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HELPFUL

Hints W

e are starting our 20th year at The Running Center and over the years many of the same issues come up regarding running or walking problems. I have discussed some of these problems in other articles but feel they should be revisited along with some hints about other foot problems.

your metatarsal arch which may eliminate the discomfort. There are heel cushions that will provide some comfort for sore heels.There is a sock you can wear when sleeping to help with sore heels when you get up in the morning. If you have a sore knee or IT band there are straps that might help you recover or ease the discomfort.

First of all, you must be fitted properly for your shoes. Most people wear shoes that are too short because feet get longer and flatter as you age. Your feet will get any where from a ½ size to a 1 ½ sizes bigger when you exercise.You must also be aware of the width of a shoe and make sure you don’t feel any excess pressure around the ball of your foot. If you are on your feet all day at work your feet will swell up just like you were running. That means you need to have a thumb nail or about an ½ inch from your longest toe to the end of the shoe and you should feel like you could “play a piano with your toes”.The feeling of freedom in the shoe will allow you to run or walk with less discomfort. One must also consider the depth of the shoe because if the shoe bothers your ankle bone when trying it on, that feeling will get worse. As you wear shoes they start to customize themselves to your foot, become a bit more flexible and your foot sinks a little into the shoe.

Inserts can be useful for providing additional support or cushioning. If you tend to roll in, try an insert that has a stronger medial post or feels a little stiffer under your arch. If you are running on concrete most of the time, try a cushioned insert and it will help your body absorb more shock. Concrete is about 10 times harder than the asphalt so give yourself a little more cushioning if you are on this surface most of the time.

Over the counter items can be useful to care for minor problems with your feet. If you have a sore Achilles tendon you might try putting a thin wedge underneath the heel of the insert, this will shorten the extension of your Achilles tendon and provide some relief. If the ball of your foot seems to be sore, there are metatarsal pads which can be placed just behind

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If you have access to a pool (not heated) when you get through running or walking put your legs, at least from your knees down, in the pool for 5 minutes.You will find this helps with reducing soreness. Roll a tennis ball on the bottom of your foot and this will help minor soreness on the fascia of your foot. If you can walk or run through minor discomfort you should do so because the body will recover. If a discomfort gets worse as you exercise you need to stop and look into the problem. If discomfort persists more than a week or so you need to see a medical professional to see the exact cause so you don’t injure yourself further. `Hopefully, this info helps and keeps you exercising in a pain free manner.

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SUNDAY JANUARY 19 7:00 AM

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SATURDAY JANUARY 25 7:30 AM

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SUNDAY JANUARY 26 8:00 AM

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SUNDAY FEBRUARY 2 7:00 AM

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SUNDAY FEBRUARY 16 7:15 AM

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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22 8:00 AM

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A race to benefit pediatric burn survivors

Race Date: May 2, 2020 Check in begins at 6:30 am x 5K Race starts at 8am and 1 Mile Fun Run at 8:05 x Starting and Ending in front of the Tampa Firefighters Museum and Tampa Fire Rescue Headquarters 720 E. Zack St. Tampa, FL 33602 x Packet Pick-up available at: Tampa Firefighters Museum 4-7 pm on April 29th Tampa Firefighters Museum 11- 5pm on May 1st Race Day Check-In at the Tampa Firefighters Museum

Race Ticket includes: x Dri-Fit Shirt for 5K Runners only x Finisher medal to all participants x Post-race Party at Tampa Firefighters Museum x Free food and drinks, music, raffle, prizes x Fire Department apparatus on site x Chip timed 5K x Awards to overall Top Male and Female x Awards to top 3 in each age group

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□ 1 Mile Fun Run: 1 Mile Fun Runners will receive a Medal (T-Shirts are for 5K runners only)

Entry Fee: 5K

$25 until 2/15/2020 x $30 2/16/2020 to 5/01/2020 x $35 Day of Race

Entry Fee: 1 Mile Fun Run $15.00 x $20 Day of Race Make Checks payable to Tampa Firefighters Charity Fund, Inc. and mail to 3116 N. Boulevard Tampa, Florida 33603 Credit card payment may be made at runsignup.com Search: tampa firefighter Go to Tampafirefighters.com for links and more information. All entry fees are tax deductible. Contact Lori Kristof with questions: (813) 229-7540 or lori@tampafirefighters.com

Waiver: In consideration of this entry, I, for myself, my heirs, devises, executors, administrators, and assigns hereby waive, release and discharge any and all claims against, Tampa Firefighters Charity Fund, Inc., organization, sponsoring or conducting this event, or their employees, representatives, or successors, for any and all damages or injuries I may suffer. I hereby grant permission for the free use of my name and picture in any broadcast, brochure, or account of this event.

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AL LOPEZ PARK

TAMPA, FLORIDA

MARCH 7, 2020

CHIP TIMING AWARDS & PRIZES AGE GROUP PRIZES

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5:30PM ULMER PARK

MAR 13, 2020 The 14th Annual Shamrock'n Run 5K and 1.5 mile walk in Largo's Ulmer Park features live entertainment, food and drinks beginning at 5:30 pm. For more information and registration form, visit largosports.com. Preregister by March 8. Ulmer Park is located at 301 West Bay Drive in Largo

5k (7pm): $20 pre-registered/$25 day of 1.5 Mile (7:15pm): $15 pre-registered walkers/$20 day of Clover Kid’s Fun Run (8:15pm): $10 (ages 7 & under)

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Croom Trail 50M, 50K, 16M Fools Run Don’t be a fool and miss and it!

Are you fool enough to run it?

Races: Croom Trail 50 Mile Fools Run * Croom Trail I'm not a Fool 50K * John Holmes 16 Mile Trail Run Where: Withlacoochee State Forest, NE of Brooksville FL (60 min drive N of Tampa, 80 min from Orlando) When: Saturday, April 4, 2020, 50M starts at 6:00am, 50K starts at 7:00am and the 16 Mile at 7:00am Course: The challenging 50 mile course follows 3 repeat loops on the Croom Hiking Trail through central Florida's long leaf pines and scrub oak covered hills, past creek bottoms and cypress ponds. There will be a 6:00pm cut off. The 50K race will follow the same course with 2 repeat loops and the 16 Mile Race is one loop. Amenities: Full-Color Tech T-Shirts, Race Packets, loaded aid stations, post race party, shower... Awards: Finisher Awards for the 50M/50K and Top Finisher Awards for the 16M Overall Male/Female/Master Male/Master Female will receive a special award Host Hotel: Days Inn 6320 Windmere Rd. Brooksville, (352) 587-9880. I-75/S.R. 50 intersection Ask for “Croom Fools Run” rate if you make reservation at least 3 weeks prior. Packet Pickup: Friday April 3 from 4pm to 7pm at the race start area and also Saturday April 4 Charity: Friends of The Withlacoochee State Forest Parking: Please try to carpool to the event if possible Contact: Call (813) 232-5200, email at fools@tamparaces.com, or go to wwwTampaRaces.com Entry Fees: Early Entry (until 12/31/19) Croom Trail 50 Mile Fools Run $90 Croom Trail 50K I’m Not A Fool Run $80 John Holmes 16 Mile Trail Run $60 NO REFUNDS or TRANSFERS. Event is limited to the first 250 entrants.

