Discussion in 'Training Information/Training Regimens' started by jldeleon, May 27, 2014.

  1. jldeleon

    jldeleon Barefooters
    1. Oregon
    2. California...
    3. Washington

    Apr 9, 2011
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    I swore I would not run on pavement again. But that was when I was running 5-10 miles at a time. Now that I am starting over - and not even up to 1 mile, I think I am going to have to go back to pavement, until I can get up to 3 miles.

    My reasoning, is because, when I am on the trails, I can not adjust my gait, posture, etc. to balance my body out, because the terrain is too erratic to gauge what my body is (not) doing. Since pavement if flat, I can feel what is going on and adjust my body accordingly. Bummer. Oh well, at least I am still going to be hiking on the trails!

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