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saikuro525
post Dec 11 2012, 11:13 AM


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running can easily cause knee problem if you do not land properly,
that's why barefoot running, VFF pops out. they are saying that barefoot running helps to land properly (mid foot strike) which reduce the direct impact to knee when you normally run with shoes on (heel strike). i personally tried barefoot running before, my knee doesnt hurts anymore but i can find something on my ankle. i have low arch and over pronation problem. anyone else tried barefoot running before feel free to share your experience please
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post Dec 11 2012, 11:14 AM


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QUOTE(auhckw @ Dec 11 2012, 10:48 AM)
Just did Run For It 6 2012 - 12km (GPS - 11.6km).

My PB today against previous PB @ Park City run. I improved but route different la.
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After I had breakfast, I saw the last person. With 5 bikes and 1 van escort. No one at sight could be seen in front of her...
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Good run...

The benefits of coming in last... VIP escort! I must try this some time, don't think it requires much effort hehehe
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post Dec 11 2012, 11:18 AM


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QUOTE(auhckw @ Dec 11 2012, 10:48 AM)
Just did Run For It 6 2012 - 12km (GPS - 11.6km).

My PB today against previous PB @ Park City run. I improved but route different la.
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After I had breakfast, I saw the last person. With 5 bikes and 1 van escort. No one at sight could be seen in front of her...
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Awesome brother, you did it again!! Hit it again Malakoff this Sunday?? brows.gif brows.gif

QUOTE(wh0cares @ Dec 11 2012, 11:00 AM)
Run For it 6
# 6 Men Open, 48min 20sec
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Wow!!!! Super human!! Respect respect respect!! notworthy.gif notworthy.gif
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post Dec 11 2012, 11:26 AM


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QUOTE(saikuro525 @ Dec 11 2012, 11:13 AM)
running can easily cause knee problem if you do not land properly,
that's why barefoot running, VFF pops out. they are saying that barefoot running helps to land properly (mid foot strike) which reduce the direct impact to knee when you normally run with shoes on (heel strike). i personally tried barefoot running before, my knee doesnt hurts anymore but i can find something on my ankle. i have low arch and over pronation problem. anyone else tried barefoot running before feel free to share your experience please
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U can also land properly without going barefoot. Barefoot running is not the only way U can land properly. With practice, U can land midfoot with normal shoes.
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post Dec 11 2012, 11:38 AM


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QUOTE(auhckw @ Dec 11 2012, 10:48 AM)
Just did Run For It 6 2012 - 12km (GPS - 11.6km).

My PB today against previous PB @ Park City run. I improved but route different la.
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After I had breakfast, I saw the last person. With 5 bikes and 1 van escort. No one at sight could be seen in front of her...
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Good job!!! when u have ur new outfit, i m sure u will become faster!!! biggrin.gif
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post Dec 11 2012, 11:40 AM


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QUOTE(wh0cares @ Dec 11 2012, 11:00 AM)
Run For it 6
# 6 Men Open, 48min 20sec
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when can u train us jek ? brows.gif thumbup.gif
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post Dec 11 2012, 12:19 PM


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QUOTE(auhckw @ Dec 11 2012, 10:48 AM)
Just did Run For It 6 2012 - 12km (GPS - 11.6km).

My PB today against previous PB @ Park City run. I improved but route different la.
» Click to show Spoiler - click again to hide... «


After I had breakfast, I saw the last person. With 5 bikes and 1 van escort. No one at sight could be seen in front of her...
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Good job, brother. Did you join the Malakoff this sunday? smile.gif

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YK, you should train us too, brows.gif
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post Dec 11 2012, 12:23 PM


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QUOTE(johny2k @ Dec 11 2012, 12:19 PM)
Good job, brother. Did you join the Malakoff this sunday? smile.gif
YK, you should train us too,  brows.gif
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Thanks smile.gif Yes, going Malakoff. I heard tough route with plenty long climb sweat.gif

Yeah, sifu wh0cares train YK... then sifu YK train us

Btw, tomorrow is 12-12-12. So remember to run 12km rclxms.gif

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post Dec 11 2012, 06:46 PM


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QUOTE(firewire @ Dec 10 2012, 05:02 PM)
i used to do Wangsa Maju 2.xKM loop from 2009-2010, a great training ground if you dont mind the boring loop, have to run 5 times to equal a 10KM distance

great because the slope is trains you to become stronger runner, giving you more powerful legs

now i'm running in Bdr Utama/D'sara Utama/Kayu Ara/Persiaran Surian since 2011
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Great I'll try it sometime. dont mind the loop coz so far i run mostly in TTwangsa.

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post Dec 11 2012, 07:33 PM


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QUOTE(blhc @ Dec 10 2012, 08:36 PM)
awesome!  laugh.gif

makes you appreciate running so much more!
compare it to a marathon, ill rather take a marathon any day!!
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i'm there to do aid support for the walker need helps .. nod.gif
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post Dec 11 2012, 10:42 PM


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new people reporting ~
glad to know u guys, shunazai here~
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post Dec 12 2012, 08:55 AM


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QUOTE(wh0cares @ Dec 11 2012, 11:00 AM)
Run For it 6
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when want teach us run..... notworthy.gif notworthy.gif
saw u guys sprint dam fast, manage to follow leading pack around 1km then u guys pull off so fast
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post Dec 12 2012, 09:32 AM


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anyone knows/have info about Melawati 10k 2013 this coming January?
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post Dec 12 2012, 10:16 AM


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QUOTE(yewkhuay @ Dec 11 2012, 11:38 AM)
Good job!!! when u have ur new outfit, i m sure u will become faster!!! biggrin.gif
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I am new and struggling to sayur one runner by the name of Ms Wai Kay.
Are you sure with the new outfit I can become faster and can help me to sayur Ms Wai Kay. If yes, please do it fast as I cannot wait dy.
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post Dec 12 2012, 12:53 PM


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QUOTE(realstingzz @ Dec 12 2012, 09:32 AM)
anyone knows/have info about Melawati 10k 2013 this coming January?
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I don't but I'd like to know too! Can't find it anywhere on the net.