Later Entry (until 4/2/20) $105 $95 $70 RAIN OR SHINE

Checks Payable To: Event Operation, Inc. 2302 N. Central Ave. Tampa, FL 33602

Online Application: Eventbrite.com

Name _______________________________________________ Sex ________ Age ________ Birthdate________ Address ___________________________________________________ Phone:____________________________ City_______________________________________________________State____________ Zip______________ Email:___________________________________________________ 50M _______ 50K_______ 16M _______ T-Shirt Size S___ M___ L ___ XL ___ XXL ___ For and in consideration of Event Operations Inc. and USA Track & Field, Inc. allowing me, the undersigned, to participate in The Croom Fools Trail Runs; I, for myself, and on behalf of my spouse, children, guardians, heirs and next of kin, and any legal and personal representatives, executors, administrators, successors and assigns, hereby agree to and make the following contractual representations pursuant to this Waiver and Release of Liability, Assumption of Risk and Indemnity Agreement (the “Agreement”); 1. I hereby represent that (i) I am at least eighteen (18) years of age or older; (ii) I am in good health and in proper physical condition to participate in the Event; and (iii) I am not under the influence of alcohol or any illicit or prescription drugs which would in any way impair my ability to safely participate in the Event. I agree that it is my sole responsibility to determine whether I am sufficiently fit and healthy enough to participate in the Event, that I am responsible for my own safety and well being at all times and under all circumstances while at the Event site. 2. I understand and acknowledge that participation in track & field, road running, race walking, cross country, mountain, ultra, and trail running Events is inherently dangerous and represents an extreme test of a person’s physical and mental limits. I understand that participation involves risks and dangers which include, without limitation, the potential for serious bodily injury, permanent disability, paralysis and loss of life; loss of or damage to equipment/property; exposure to extreme conditions and circumstances; contact with other participants, spectators, animals or other natural or manmade objects; dangers arising from adverse weather conditions; imperfect course or track conditions; land, water and surface hazards; equipment failure; inadequate safety measures; participants of varying skill levels; situations beyond the immediate control of the Event Organizers; and other undefined, not readily foreseeable and presently unknown risks and dangers (“Risks”). I understand that these Risks may be caused in whole or in part by my own actions or inactions, the actions or inactions of others participating in the Event, or the negligent acts or omissions of the Released Parties defined below, and I hereby expressly assume all such Risks and responsibility for any damages, liabilities, losses or expenses which I incur as a result of my participation in any Event. 3. I agree to be familiar with and to abide by the USATF Bylaws, Operating Regulations, and Competition Rules established for the Event, including any safety regulations established for the benefit of all participants. I accept sole responsibility for my own conduct and actions while participating in the Event, and the condition and adequacy of my equipment. 4. I hereby Release, Waive and Covenant Not to Sue, and further agree to Indemnify, Defend and Hold Harmless the following parties: the USOC, USA Track & Field, Inc., its Associations and Sport Disciplines, Event Organizers, Event Directors and Promoters, Sponsors, Advertisers, Coaches and Officials; Venue and Property Owners upon which the Event takes place; Law Enforcement Agencies and other Public Entities providing support for the Event; and each of their respective parent, subsidiary and affiliated companies, officers, directors, partners, shareholders, members, agents, employees and volunteers (Individually and Collectively, the “Released Parties” or “Event Organizers”), with respect to any liability, claim(s), demand(s), cause(s) of action, damage(s), loss or expense (including court costs and reasonable attorneys fees) of any kind or nature (“Liability”) which may arise out of, result from, or relate in any way to my participation in the Event, including claims for Liability caused in whole or in part by the negligent acts or omissions of the Released Parties. I further agree that if, despite this Agreement, I, or anyone on my behalf, makes a claim for Liability against any of the Released Parties, I will indemnify, defend and hold harmless each of the Released Parties from any such Liabilities which any may be incurred as the result of such claim. I hereby warrant that I am of legal age and competent to enter into this Agreement, that I have read this Agreement carefully, understand its terms and conditions, acknowledge that I will be giving up substantial legal rights by signing it (including the rights of my spouse, children, guardians, heirs and next of kin, and any legal and personal representatives, executors, administrators, successors and assigns), acknowledge that I have signed this Agreement without any inducement, assurance or guarantee, and intend for my signature to serve as confirmation of my complete and unconditional acceptance of the terms, conditions and provisions of this Agreement. This Agreement represents the complete understanding between the parties regarding these issues and no oral representations, statements or inducements have been made apart from this Agreement. If any provision of this Agreement is held to be unlawful, void, or for any reason unenforceable, then that provision shall be deemed severable from this Agreement and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining provisions. ___________________________________________________________________ Signature (Parent or guardian signature is mandatory if participant is under 18) Date

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Sunday January 26, 2020 Run 3.1 Miles | Bike 10 Miles | Run 3.1 Miles The Duathlon is a marked 5k run, followed by a 10 mile bike, and a second 5k Run. There will be two waves of duathletes, 40 and under male/female and 40 and over male/female. You must leave in the correct wave in order to be scored correctly. This event has grown in popularity in the past five years and will close out at 500 entries this year.* We will not be a USAT sanctioned event this year*.We will enforce our rules of a safe and fair event for all duathletes. There will be drafting marshals on the course. A set of rules will be enforced by appointed staff. All athletes will receive a long sleeve Chilly Willy t-shirt . Also this year all finishers will receive a Finisher Medal The event is chip-timed and athletes will receive splits for each segment of the race awards are given three deep in each age-group in addition to the overall male and female finisher (3 deep). Our goal is to produce a safe and fun event. Bring your family and enjoy one of Pinellas counties best parks. We look forward to seeing you perform your chilly best at the Chilly Willy Duathlon! REGISTRATION: https://runsignup.com/Race/FL/StPetersburg/ChillyWillyDuathlon flraceplace.com

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January 12th 2020

Limited to first 500 registrations. by mail or at runsignup.com $25 by (12/26/19), $30 by (01/09/20), $35 (01/11/20) & Race Day

January 12th 2020

Sunday, January 12, 2020 Race Time: 8:30 A.M. Fees: Early $25, Pre $30, Race Day $35 12/26/2019

