Friday, October 21, 2016

Weekly RunDown #7 (Oct 21, 2016)

As if running a 2:31 marathon was not hard enough:  Calum Neff Breaks Stroller Marathon Record

Even more incredible is running 3:56:33 at age 85 - Ed Whitlock runs sub-4:00 marathon at 85

Good article on developing ones aerobic system:  WHAT THE HELL IS THE AEROBIC SYSTEM? PART 1  (Part II is still to come)

Here is a helpful podcast over at Endurance Planet:  Tapering with MAF, What Else to Add to Your Training Log, More Recovery for Masters Athletes, and More (ATC 220)

Mario Fraioli’s Morning Shakeout for the week.  TUE’s (Therapeutic Use Exemptions) appear to be clearly the way many are finding a backdoor to improve performance “legally.”

Rickey Gates writes on A Day in the Life of Pete Kostelnick as he attempts to break the transcontinental record.

The Javelina Jundred will join the Ultra-Trail World Tour as a Future Race in 2016.  For those of you who know Will Rivera of the Running Soles store in Elizabethtown KY he is running this race on Oct 29-30.

Another Javelina Jundred video from 2014

A look at a day in the life of Pete Kostelnick's transcontinental record attempt

Here is a video of Ed Whitlock at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon this past weekend.

Highlights of this past weeks  (Oct. 16, 2016) Amsterdam Marathon

A little humor for the day

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