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sino dito regular na tumatakbo? jogging tayo!

  • Google Earth lang gamit ko. Hanapin mo yung route na tinatakbuhan mo then make a path. You will know the distance from there.
  • Lakasan mo lang volume para malaman kung gaano na kalayo natatakbo mo.

    E gago ka pala e.
    Sige nga try mo. Bobo mo
  • E gago ka pala e.
    Sige nga try mo. Bobo mo


    lol. easy ka lang. masyado ka naman agad harsh sir.
  • oh me murahan na pala dito? ehehehe :D
  • Kailangan nyan ng LSD pampatanggal ng stress. Tara sa weekend.
  • Lol may murahan. May FAQ's page ba dito mga boss? Susubukan kong tumakbo. Dati kasi sumakit mga tuhod ko, borderline obese eh. Heheh. Ngayon nabawasan timbang kaya subukan ko ulit.

    -- edited by mokomoko31 on Apr 12 2016, 04:53 PM
  • Pag mabigat pwedeng mabagal na jogging or kahit maglakad lang muna. Importante diet. Good luck.

    Saan ka nga pala tumatakbo?

    -- edited by roceanoz on Apr 13 2016, 12:05 AM
  • Okay ba tumakbo ng everyday?
  • ^Ok lang as long as you don't suffer pain and you vary the intensity. Put easy days in between hard runs. And do not increase mileage by more than 10% than the previous week (rule of thumb).
  • @ghie_gayle

    Malapit lang po ba kayo sa Amoranto Area? lagi po kasi akong nag train sa amoranto..... baka kilala nyo po si Sir Rolan? kasi sa scout area sila pag bored na sa amoranto.


    To All:

    Ask ko lang po ano po yung Sulit ng GPS watch bang for a buck.

    Salamat po.
  • Ask ko lang po ano po yung Sulit ng GPS watch bang for a buck.


    Soleus at garmin?
  • @davie14, 3x palang ako sa nakatakbo sa loob ng Amoranto, sa scout area ako kaso wala ako masyado nakakasalubong na runner, lone runner kasi ako hehehe at pag me nakakasalubong na runner kaway lang kahit di kilala :)
  • Ask ko lang po ano po yung Sulit ng GPS watch bang for a buck.

    may naka try na ba sa inyo ng Crane?
  • Sino ba namang hindi mapapamura e ang ayos ayos ng post ko tas sasagutin ka ng kalokohan.
    Wala man lang pasintabi like "joke lang".

    Anyways soleus gps 1 na lang binili ko kasi wala naman akong nakuhang sagot dito hehe
  • Hindi kalokohan yan sir. Kung app based ang gamit, inaadjust sa tamang volume ang phone para marinig kung gaano na kalayo ang tinatakbo nya at hindi na kailangang silip silipin pa galing sa bulsa/braso.

    -- edited by elman on Apr 21 2016, 09:40 PM
  • nong bang maganda for beginner? Soleus one? May mga pedometer ba accurate din? Ayaw ko ng app kasi hassle kung ilalabas ko pa yung phone to check.
    Planning to buy this fri. Sana may sumagot thanks!


    Sabi ko nga AYAW ko ng app sir. Kaya ang pagkakaintindi ko sa sinabi mo e magiwan ng radio or cp sa isang part ng park tas tumakbo na. What if di dun ang end destination ko.

    Pero kung may app nga talaga nyan , pasensya na sa nasabi ko. Sorry. Peace
  • May app na ganyan sir. Nike and RunKeeper gamit ko at parehong may voice enabled app either per KM or per 5mins.
  • Anyways soleus gps 1 na lang binili ko kasi wala naman akong nakuhang sagot dito hehe


    nakabili naman na sya.. move on na tayo :D :D :D
  • If you want to qualify sa milo ano ang mas magandang salihan, 21k or 42k?
  • pano po ba mag start mag jogging? dati kasi sinubukan ko pero ung ginawa ko interval sprint tapos walking. talagang nakakapagod ayun sumakit ung tuhod ko tapos ung talampakan ko sumakit din. hindi naman ako mataba gusto ko lang lumakas ung stamina ko.
  • Pag mabigat pwedeng mabagal na jogging or kahit maglakad lang muna. Importante diet. Good luck.

    Saan ka nga pala tumatakbo?


    Di na ako tumatakbo pafs. Lakad na lang saka bike. Pag bumaba pa konti BMI ko siguro para di malaki impact sa tuhod.
  • ^Good strategy tama yan. Diet muna kasi mabigat sa joints ang running.