Anyway, lately I've been getting tired so soon during my runs. I seriously don't know why. I am thinking it could be the new running shoes that have more cushioning than my previous ones, ie more energy absorbed (?). Could the seniors confirm my theory?
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post Dec 12 2012, 01:51 PM


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QUOTE(reventon16 @ Dec 11 2012, 06:46 PM)
Great I'll try it sometime. dont mind the loop coz so far i run mostly in TTwangsa.
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I stay and run around Wangsa Maju, can PM me and let's run together on some training days =)
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post Dec 12 2012, 07:35 PM


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I went and participated in the walking event recently. But a strange thing happened so I would like to understand it was all about.

So this 12 hours walking event, I was there for 9 hours, where 8 hours were spent on walking while 1 hour was for one short meal break and to get my protein shakes from my car. I walked a distance of 39 laps which should be more than 42km (according to my GPS, one lap is slightly more than 1km).

When I felt like I had enough, while I was queuing up to collect my medal, I felt slightly nausea, my vision blurred and I lost my balance. A kind elderly man supported me and told me to sit down and someone got me some isotonic drinks. After a very short while, I felt that everything was back to normal and I got back on my feet and drove off.

So now, I am wondering, what exactly happened?
I ran out of fuel? I did not exactly had a decent meal before the event started and neither did I brought along anything except for some cookies. Not too sure about the accuracy of my tracking app but it says I walked a distance of 52km and burned up 5074kcal and 2.6litre of fluid. I suspect it somewhere about 46km because I noticed that it lost track of my position twice.
Dehydration? I felt that I did keep myself hydrated as I was took both water and isotonic drinks, periodically. Perhaps not sufficient enough as 2.6litres as I did not felt it was necessary as I was not sweating as much as running.
Fatigue? The event started at 8pm and I walk on and on until 5am with no longer than 10 minutes rest and I only stopped for 3 times or so. I was awake since 10am before it started. All the while I didn't feel tired, just leg muscles are sore and toes are hurting a little bit.

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Hey, guys. Help my friend to ask got anyone want to let go this sunday MalakOff 12KM Men`s? Just do PM me, thank you.
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QUOTE(RedShirt @ Dec 12 2012, 07:35 PM)
I went and participated in the walking event recently. But a strange thing happened so I would like to understand it was all about.

So this 12 hours walking event, I was there for 9 hours, where 8 hours were spent on walking while 1 hour was for one short meal break and to get my protein shakes from my car. I walked a distance of 39 laps which should be more than 42km (according to my GPS, one lap is slightly more than 1km).

When I felt like I had enough, while I was queuing up to collect my medal, I felt slightly nausea, my vision blurred and I lost my balance. A kind elderly man supported me and told me to sit down and someone got me some isotonic drinks. After a very short while, I felt that everything was back to normal and I got back on my feet and drove off. 

So now, I am wondering, what exactly happened?
I ran out of fuel? I did not exactly had a decent meal before the event started and neither did I brought along anything except for some cookies. Not too sure about the accuracy of my tracking app but it says I walked a distance of 52km and burned up 5074kcal and 2.6litre of fluid. I suspect it somewhere about 46km because I noticed that it lost track of my position twice.
Dehydration? I felt that I did keep myself hydrated as I was took both water and isotonic drinks, periodically. Perhaps not sufficient enough as 2.6litres as I did not felt it was necessary as I was not sweating as much as running.
Fatigue? The event started at 8pm and I walk on and on until 5am with no longer than 10 minutes rest and I only stopped for 3 times or so. I was awake since 10am before it started. All the while I didn't feel tired, just leg muscles are sore and toes are hurting a little bit.
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Hey there, firstly congratulations! Its not easy starting that race, let alone finishing it!

Your condition is clearly after effect of over exerting what your energy stores is capable of. You mentioned you didn't have a decent meal, plus the fact that u felt better after after taking in isotonic drinks shows that you are pushing your body over what your energy stores(glycogen) is sufficient for. Hence the nausea. You burned 5k calories, that is more than a marathon itself, did you train for the distance? Eat more prior and work less to store your energy. If everything remains same, an average man who does sports need around 3k calories a day, if you can't supply that to your body on regular days, then 5k is stretching your body too much.

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post Dec 12 2012, 08:53 PM


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Hi All, just wanna ask noob question here. I am overweight (105kg) and now I start to go jog/walk and hope it can help reduce my weight and make me healthier. Can u guys recommend what kind of shoe (prefer adidas or nike) which is suitable for me (overweight and flat feet) because my 'tapak kaki' feel very 'lenguh' after jog/walk. I dont know whether it is ok to ask the question here as I may not considered as a runner. Sorry for my bad english.
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