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LIABILITY RELEASE: In consideration of the acceptance of my entry in the 2020 -Kiwanis Adventure Runs ("the Run"), I, for myself, my heirs, executors and assigns, do hereby release and discharge The Kiwanis Club of Dunedin, Inc, Dunedin Kiwanis Foundation, Inc., Kiwanis International, Florida Kiwanis, The Florida State Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida Division of Recreation and Parks, all Run officials, Run sponsors, Run volunteers, and their respective executors, administrators, successors and assigns (hereinafter collectively called the "Releasees"), from all liability whatsoever, whether foreseen or unforeseen, from any and all claims, damages, bodily injury, property damage or death arising out of or in the course of my participation in the Run including, but not limited to, any injuries suffered by me based on the negligence of the Releasees. I have full knowledge of the risks involved in this Run including, but not limited to, falls, contact with other participants, effects of weather, course obstacles, wildlife, water craft, drowning, broken bones, sprains, etc., and I am medically fit to participate. In the event any claim against Releasees is adjudicated to be enforceable despite the language of this release, I agree that any recovery shall be limited to the available insurance coverage insuring the Releasees. In the event the Run is cancelled for any reason, I understand that entry fees will not be refunded and I will consider such fee as a donation to the Run. I give my permission for the free use of my name and/or picture in any broadcast, telecast or other promotion of the Run. To the extent that any provision of this release is determined to be unenforceable, I understand that the remainder of such provisions shall still be enforceable. I further state that I am of lawful age and legally competent to sign this release on my own behalf; that I understand the terms herein are contractual and not a mere recital; and that I have signed this release below of my own free will. I acknowledge that

NOTICE TO THE MINOR CHILD'S NATURAL GUARDIAN: READ THIS FORM COMPLETELY AND CAREFULLY. YOU ARE AGREEING TO LET YOUR MINOR CHILD ENGAGE IN A POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS ACTIVITY. YOU ARE AGREEING THAT, EVEN IF THE RELEASEES (AS THAT TERM IS DEFINED ABOVE) USE REASONABLE CARE IN PROVIDING THIS ACTIVITY, THERE IS A CHANCE YOUR CHILD MAY BE SERIOUSLY INJURED OR KILLED BY PARTICIPATING IN THIS ACTIVITY BECAUSE THERE ARE CERTAIN DANGERS INHERENT IN THE ACTIVITY WHICH CANNOT BE AVOIDED OR ELIMINATED. BY SIGNING THIS FORM YOU ARE GIVING UP YOUR CHILD'S RIGHT AND YOUR RIGHT TO RECOVER FROM RELEASEES IN A LAWSUIT FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY, INCLUDING DEATH, TO YOUR CHILD OR ANY PROPERTY DAMAGE THAT RESULTS FROM THE RISKS THAT ARE A NATURAL PART OF THE ACTIVITY. YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE TO SIGN THIS FORM, AND RELEASEES HAVE/HAS THE RIGHT TO REFUSE TO LET YOUR CHILD PARTICIPATE IF YOU DO NOT SIGN THIS FORM.

bikes, baby carriages, animals, and radio headsets, are prohibited in the Run.

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THE FITNESS CHALLENGE 34re ANNUAL

Florida's Oldest Reverse Sprint Triathlon

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Jan 11, 8am McGOUGH NATURE PARK The Turtle Trot is a family fun, chip timed 5K course race that will take participants through McGough and Bonner Parksâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; well kept, multisurface trails, boardwalks and on quiet neighborhood streets nearby. Run or walk. For more information, visit LargoNature.com.

$20 pre-registration $25 day of race

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RACE INCLUDES: SeaWorld’s Rescue Run Finisher’s Medal

Saturday, January 25

Commemorative SeaWorld Rescue Run Race T-shirt and Water Bottle

7:00 am Start Time

FREE Race Day Parking

REGISTER NOW

Post Race Exclusive Killer Whale Show Special Ticket Offer

Spend time with friends and family as you run, skip, jog, or scroll through SeaWorld’s Rescue Run! This 3-mile inaugural event benefits the SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund. Enjoy the relaxing ambiance of the park’s picturesque pathways and catch a glimpse of SeaWorld’s animals before you cross the finish line at Shamu® Stadium. At the conclusion of the event all participants and a limited number of spectators will enjoy an exclusive Killer Whale Show, the perfect way to wrap up your race. Race participants and guests can then stay and play following the event with a special day-of ticket offer. $50 for Early Bird Registration (Deadline November 15) $55 for Advance Registration (November 16 – December 31) $60 for Regular Registration (January 1 – January 24) $65 Day of Race (January 25) $10 Kids Fun Run 10% Discount for Military, Annual Pass Members, and Ambassadors

Returning Weekends Jan. 11–26, 2020 Meet the SeaWorld team and hear their personal stories about caring for our animals and learn more about their life-saving work. © 2019 SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, Inc. All rights reserved.

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5K Run / Super Fun Sprint Triathlon Sprint Triathlon / Sprint Duathlon International Triathlon & Aqua Bike

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“ONE OF 10 GREAT DESTINATION TRIATHLONS” ~ COMPLETE TRI St. Anthony’s Triathlon celebrates its 37th year in 2020 with a beautiful St. Petersburg setting, great fan support and tremendous competition. St. Anthony’s Triathlon is open to athletes of all ages and abilities. Join thousands of competitors from around the world to swim, bike and run through downtown St. Petersburg.

Act quickly, race spots sell out fast! Register online: SATriathlon.com

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Top Gun Triathlon 7-18-2020 Sprint Triathlon:

Swim .25 miles, Bike 10 miles, Run 3.1 miles North Beach at Fort De Soto Park (Shelter #5)

Sprint Duathlon:

Run 1.5 miles, Bike 10 miles, Run 3.1 miles North Beach at Fort De Soto Park (Shelter #5)

Aqua-Bike:

Swim .25 miles, Bike 10 miles North Beach at Fort De Soto Park (Shelter #5) Welcome new and returning Top Gun Triathlon participants! 2020 marks the 20th year for this event. Top Gun Triathlon is the largest sprint triathlon in the Tampa Bay area and is limited to 800 participants. This great local event traditionally sells out well before race day so please sign up today to guarantee your spot. Your entry includes a custom tank and shorts and entry to our great pre and post-race party. Complete race results with splits by Florida Road Race Management. www.thunderboltmultisport.com/Events/Top-Gun-Triathlon January/February

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Don’t Compare yourself to others, work on your potential… Often, we worry about others too much, “they are faster”, “they swim better than me” “I am too slow” etc., comparing ourselves to others can be the start of feeling ‘less-than’. Remember, no matter how skilled, they are also trying to be better, we are all trying to be better. One of the easiest ways to practice without the stress of race day, without the nervousness of race morning, is a mock practice, mock tri, mock duathlon, mock swim etc. Mock: to imitate (someone or something) closely to mimic, to simulate, Mock Race is o other than, covering the distance on the course you’re racing, this mock can aid you in your training; performance and most of all quell some nervous energy. Is not a race with finisher medals and/or official timing. This is simple a learning experience that offer the athletes participating to have an awesome opportunity to practice their own skills in a non-competitive, free of stress environment. For many years we’ve being doing mocks for our local races, and in 2020 we are planning a series of Mock Tri/events to help our triathlon community., Visit our group page and find the dates and locations: https://www.facebook.com/groups/398283924077226/ Mock Tri events with Coach Leo

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Timing in the New Year! Here are a few races we are timing near you!

