Tag Archives: Heart Rate

Elevate Running Camp 2011 – Adult Camp

Sometimes someone else summarizes points better than I ever could. I’m providing a link to one camper’s review of the recent running camp held in Flagstaff, AZ at Northern Arizona University. Here’s Rob’s take on camp lessons and applications. Enjoy reading … Continue reading

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What to Look for When Choosing a Treadmill

[This post is courtesy of Aaron O’Connor from treadmillreviews.net.] Although running outside is nice, it is always a good idea to own a treadmill. That way, when the weather’s bad you don’t have to worry about falling behind on your … Continue reading

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Elevate Running Camp 2011 – Summer Retreat

There are still slots available in both the youth and adult camps. We already have 6 states represented (Runners from 8 different states attended last year.) Sign up now – the deadline is coming! The youth camp (8th-12th grades) will … Continue reading

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HR Training – More Responses

A question or two were posed in a thread on HR training. One key was that the HR of an individual doing a walk-run approach to training, seemed too high and asked if she should not run at all because … Continue reading

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