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Old 08-16-2018, 05:47 PM   #7101
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Re: Realities of Natty Training: Loco vs Kipchoge at the Berlin Marathon

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Gorgeous. Is that a chug?
She is supposedly a Frenchie, but got her cheap for a Frenchie. So might be a mix, but I don't care about that.
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Old 08-16-2018, 05:54 PM   #7102
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8/15 W9D2 Road to Berlin
6 miles 47:35

Feeling pretty good, slight ITB band issue but this time on left knee. Pain probably 1/10.

8/16 W9D3 Road to Berlin
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Incline bench 3x6 155
Pulldowns 3x8 140
Smith rows 2x12 115
Weighted hypers 3x10 +75
10 min easy cycling
15 tabata cycling intervals

Feeling close to 100%, everything. Good because I have a brutal brutal two days of exercise coming up.

Officially around 153-154, so ultratinybro weight division. Shout out to my boys (spenda, W, sharksandwich, pocket hercules) and a couple of more who also dabble in the ant weight division (Renton, krunic and floppy).
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Old 08-16-2018, 06:23 PM   #7103
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Re: Realities of Natty Training: Loco vs Kipchoge at the Berlin Marathon



welcome to the dark side, fellow tinybro.
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Old 08-16-2018, 06:24 PM   #7104
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Re: Realities of Natty Training: Loco vs Kipchoge at the Berlin Marathon

Are you using a barbell for the hypers?
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Re: Realities of Natty Training: Loco vs Kipchoge at the Berlin Marathon

Dumbo looks like part miniature pinscher, Baebee looks like Frenchie and Boston Terrier mix. Both cute.
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Old Yesterday, 06:09 PM   #7106
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Are you using a barbell for the hypers?

Back when I was a tinybro I use to do barbell for 155x8. But then when I became ultratinybro, I got super sore with a 110lb dumbbell. So now I am doing three plates of 25lbs. Very light but I can't risk injury or even soreness. I hate running sore.
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8/17 W9D4 Road to Berlin
8 miles 1:09:47
143 heart rate

Look how much tougher this was according to heart rate relative to my 18 miler (136). Say hello to elevation and climbing. This was at 6000 feet and I went to 6750 feet. Tough.

So yesterday I decided to to go to Seattle to get these runs in. Flight cancelled at airport. Told them take me to San Fran. Sold out. Told them to take me to Portland. Yes but get there at 4am. I was panicking and then finally settled in on Santa Fe, brutal elevation but 60F. Give me. Airline attendant thought I was a psychopath.
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8/17 W9D4 Road to Berlin
8 miles 1:09:47
143 heart rate

Look how much tougher this was according to heart rate relative to my 18 miler (136). Say hello to elevation and climbing. This was at 6000 feet and I went to 6750 feet. Tough.

So yesterday I decided to to go to Seattle to get these runs in. Flight cancelled at airport. Told them take me to San Fran. Sold out. Told them to take me to Portland. Yes but get there at 4am. I was panicking and then finally settled in on Santa Fe, brutal elevation but 60F. Give me. Airline attendant thought I was a psychopath.
That's some true loco right there. I definitely admire the commitment though. I'm not even joking a little bit.
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Re: Realities of Natty Training: Loco vs Kipchoge at the Berlin Marathon

That was the best story I've read all week.

And just like that, you redeem yourself!
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Will fly somewhere to train but won’t fudge his PR time to get a better starting position? Just looking for an excuse not to hit a qualifying time I guess. Definitely a little innerEV kicking in there.
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Will fly somewhere to train but won’t fudge his PR time to get a better starting position? Just looking for an excuse not to hit a qualifying time I guess. Definitely a little innerEV kicking in there.
SHATS FIRED

I hope you know loco has never backed down from a fight.



I leave it to you to figure out which one of them is loco.

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Re: Realities of Natty Training: Loco vs Kipchoge at the Berlin Marathon

Yeah, that’s real **** right there.
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Old Today, 01:41 PM   #7113
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8/18 W9D5 Road to Berlin
16 miles 2:14
Avg heart rate 141

Got smashed by elevation and rolling hills, that's all I had. Just went by biofeedback and 141 heart rate for over 2 hours is nothing to sneeze out.

This is a Hanson method long run. Their max long run is 16 miles but they preexhaust and go in fatigued. I ran 8 miles yesterday and a total of 44 with this one, the last 5 days. So I will take this.

There was a large dog on the trail and he got all nasty on me. I had to turn around in fear and run the other way. This was at mile 13, I was facking pissed. Grabbed a rock and turned right back around. I was so on tilt I was ready to smash it's head in, don't fack with my runs!! But he scattered once he sensed my anger and 10 oz rock in hand. I ran with that thing for at least a quarter mile, I was worried he might change his mind and chase me.

You can't see the dog action here, but this is what 16 miles looks like on a topo map.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BmoOq9Wn...=18pteg6xxy0rz

Week9 44 miles + 1 cycling session

One more long run left (hopefully better conditions so it's real long).
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