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Brandon Half Marathon and 5k BRANDON, FL

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Holloway Park Half Marathon and 5k LAKELAND, FL

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BELLEAIR

Sunset 5K & Fun Run Saturday, January 25, 2020 5:00 pm 918 Osceola Road Belleair, Florida

EVENT DETAILS Race shirt for all pre-registered runners. Medals to Top 3 Male/Female 5K finishers in all divisions. Post Race Party with FREE beer and wine, music, food, yummy cookie bar, and so much more! REGISTRATION INFO *To receive Belleair Resident entry fee, registration forms must be submitted in person at the Dimmitt Community Center and provide proof of residency.*

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RACE COURSE DISTANCE (Are you getting what you’re paying for?) There are different methods that race organizers use to lay out and measure a road race course. And as most runners know, not all courses are as billed. For a wide range of reasons Race directors, event organizers and race participants should all be concerned about run course accuracy.

METHODS COMMONLY USED TO MEASURE RACE COURSES THE BEST & THE REST (or the Good, the OK, the Not So Good) x x x x x

USATF Certification Measuring Wheel Global Positioning Systems (GPS) Bike and Car Odometers Pedometers

THE BEST - USATF Course Certification USATF is the official certifying body of running courses in the United States. The USATF certifying process assures that the course is the exact length as advertised. USATF Certification assures runners that times will be based on a properly measured distance. Many race directors don’t know the difference between “Sanctioning” and “Certifying” a race. Race sanctioning is an agreement between the event and USATF to follow certain criteria, offer insurance, and receive “official” standing with USATF. An event that is sanctioned may or may not have a certified course. It is important for runners to know this, so they don’t assume the course is also certified. Certifying the route deals with the distance of the route, making sure it is accurate by using the Calibrated Bicycle Method of measuring, the only standard method used around the world and recognized by USATF. EDM (Electronic Distance Measuring) may only be used by a qualified surveyor, and is usually cost prohibitive for any race, so it will not be included in this discussion. As long as there are no changes to, or construction on the course, USATF certifications are good for 10 years. Records set on a USATF Certified Course at events that are also sanctioned with USATF, will be official, pending validation by USATF. Officially certified courses are also recognized by the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA). Measurement is done using a "Jones Counter” equipped bicycle. The Jones Counter is calibrated on the day of the measurement, both before and after the measurement. This assures that the course is accurate. If your course is more of a cross country race, then it will not qualify for a certification. But can be accurately measured for the day of the race. Examples of this are beach races, races that include a large piece of course over grass terrain like on a golf course, undefined trails, or shifting gravel or dirt roads.

Why Should Race Organizers Want A Certified Course & Why Should Runners Care? x x x x x

A record set on a certified course will be official, pending validation by USATF. Running on a certified course is extremely important to elite and other accomplished runners, particularly when course records and personal bests come into play. Most runners like to compare performances in order to gauge personal progress. Comparisons are difficult if length is suspect from course to course. Runners who pay an entry fee for a road race have a right to a properly measured course. Average runners and walkers want to be assured that they are getting what they are paying for when they sign up for a race and that the course is exactly as advertised. Races should use the course certification number to advertise on their website, allowing runners to download the map and become familiar with the course before they run it.

How to get your course certified

The easiest way to have your course certified is to hire someone who is already skilled at measuring for USATF certification. Prices vary according to each measurer’s pay scale, but be prepared to spend $400 to $500 for a typical 5k. You can measure your course yourself if you are sufficiently motivated and willing to devote the time and attention that it requires. A new measurer should be willing to invest about $400 in equipment and 30 hours or more of their time for a 5k. In either case, you will need to contact the USATF Road Course Regional Certifier for your state. This person can refer you to qualified measurers that you might hire. Or, if you choose to measure the course yourself, the Certifier can provide guidance to help you through the process. The USATF Course Measurement manual can be downloaded in PDF format from USATF.org. And there is an active blog on measuring with the Road Racing Technical Council at RRTC.net. When you are finished with the course measurement you will need to send the required paperwork to your state Certifier with a fee of $30.

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HOW NOT TO DEAL WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT WHILE RIDING YOUR BICYCLE

Brian is a practicing attorney, specializing in personal injury cases with a subspecialty representing cyclists in bike/ auto accidents. He is a lifelong resident of St. Petersburg, and has been active, as both a participant and race manager for in excess of thirty years. He has worked on all phases of race production, including being one of the early race directors of St. Anthony’s Triathlon; announces many races on the West Coast of Florida, and served the Florida Region on the National Board of Directors for USATriathlon for six years, and is the Past President of that Organization. Brian is also on the Board/ Executive committee for the Frogman swim, proceeds of which benefit the Navy Seal Foundation providing multiple forms of assistance to families of Seals who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our Country. He is married to Awilda, and remains active in our sports community as both a participant and as an announcer of triathlons, running events, and the Seal Frogman Swim across Tampa Bay. He can be reached at bch@bchfirm. com, or 727-515-9397.

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We have had two recent incidents I’ve been made aware of with bicyclist interaction with law enforcement that bear discussion. I’m not using any names, and to each of those individuals, I apologize if using your situation as a teaching moment offends you. I have inserted hypotheticals in both examples. First example: police officer incorrectly tells cycling group to get into single file on a road without designated bike lanes where it is not illegal to ride two (but not more than two) abreast. One of the cyclists yelled back at the officer words to the effect: “ we are allowed to ride side by side on this road.” While the cyclist was correct, it’s my advice as an attorney to all cyclists: don’t get into a yelling match with the officer who has an infinite number of choices of which ticket to write you if you piss them off. Not saying fair; but, I am saying it’s not the best way to guarantee a good outcome. Hypothetically, because I don’t have first hand information, such conflicts can quickly escalate. When that happens, the cyclist may want to insulate himself/herself by giving, upon demand, a false name to law enforcement. BAD IDEA! Now the interaction has escalated to the commission of a potential felony. Just because you are right, and correctly know the law, you have to pick the correct time to have such a discussion. Trying to show up the officer, even when the officer is wrong, in order to impress your fellow cyclists,or to prove a point, is not a good idea. Second example: you are riding home from one of our weekday rides; you are minding your own business on a residential street; a car turns in front of you, either striking you, or causing you to strike the car, but in any event, clearly violating your right of way. The officer arrives, starts asking questions that you don’t like, and besides, you’ve just been hit by a car, so you get a bit “uppity” with the idiot cop. BAD IDEA! First, it doesn’t matter who hit the other, what matters is who violated the other’s right of way. My experience is that almost no one starts the cyclist on an even keel with the motorist, including investigating officers. Understanding the adrenaline is pumping, and you’re upset, the last thing you want to do is alienate the officer on the scene. If necessary, take a step back, APOLOGIZE to the cop, and, under no circumstance, curse at the cop or at the circumstance where the officer may believe you just cursed at him/her. That won’t get you any favors with the officer Even though the officer’s decision as to who to cite for a violation will not be admissible in any civil court unless the cited party actually pleads guilty in traffic court, which rarely happens, what the officer chooses to do can definitely influence the insurance company and adjusters you may be dealing with if you are injured. In summary: keep your cool; if you can’t do so, back away and give yourself time to calm down; and be polite and professional with any investigating officer. To not do so is to invite unneeded trouble. Be safe out there.

