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Dan Hewins
(hewinsd) - F

Locale: Chihuahuan Desert
goings on on 03/11/2012 17:07:57 MDT Print View

Sounds like there has been a lot of action lately between coyotes, injuries and healing. I'll second the notion that it takes a few years to build a strong base and several of us have been compressing preparations into a few months. Everyone take care and good luck working out any kinks.

Wow only 4 weeks to go!

I am going to be running with:

Salomon XA Advanced Skin S-Lab 12L Set Pack
1.5L bladder Heed - Taking Premeasured HEED servings in baggies for refills
2x 0.5L Platy w/ bite valves (1x H2O - to cleanse the palate, 1x Perpeteum - for the return)
Gu Gels (flavor variety)
Assorted candy/Salty snack foods
S! Caps
Advil
Sun Screen
Bodyglide
Salomon S-Lab Calf Sleeves
Smartwool Arm Sleeves
Pat. Nine Trails wind shell
Small foot care/first aid kit
Black Diamond Sprinter headlamp
Sugoi lite gloves
Space blanket

Clothes/Shoes:
Pat. Cap. 2 T-shirt
Salomon EXO S-lab Shorts
Buff - for around my head/neck - doubles as a bandage
Salomon XA Cap
Drymax Trail Lite socks
Saucony Progrid Peregrine

Unless Eugene comes through with his end a dare and buys a pair of "banana pants" that I'd then have to wear...

Edited by hewinsd on 03/11/2012 22:56:31 MDT.

Eugene Smith
(Eugeneius) - MLife

Locale: Nuevo Mexico
"2012 R2R2R Group - Training Log's" on 03/11/2012 22:36:19 MDT Print View

Really sorry to hear Adan. I can definitely feel your pain having gone through that mess before, ITBS is a bastitch, not running because of it is even worse. Keep your head up.

If you need any help or have questions about dealing with ITBS shoot me a PM. I had a nasty bout myself two years ago and found a few things that helped with the healing process.

Art ...
(asandh) - F
2012 R2R2R on 03/12/2012 09:37:59 MDT Print View

If you ever feel like whining ... Read This.

Geoff Roes Iditarod 2012

Edited by asandh on 03/12/2012 12:29:23 MDT.

Eugene Smith
(Eugeneius) - MLife

Locale: Nuevo Mexico
"2012 R2R2R Group - Training Log's" on 03/12/2012 12:16:30 MDT Print View

@dan,

There will be no banana pants happening man.

@Art,

That's an incredible feat, Roes is diehard. I can't imagine what it takes to push through and endure something of that nature/scale. Pain and suffering is relative, ill do my best not to whine or snivel in April, in the event I do I will pack a handkerchief or tissues.

On a different note, temps are supposed to near 80F this week, maybe a little heat running before April.

Art ...
(asandh) - F
Re: "2012 R2R2R Group - Training Log's" on 03/12/2012 12:26:00 MDT Print View

will the banana pants make us faster ?

second and final long run on the Old Goats 50 course last Saturday (22 mi.)
close to 7,000' of gain and my legs are slightly toast.
need to run the Old Goats gauntlet in two weeks before I can think seriuosly about the RRR. but its not a goal race, just a training race, so as long as I don't DFL, I'll be satisfied just finishing.

Edited by asandh on 03/12/2012 12:27:20 MDT.

Eugene Smith
(Eugeneius) - MLife

Locale: Nuevo Mexico
"2012 R2R2R Group - Training Log's" on 03/12/2012 13:07:43 MDT Print View

I think the banana pants will only make you look faster.

Good luck out there Art, may your trails be rogue coyote and cougar free.

Hiking Malto
(gg-man) - F
Re: 2012 R2R2R on 03/12/2012 13:12:12 MDT Print View

"If you ever feel like whining ... Read This.

Geoff Roes Iditarod 2012"

The beautiful thing about the internet...... Just when you think you are crazy, you can read about someone even crazier and it makes you feel normal.

Dan Hewins
(hewinsd) - F

Locale: Chihuahuan Desert
IT band work on 03/13/2012 21:31:54 MDT Print View

@Adan

I was listening to this week's Ask the Ultrarunner and at 50mins in they discuss ITS and some conventional remedies.

Adan Lopez
(Lopez) - F

Locale: San Gabriel Valley
ITB on 03/14/2012 00:19:07 MDT Print View

Awesome, thanks Dan!

