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Running Fanatics

Totally fanatical about getting in shape, and reaching your goals? Join other excited runners and share running routines, exercise plans, eating tips, and racing achievements. I'm totally excited about having you in our group. The sky is the limit !!

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Alex D Running Fanatics Tribe

I always run with my Garmin, but the major use there is to measure distance.  I rarely push for times using it for standard runs.  During races, if I am chasing a PB or a specific time I use the pace information but mostly it is just a distance an...

Chris C Running Fanatics Tribe

I agree with most everybody on this discussion.  I think the GPS has it's place and time, but also think that we should look beyond the tech. sometimes.  Regardless of the GPS or not, I feel that my improvements at least recently hasve been on eff...

Kevin G Running Fanatics Tribe

Sports-iqgold Kevin G answered the question Running in the snow yet?

Snowed heavily in Sheffield while staying with the in laws at Christmas. Made trail look stunningly beautiful, but snow had compacted so very icy and dicey. Enjoyed 10km run without worrying about time, And now it's l...

Brenda D Running Fanatics Tribe

I used to run with ' run keeper' to actually measure the distance to different running routes. I love to enjoy my runs and not to be thinking about times. I listen to the radio or to some music. i only get my times at races and sometimes I'm very...

Kevin G Running Fanatics Tribe

Never been a slave to a watch and never will be. I run for health, fun, fitness, happiness, socialbility  and none of those show up on my watch. When I run races or for times and PBs, then a watch becomes a great monitor, tracker and adviser and I...

Phil T Running Fanatics Tribe

I've been using my Garmin for a few years now and after a few technical issues with it I'm seriously considering chucking it in a drawer.  I've noticed I'm constantly looking at for distance and pace etc and judge whether I've had a good run or no...

Archie H Running Fanatics Tribe

 Sometimes in life circumstances fuel our emotions. At these times if we're not careful, our training regimen can be altered. I'm careful to fulfill my workouts, even when struggling with hurt feelings or struggles. What have you learned in life t...

Vaunette C Running Fanatics Tribe

Thank you Brenda for sharing informaion about your brother-in-law. That gives me comfort and hope. I've never worn a heart rate monitor but am looking into it now. I'd really like to get one I can wear on my wrist vs strapping one around my chest...

Brenda D Running Fanatics Tribe

Oh Vaunette..... So sorry !!!!!!! My sisters husband has CAD and got a stent in. He's quite athletic and since then he has kept up all his exercises .He does keep on eye on his heart by wearing a heart monitor while he's doing exercises. I reckon...

Brenda D Running Fanatics Tribe

The Dublin sprint triathlon. The nerves before the swim. Having to run up to your bike and try and take wet suit off as quick as you can and the run after the cycle. Quite challenging and great fun!!!!!

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