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Shhh! Don’t tell anyone the secret of my faster race times! Meilus Muscular Therapy is unlike any previous therapy available. We analyze patients using an engineering approach to determine the source of pain; non-invasive robotic therapy is then used to make corrections. The musculoskeletal system is a series of cables (muscles) working levers (bones). We look at how one part of the body affects another, and then show how the therapy will help you. We will even show you how to treat yourself at home! Waste build-up in the muscles causes adhesions, or knots to form. Stretching beyond the knot will tear and injure the muscle. The therapeutic robot disperses the knot, lengthening the muscle without injury. Therbo® is an intelligent therapeutic robot that knows how to treat your muscle using precise, gentle pressure and can: *Make a change in your pain level in one visit without drugs, herbs,

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Early bird rate expires Feb. 28! Go to runsignup.com/parrforthecourse PARR Foundation PRESENTS

5th Annual PARR For the Course 2020 April 10, 2020, Babe Zaharias Golf Course, Tampa

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GOODIES 5K Chip-Timed, Commemorative T-shirt**, Raffle, Post-Race Party w/FREE BEER & FOOD, DJ, & More!

** Hurry: T-shirt guaranteed only if registered & paid by 3/28

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In person: Day of Race (Registration begins at 5pm)

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The Runner’s Critical Pain Points A running regimen often reveals the body’s limitations, inefficiencies or misalignment particularly as training miles mount. For example, improper foot alignment can cause hip pain, or improper hip alignment can cause knee pain. Just as critical decreased core and lower extremity strength can cause a breakdown in form as mileage increases and leave the body susceptible to any number of injuries. Physical therapists help runners improve their mobility, enhance their muscular activation and endurance, as well as, adjust their running technique all in an effort to reduce risk of injury and improving race performance. Here are some common injuries, pain points, and form issues runners may experience: 1. Female runners are more likely to experience hip pain and should speak with their physical therapist about proper running technique, which may improve hip alignment and control. Imbalances at the hip can cause multiple issues including iliotibial band syndrome, which most commonly appears as pain on the outside of the knee. 2. Knees are the number one site of injury for runners. In fact, pain in the front of the knee or anterior knee injuries make up greater than 20 percent of all running injuries. 3. Patellofemoral syndrome, or runner’s knee, is frequently a result of over striding. When over striding, the foot lands too far from the body causing the leg to take on unnecessary stress that the knee is unable to absorb leading to injury. Shortening the stride can reduce sharp heel strikes significantly decreasing knee joint stress. 4. In runners over the age of 40 the Achilles tendon and calf are more vulnerable to injury. Additional runners in this age group may experience an increase in lower extremity soft tissue injuries, particularly hamstring strains most often the result of speed work. 5. Feet are complex. Achilles tendinitis, plantar fasciitis and excessive overpronation can all sources of discomfort for many runners. The correct footwear can help in many situations, but this isn’t a cure-all. Exercise has been shown to have a beneficial effect on common running injuries, even for the foot. 6. Stress fractures are common in runners under age 30. They are often the cause of pain in the second metatarsal, the longest bone in the foot that stems out to the second toe and the tibia or shin bone. Simply cueing runners to “run softly” can reduced force transmitted to their legs by 30 to 50 percent, thus greatly reducing the likelihood of a stress fracture. Does any of this sound familiar? Consider seeing a physical therapist to evaluate your functional mobility and movement patterns before you experience an injury. A physical therapist can help you recover from most running injuries, learn how to continue to train safely, and help you become a stronger runner, which in the long term can help you prevent injuries like these from ever starting. Christopher Arrigo, PT, ATC, MS Athletic Trainer, Physical Therapist, and very slow plodding runner Advanced Rehabilitaion flraceplace.com

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MAKING MARATHON TRAINING MORE FUN WITH LESS STRESS AND STRAIN Training for and then actually running a marathon or even a half-marathon is a formidable goal that not many individuals will ever experience. Whether your reasons are for fitness, stress-relief, accomplishment, or just a better way to socialize, one thing is for sure, that “runner’s high” is addicting. When something like an injury gets in its way, things don’t get pretty. We’ve all seen and probably experienced the disappointment of being unable to run for a period of time. First we miss the “high” and then realize that our fitness level is declining with each passing day. It can be depressing. Some may even try running through an injury, only to make it worse and considerably lengthen their down time. But, by paying early attention to the clues your body is giving you, doing your own research, discussing them with more experienced coaches and running store personnel, the majority of nagging pains can be eliminated and not develop into long-term injuries. Your shoes are your most important pieces of equipment. Depending on how they work for you, can also be your best friends or worst enemies. The correct shoes that are improperly fit may just as well be basketball shoes. Remember, most running aches and pains are directly related to the way your shoes function on your feet - their fit, their shape, their stability level and their age. If you are having running pain, you may not want to remain too attached to your favorite shoe. Because shoes are not designed to do it all, I always recommend foot supports to accommodate the actual shape of the bottom of your feet, and good padded socks to absorb shock under your heels and pressure under the balls of your feet. Both help with keeping you as comfortable and efficient as possible, and with less fatigue, no matter the duration of your runs. Speaking of fatigue, do consider adding sports nutrition to your marathon or halfmarathon training and racing regimen. Your body is using a tremendous amount of energy to keep you going on long runs. Replacing what you are depleting will help to not only delay or eliminate the onset of fatigue but will also help maintain your form. Running pain is not normal and should not be expected. Running should be a relatively comfortable and pain-free experience. When things don’t feel right, the body has an amazing ability to adapt to irritations, pains and body imbalances. The problem is, many of these adaptations throw your normal gait off and eventually lead to stresses showing up in other areas of the body. A good running store with experienced personnel should be your first consideration. Most times it could be a quick fix. If pain persists, they can usually recommend a massage therapist, physical therapist, podiatrist, and/or sports chiropractor to help get you back on the road, pain-free. Gene Ulishney, BSHPE, CPED, BOCPED, ACSM

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Register at RunSignUp.com Join us for the 2nd Annual Lancer Run & Ministry Fair to benefit Kingdom Education in Tampa Bay. The Lancer Run will be a chip-timed 5K & Fun Run held at Al Lopez Park. At CCS, we believe in Service before Self. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s why we host a Ministry Fair with the Lancer Run. Partnering with other ministries and teaching students to serve builds community. We want to share these ministry partners with you! This year, the Lancer Run will be hosting a Food and Clothes Drive to benefit local partners. Items will be accepted at race check-in and participants will receive a Service Before Self bracelet for their donation. Mission of CCS: To glorify God in all that we do; to demonstrate excellence at every level of academic, athletic and artistic involvement; to develop strength of character; and to serve the local and global community.