Mike M
(mtwarden) - MLife

Locale: Montana
Food on 03/14/2012 20:00:11 MDT Print View

Think I've got my food figured out :)

bringing 6 2 scoop packs of Perpetuem 11.4 oz; 1620 calories
Clif blocks x6 13.8 oz; 1200 calories
Clif gels x3 3.3 oz; 330 calories
Clif bars x3 7.2 oz; 750 calories
peanut butter & jelly sandwich 5.0 oz, 500 calories

40.7 oz (glad that weight goes away!); 4400 calories- that should sustain my svelte 190 lbs :)

in other news my leg sleeves came and they do feel good on, not 100% sure they are helping, but then again my calves are still doing good

exactly one month out gents!!!! :)

Art ...
(asandh) - F
Re: Food on 03/15/2012 07:55:01 MDT Print View

looks like a solid nutrition plan Mike.

Dan Hewins
(hewinsd) - F

Locale: Chihuahuan Desert
Re: Food on 03/15/2012 08:17:55 MDT Print View

Looks good, Mike. One suggestion is to make sure your stomach is happy with the Perpetuem (if it's not new to you then disregard the following bit) - it's a pretty complex drink and some people can't process it. It may be a good idea to start with water and heed and then go to Perpetuem, but it varies. I'd also pack a few extra gels 5+ they're life savers - I often just let the gel sit in my mouth and dissolve on a long climb.

Less than a month now..!

Eugene Smith
(Eugeneius) - MLife

Locale: Nuevo Mexico
"2012 R2R2R Group - Training Log's" on 03/15/2012 13:23:50 MDT Print View

....the final countdown.

Mike M
(mtwarden) - MLife

Locale: Montana
perpetuem on 03/15/2012 20:27:32 MDT Print View

Eugene- nice choice :)

Dan- I've been using it on my longer runs, knock on wood- no problems w/ it thus far; probably good advice to throw in a few more gels- they do give good bang for the buck, can't say that I'm overly fond of them though- could probably say the say for Perpetuem for that matter- I know the P&J is going to taste good though :)

MIke

Adan Lopez
(Lopez) - F

Locale: San Gabriel Valley
ITBS on 03/16/2012 09:39:10 MDT Print View

@Eugene, sent you a PM last week, let me know if have any tips for me.

Art ...
(asandh) - F
Re: perpetuem on 03/16/2012 09:47:32 MDT Print View

Mike - I find perpetuem much more soothing on my stomach than gels over many hours of use. Taste is a personal issue, I've grown to really like it.

Craig W.
(xnomanx) - F - M
"2012 R2R2R Group - Training Log's" on 03/16/2012 22:38:22 MDT Print View

Looks like I'm going to have some trouble getting a long run in this weekend, but I've got plenty of other ridiculousness planned...Riding the Wolfpack Marathon Crash Race race on Saturday night (actually Sunday morning). I'll be rolling to the start at 2AM, mass ride to the starting line starts at 3AM, race at 4AM. Should probably be running the marathon, but this is way more fun.

http://wolfpackhustle.com/marathon-crash-race/

A cool video:
http://wolfpackhustle.com/videos/
Click the upper left video for the 2011 crash race.

Best part- looks like it'll be pouring rain.


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I'll be making up for the lost long run next weekend by biking then running across Joshua Tree (almost 40 miles each way).

Adan Lopez
(Lopez) - F

Locale: San Gabriel Valley
Wolf pack hustle on 03/16/2012 23:24:25 MDT Print View

Atta boy Craig! Get some!

Always wanted to get on one them hustle rides, maybe next time, I had too much going on this time. And in the rain! Sick man. Be safe.

Eugene Smith
(Eugeneius) - MLife

Locale: Nuevo Mexico
Wolfpack Hustle on 03/17/2012 00:02:14 MDT Print View

Here's to you coming out unscathed and in one piece Craig!

Look's like one wild ride. I caught that brief cameo of Robbie Miranda in the video from the site, loved that guy when I was a kid.

torrey saylor
(everyday) - F

Locale: south rim
donut-training R2R2R on 03/17/2012 10:19:43 MDT Print View

Well, Im not injured, however, I spent the last 9 days visiting my boyfriend and getting my car repaired in West Covina, so, I have done no trailrunning, and no working out at all! I have spent time walking to Krispy Cream and to Target to get more easter candy. So , im back at it today, but I feel im starting all over with only like 20-something days to go!lol...I also gained like 9lbs when there! ha. ..I can still do under 12hrs though, as there's no KrispyCreams out here! ;) -see ya guys soon! Stop gettin injured!