videos on YouTube, Instagram, Tiktok, and even Facebook all of this guy named Chris Williamson on a podcast with Alex Hormozi. Chris brings up this quote from a man named Diper Parmar, The President and CEO of System Level Solutions Inc. Chris is adherent to this quote, and for good reason. I apply this principal to every area of my live including school, work, but especially running. The only way you will ever have the chance of touching the magic is through the work you avoid. The stretches you DONT do, The cooldown jogs you DONT finish, the strength training that DOESNT get done. From my personal years of experience, There isn't one practice or run that you will ever skip that will be your down fall. It will be the slow accumulation of these things that will cause injuries and slow progress. What do you think? Is the magic in the work that is done? Or the work that isn't...
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