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WHAT DOESN’T KILL YOU MAKES YOU FASTER! Kennedy Law Racing Ireland 2019

Ironman Ireland 2019… Inaugural year… Bucket list race… Destination race. When registration opened, I immediately registered for what I was certain would be an epic race and within 2 months, 40 of my Kennedy Law Racing team members had registered also. The largest tri team in Ireland! We knew the water temperature was going to be much cooler than most races, so we swam throughout the winter to attempt to acclimate ourselves to the water temps ahead. We knew bike course was “hilly” so we set up weekly group rides in San Antonio and Clermont to prepare. At our final team meeting about a month before the race at Caddy’s Pub, Marcus Winters, being from Ireland, advised us to be ready for any weather. The race was in late June and checking the forecast for that date the previous year the air temperature was 72 with clear skies and the water temperature was 59. Cold water but all workable. Well now the reality! Most of our athletes planned to stay between one to three weeks in Europe also incorporating a vacation while we were there. My three weeks in Europe I only encountered rain and inclement weather on one single day… Race day, it rained for 17 hours straight! As we all arrived in Ireland, we scheduled practice swims because we knew this would be a hurdle and no warm fronts had come through leaving the water temps below 55 degrees. Let me personally tell you if you have never swam in water sub 55 degrees it feels like your hands, feet and face have a severe migraine headache, the pain tends to go away for a small while then roars back the longer you are in the water. Just an FYI. You don’t get used to that water; your body just goes numb! We also knew the bike course would be “hilly” with a landmark climb at miles 54 and 110 (two loops) called Windmill Hill. It was about 450 yards long and quickly went from 14 percent grade to 18 then 21 percent. Intense but workable or walkable. The forecast was starting to reveal a severe and intense storm projected for race day. The day before the race the race officials announced the swim would be cut in half to 1.2 miles projecting the storm and the projected 52degree water temperate. I don’t think very many athletes complained about this development. Race day… Arriving at 5:30 am to transition, the air temperature at 47 degrees, we started waiting for race day to begin. By 6am the rain started as the front started moving through also bringing 15-25 mph winds blowing off the water. We could hear the waves crashing. As the dark started to subside, we got our first glimpse of a washing machine ocean and the frantic attempts of the race crew to get buoys in the water. No success. About 6:15 am they called the swim and told us to hang tight as they worked out the implementation of the start. Transition was completely exposed to the elements so about 2400 athletes were standing in the middle of a rainstorm, winds and cold with nowhere to hide or get relief. At about 7am officials announced the bike would start as a time trial start releasing 2 at a time to avoid possible congestion on the roads. They would call in about 300 at a time into the transition tent to change into race kits then send them out to line up for the start. Our team was lucky, as we received lower numbers, this was a perk for being the largest team, so we were just behind AWA athletes and with the second set of athletes. But coming out we ended up standing in line in the rain for over 20 minutes waiting to get to the front of the line to start. Soaked to the bone. The race began with rain still coming down hard and winds still high. The bike course would have been beautiful if we could see it through the torrential rains. It was still pouring and still in the high 40’s. Hilly was an understatement! Basically, very little flat so we were either ascending or descending the majority of the way. The rain made the roads treacherous and almost impossible to traverse the downhills with any speed or confidence.

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Holding the brakes and praying they continue to hold! At mile 54 the climb at Windmill Hill was lined by over a thousand local spectators standing in the rain with umbrellas out. What a spectacle. Second loop the storm water was starting to wash down the hills causing small mud rivers and there were areas on the roads where the water was close to the hubs on the wheels. Oh… and the hailstorm! Race officials made the decision the bike cutoff would be 8.5 hours but without a swim before it gave no buffer to those who can swim faster than the projected 2:20 swim cutoff. About half the team, unfortunately, did not reach the time cutoff. It was one of the largest DNF rates in Ironman history. The run was advertised as a “flat” course. It comprised of 4 loops and a mile trek back to the finish. Ireland forgot to tell us the first mile was a bridge up to a lighthouse so running the entire 26.2 miles meant climbing that bridge nine times! Still pouring with solid 20-25 mph winds, the first mile was along the water where the wind and rain were pelting as we ran along the boardwalk. Once across the bridge, the rest of each loop was in town where the entire course was packed with locals cheering, screaming and yelling! What inspiration! With the rain never stopping and the temperatures never higher than 52 degrees the support was pivotal. There was one spectator at special needs out shaking EVERY athlete’s hand and thanking and congratulating them. The best support I have ever seen for any race! The finish… There is nothing more rewarding than crossing the finish in an Ironman! But in these conditions the finish line tastes so much sweeter. Running through the finish chute was highly emotional but at the same time bittersweet as many of our athletes were not able to cross that line that day, but talking to each of them, none were sorry they came and participated in this epic race. I left Ireland knowing that I can overcome anything and as Ironman says, “Anything Is Possible!’ Park Alsop – Director Kennedy Law Racing . www.kennedylawracing.com

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Written by Coach Celia Dubey

