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  • Come Visit Michigan - August 16-19

    Honored, #blessed, and seriously missing out.
  • lololololololollo

    TrainerRoad guys recapped this at the beginning of their last podcast.
    Apparently when they crash, Crossfitters bounce.
  • 5K Swim Questions

    I've done a bunch of long swims. For things longer than 4 miles, generally had kayak escort, so had fuel on board and took something (liquid) q30 minutes. Shorter, usually tucked a gel into my swimsuit in case I was about to die. Practice treading water in the deep end of a pool and drinking before hand if you're going to do so, because if you're like me, you'll nearly aspirate a few times. I'm guessing that if it's normal open water rules they won't let you get out of the water to grab anything.
    kjrunninM_WareCraig DAaronWebsteyTad_MRash
  • MI Coast to Coast - Anyone racing?

    Thinkin about doing this one instead of DK next year, schedule gods & travel companion-willing. DK's gone almost full-blown corporate, Ironman style.
  • Talk me into (or out of) a ultra distance trail run.

    Do it. You'll be fine. I've found that jumping into up to 25k is no problem off of regular old training (which for me is 2 trail shuffles a week, plus a bunch of bike miles). Did one 50k on gravel roads, that was much more painful and I'd recommend actually training for that. Plus there's usually whiskey at the trail run aid stations, which helps immensely. The variation in stress on your body from dodging rocks/roots/etc will tear you up much less than pounding a pavement marathon even though it takes longer.

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