Game Changers 

ยƒยยƒยŽย™ยƒย›ย•ยˆยƒย•ย…ย‹ยยƒย–ย‡ย†ย™ย‹ย–ยŠย’ย‡ย‘ย’ยŽย‡ย™ยŠย‘ยƒย”ย‡ยƒยยƒยœย‹ยย‰ยƒย–ย™ยŠยƒย–ย–ยŠย‡ย›ย†ย‘วค ยŠยƒย˜ย‡ยˆย‘ย—ยย† ย…ย‘ยย•ย‹ย•ย–ย‡ยย–ยŽย›ย–ยŠยƒย–ย–ยŠย‡ยย—ยย„ย‡ย”ย‘ยย‡ย–ยŠย‹ยย‰ย’ย‡ย‘ย’ยŽย‡ย–ยŠยƒย–ยƒย”ย‡ยƒยยƒยœย‹ยย‰ยƒย–ย™ยŠยƒย–ย–ยŠย‡ย›ย†ย‘ยŠยƒย˜ย‡ย‹ย ย…ย‘ยยย‘ยย‹ย•ย–ยŠยƒย–ย–ยŠย‡ย›ยŽย‘ย˜ย‡ย™ยŠยƒย–ย–ยŠย‡ย›ย†ย‘วค  My nieceโ€™s boyfriend is a professional baseball player. His name is Shaun Anderson Heโ€™s ยƒย’ย‹ย–ย…ยŠย‡ย”ยˆย‘ย”ย–ยŠย‡ยƒย ย”ยƒยย…ย‹ย•ย…ย‘ ย‹ยƒยย–ย•วค ย‘ย‘ย‰ยŽย‡ยŠย‹ยวค ย‡ย‹ย•ยƒยยƒย„ย•ย‘ยŽย—ย–ย‡ย•ย’ย‡ย…ย‹ยย‡ยย‘ยˆยƒยŠย‹ย‰ยŠ performance athlete chiseled head to toe towering at 6โ€™4โ€ lย‘ย‘ยย‹ยย‰ยŽย‹ยย‡ย–ยŠย‡ย•ย—ย’ย‡ย”ยŠย‡ย”ย‘  วคยŠยƒย—ยย’ย”ย‘ย…ยŽยƒย‹ยย•ยŠย‡ย‹ย•ยย‘ย–ย‘ยย‡ย‘ยˆย–ยŠย‘ย•ย‡ยƒย–ยŠยŽย‡ย–ย‡ย•ย–ยŠยƒย–ย‹ย•ย•ย—ย’ย‡ย”ย–ยƒยŽย‡ยย–ย‡ย†ฦฌย‰ย‹ยˆย–ย‡ย†วค Itโ€™s grit & diligence that has gotten him where he is today in the big leagues. He trains ยย‡ย–ย‹ย…ย—ยŽย‘ย—ย•ยŽย›วกย‡ยƒย–ย•ย•ย—ย’ย‡ย”ย…ยŽย‡ยƒยวกฦฌย‹ย•ยŽยƒย•ย‡ย”ยˆย‘ย…ย—ย•ย‡ย†ย™ยŠย‡ยย‹ย–ย…ย‘ยย‡ย•ย–ย‘ยŠย‹ย•ย’ยƒย•ย•ย‹ย‘ยวกย„ยƒย•ย‡ย„ยƒยŽยŽวค 

ยŽย‘ย˜ย‡ย’ย‹ย…ยย‹ยย‰ยŠย‹ย•ย„ย”ยƒย‹ยยƒย„ย‘ย—ย–ยŠย‹ย•ย–ย”ยƒย‹ยย‹ยย‰วกย…ย‘ยย’ย‡ย–ย‹ยย‰ฦฌยย‡ยย–ยƒยŽย‰ยƒยย‡วค ย”ย‡ย…ย‡ยย–ยŽย›ยƒย•ยย‡ย† him โ€˜So Shaun tell me, what are your game changers? You know products, tools, maybe ย•ย—ย’ย’ยŽย‡ยย‡ยย–ย•วกย‘ย”ย•ย‘ยย‡ยย‡ย–ยŠย‘ย†ย•ย–ย‘ย›ย‘ย—ย”ย–ย”ยƒย‹ยย‹ยย‰ย–ยŠยƒย–ยŠยƒย˜ย‡ย”ย‡ยƒยŽยŽย›ย…ยŠยƒยย‰ย‡ย†ย›ย‘ย—ย”ย‰ยƒยย‡ that truly make a significant difference in your performance?โ€™  ยŠยƒย™ยย‹ย•ย•ย‘ยˆย–ย•ย’ย‘ยย‡ยย•ย‘ย™ยŠย‡ยยŠย‡ย–ยƒยŽยย•ย‘ยย‡ยŽย‹ย•ย–ย‡ยย•ยƒย–ย–ย‡ยย–ย‹ย˜ย‡ยŽย›ย‡ย•ย’ย‡ย…ย‹ยƒยŽยŽย›ย•ย‹ยย…ย‡ยŠย‡ย•ย–ยƒยย†ย• like Thor towering over you. He answers very quickly โ€œSleep, geย–ย–ย‹ยย‰ย‡ยย‘ย—ย‰ยŠย•ยŽย‡ย‡ย’ยŠยƒย• been a significant game changer for meโ€œ. When one works hard itโ€™s imperative one ย”ย‡ย…ย‘ย˜ย‡ย”ย•ย™ย‡ยŽยŽวคยŠย‡ยย›ย‘ย—ย–ย”ยƒย‹ยยŠยƒย”ย†ย›ย‘ย—ย•ย–ย”ย‡ย•ย•ย›ย‘ย—ย”ย„ย‘ย†ย›ย‡ย•ย’ย‡ย…ย‹ยƒยŽยŽย›ย™ยŠย‡ยย›ย‘ย—ย–ย”ยƒย‹ยย–ย‘ ยˆยƒย‹ยŽย—ย”ย‡ย›ย‘ย—ย„ย”ย‡ยƒยย†ย‘ย™ยย–ยŠย‡ย„ย‘ย†ย›วกยŽย‹ย–ย‡ย”ยƒยŽยŽย›ย…ย”ย‡ยƒย–ย‹ยย‰ยย‹ย…ย”ย‘ย–ย‡ยƒย”ย•ย‹ยย–ยŠย‡ยย—ย•ย…ยŽย‡ย–ย‹ย•ย•ย—ย‡วก ย…ย‘ยย’ย”ย‘ยย‹ย•ย‡ย›ย‘ย—ย”ย‹ยยย—ยย‡ย•ย›ย•ย–ย‡ยวกยƒยย†ย”ย‡ย‡ยยŠยƒย˜ย‘ย…ย‘ยย›ย‘ย—ย”ยŠย‘ย”ยย‘ยย‡ยŽย‡ย˜ย‡ยŽย•วคยŠย‡ยย›ย‘ย— ย•ยŽย‡ย‡ย’ย‹ย•ย™ยŠย‡ยย›ย‘ย—ย”ย‡ย„ย—ย‹ยŽย†ย–ย‹ย•ย•ย—ย‡ยƒยย†ย”ย‡ย…ย‘ย˜ย‡ย”วค  Number two โ€œI gave up all alcohol. I never drank very much but I felt that even the one ย‘ย”ย–ย™ย‘ย†ย”ย‹ยยย•ย™ย‡ย”ย‡ย•ยƒbotaging all the hard work Iโ€™ve done that day.โ€  ย‘ย™ ยƒยย‰ย‘ย‹ยย‰ย”ย‘ย‰ย—ย‡ยŠย‡ย”ย‡ยƒยย† ยƒยย‰ย‘ย‹ยย‰ย–ย‘ย…ยŽยƒย•ย•ย‹ยˆย›ยƒยŽย…ย‘ยŠย‘ยŽย™ย‹ย–ยŠย•ย—ย‰ยƒย”วค ย…ยƒยย–ย‡ยŽยŽย›ย‘ย— ยŠยƒย—ยย•ย–ยƒย›ย•ยƒย™ยƒย›ยˆย”ย‘ยยƒยŽยŽย•ย—ย‰ยƒย”วคยŠย‡ยย‘ย•ย–ย†ย‡ย…ยƒย†ย‡ยย–ยƒยยƒยœย‹ยย‰ย†ย‡ย•ย•ย‡ย”ย–ย™ย‹ยŽยŽย„ย‡ย”ย‹ย‰ยŠย–ย‹ย ยˆย”ย‘ยย–ย‘ยˆย—ย•ยƒยย†ยŠย‡ยย‡ย˜ย‡ย”ย’ยƒย”ย–ยƒยย‡ย•ย‡ver. So since alcohol is a sugar Iโ€™m going to ย…ยƒย–ย‡ย‰ย‘ย”ย‹ยœย‡ยƒยŽย…ย‘ยŠย‘ยŽยƒยย†ย•ย—ย‰ยƒย”ย–ย‘ย‰ย‡ย–ยŠย‡ย”ยƒยย†ย•ย–ยƒย–ย‡ย–ยŠยƒย–ย„ย‡ย‹ยย‰ย‘ยˆยˆย•ย—ย‰ยƒย”ย‹ย•ยƒย‰ยƒยย‡ย…ยŠยƒยย‰ย‡ย”วค  ย†ย‘ย„ย‡ยŽย‹ย‡ย˜ย‡ย•ย—ย‰ยƒย”ย‹ยย‰ย‡ยย‡ย”ยƒยŽย•ยƒย„ย‘ย–ยƒย‰ย‡ย•ย•ย‘ยย—ย…ยŠย‘ยˆย‘ย—ย”ยŠยƒย”ย†ย™ย‘ย”ยย‹ยย–ย”ยƒย‹ยย‹ยย‰ยƒย•ย‹ย–ย‹ย•ยƒ ยยƒยŒย‘ย”ย…ยƒย—ย•ย‡ย‘ยˆย‹ยยˆยŽยƒยยยƒย–ย‹ย‘ยวค  ยƒย•ย–ly Shaunโ€™s saysวกโ€œstretchingวกยˆย—ยย…ย–ย‹ย‘ยยƒยŽยย‘ย˜ย‡ยย‡ยย–วกฦฌยˆย‘ยƒยย”ย‘ยŽยŽย‹ยย‰วค ยƒยยƒยŽย™ยƒย›ย• doing this stuff. I use my time wisely I never just sit. Iโ€™m always doing something ย’ย”ย‘ย†ย—ย…ย–ย‹ย˜ย‡ย–ย‘ยŠย‡ยŽย’ยย›ย„ย‘ย†ย›ยˆย‘ยƒยย”ย‘ยŽยŽย‹ยย‰วกย•ย–ย”ย‡ย–ย…ยŠย‹ยย‰วกย…ย‘ยย’ย”ย‡ย•ย•ย‹ย‘ยย–ยŠย‡ย”ยƒย’ย›วกฦฌยˆย—ยย…ย–ย‹ย‘ยยƒยŽ ย‡ยšย‡ย”cises.โ€  ย‘ยˆย–ย‡ยย’ย”ย‡ยƒย…ยŠย–ยŠยƒย–อณอฒวฆ20% of oneโ€™s overall training volume should include ย–ยŠย‡ย•ย‡ย’ย”ยƒย…ย–ย‹ย…ย‡ย•ย‹ยยƒยย‡ยˆยˆย‘ย”ย–ย–ย‘ย‘ย’ย–ย‹ยย‹ยœย‡ย’ย‡ย”ยˆย‘ย”ยยƒยย…ย‡วกย’ย”ย‘ยย‘ย–ย‡ย”ย‡ย…ย‘ย˜ย‡ย”ย›วกยƒยย†ยƒย˜ย‘ย‹ย† ย‹ยยŒย—ย”ย›วคยŠย‡ย ย•ยŠยƒย”ย‡ย†ย–ยŠยƒย–ย™ย‹ย–ยŠยŠยƒย—ยยŠย‡ย•ย…ย‘ยˆยˆย‡ย†ยƒยย†ย†ย‡ย…ยŽยƒย”ย‡ย†ยŠย‡ย†ย‘ย‡ย•ยƒยŽย‘ย–ยย‘ย”ย‡ย–ยŠยƒย ย–ยŠยƒย–วคยŠยƒย—ยย•ย–ยƒย–ย‡ย†ย–ยŠยƒย–ย™ย‹ย–ยŠย•ย‘ยย—ย…ยŠย”ย‡ย’ย‡ย–ย‹ย–ย‹ย˜ย‡ยย‘ย–ย‹ย‘ยย‹ยย’ย‹ย–ย…ยŠย‹ยย‰ย–ยŠยƒย–ยŠย‡ย”ย‹ย•ยย• ย†ย‡ย˜ย‡ยŽย‘ย’ย‹ยย‰ยƒยย‹ยย„ยƒยŽยƒยย…ย‡ย‹ยยŠย‹ย•ยŠย‹ย’ยƒยย†ย•ยŠย‘ย—ยŽย†ย‡ย”ย•ย‘ยŠย‡ยย—ย•ย–ย†ย‘ย–ยŠย‡ย•ย‡ย‡ยšย‡ย”ย…ย‹ย•ย‡ย• ย”ย‡ยŽย‹ย‰ย‹ย‘ย—ย•ยŽย›ย‹ยยƒยย‡ยˆยˆย‘ย”ย–ย–ย‘ยƒย˜ย‘ย‹ย†ย„ย‘ย†ย›ย‹ยย„ยƒยŽยƒยย…ย‡ย•ย–ยŠยƒย–ย…ยƒย—ย•ย‡ย‹ยยŒย—ย”ย›วค  ย‘ย–ยŠย‡ย”ย‡ย‹ย–ย›ย‘ย—ยŠยƒย˜ย‡ย‹ย–วคย‘ย•ย—ย’ย’ยŽย‡ยย‡ยย–ย•วกยย‘ย‡ยšย’ย‡ยย•ย‹ย˜ย‡ย‡ย“ย—ย‹ย’ยย‡ยย–ย‘ย”ย‘ย†ย†ย†ย‡ย˜ย‹ย…ย‡ย•วคยŽย‡ย‡ย’วก no sugar, & stretch. Wow all Sโ€™s! Written by Coach Celia Dubey

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