    After a while pwede mo nang subukang mag walk-run-walk once a week. For example jog very slowly for just 200m then walk. Increase freq or distance unti-unti lang say after a month. Mag-aadjust kasi katawan mo eventually. Basta if you experience pain stop agad. Good luck sir balitaan mo kami sa progress mo.
  • pano po ba mag start mag jogging? dati kasi sinubukan ko pero ung ginawa ko interval sprint tapos walking. talagang nakakapagod ayun sumakit ung tuhod ko tapos ung talampakan ko sumakit din. hindi naman ako mataba gusto ko lang lumakas ung stamina ko.


    The easiest way is to stick with pre-made running plans. Your previous experience of getting joint and foot pains likely means you were increasing the activity level beyond what your body could adapt to. It just takes patience but you'll eventually develop stamina. The plan which I originally used was an 8-week plan from Runner's world:



    The training plan that follows is designed to get you to the point where you can run 30 minutes (about 2 miles) at a slow, relaxed pace. It's a simple, progressive program that begins with more walking than running, and gradually evolves into more running than walking


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    I reached the point where I could run 5 km nonstop at a moderate pace but I can no longer do this nowadays. I developed what seems to be chronic exertional compartment syndrome, which is an uncommon condition where pain develops in the legs (or arms) after a certain amount of activity. At a little over a kilometer I develop bad pain on my left calf that eventually becomes intolerable if I push further. It goes away after a fairly long walk but recurs. Thus I have no choice but to alternate running and walking because of the disabling pain despite having the stamina to run farther . I still cover around 8 km around 3 times a week just for health benefits of exercise (not weight loss) but I do miss running longer distances like I used to do. There is little that can be used to treat the condition, the most effective one being surgery, which is out of the question.

    -- edited by Peorth on May 03 2016, 12:41 AM
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  • Adjusting period kapa siguro sir. Huwag mo lang biglain. Body rest is important in between runs. Focus ka lang sa kaya mong pace. Gradually makukuha mo rin yung gusto mong pacing.
  • I developed what seems to be chronic exertional compartment syndrome,

    Were you officially diagnosed as such? Can you described your experience further? Meron din kasi ako dating similar injury sa right calf ko. Although I didn't seek professional help I researched on it on my own. Pain in my inner right calf when I run faster or further than my normal. Eventually nawala din sya I only have to dial down my training considerably that my performance went down, setback ng one year. My guess - overtraining, too much too soon, was the culprit.
  • @roceanoz

    The formal diagnosis of CECS requires measurement of pressure within the muscle compartment using embedded probes; I have no idea if it's available locally. In any case, I'm a medical doctor by profession and I've reviewed a lot of the available literature regarding it. Based on these, CECS is the most likely diagnosis.

    If you want more detail, well, the condition developed maybe 6-8 months or so into running. I was a pretty casual runner, never running continuously beyond 5 km. The thing is that I only run one route of a fixed length (the UP Academic Oval which is 2.2 km in diameter) so I know exactly how well I can run (based on stamina, development of fatigue, etc.) by remembering where in the route the problems occur.

    The pain of CECS is best described as what I felt when I first started running. It is exactly identical to the leg pain that prevented me as a new runner from going beyond a certain distance. Since mine only manifests in the left calf, I initially found the asymmetry in "leg stamina" very surprising. At roughly the 1 km mark my left calf would become painful and I could only push a hundred meters or so for it to become intolerable. In contrast, my right leg felt fine, good enough for it to still run for several km or so. The pain would resolve gradually by slowing down to a walk, or resolve even faster by stopping completely and resting. It is then possible to run again, but the said pain will recur after covering roughly the same distance as before. The distance when the pain occurs is remarkably consistent and rarely varies by more than 100 meters. This is highly consistent with the description of CECS:

    Obtaining the history of compartment syndrome is very important because the physical exam is often unrevealing. A classic history is development of pain in a compartment of the leg at the same time, distance, or intensity of exercise [8, 28]. The pain increases in intensity as the patient continues exercising. An athlete will discontinue the activity when the pain, muscle tightness, or muscle dysfunction becomes unbearable. Pain and tightness resolve after a rest period. Patients typically describe pain as burning, aching, or pressure. A patient may also complain of being unable to achieve the same level of exercise the day after symptoms occur. Symptoms occur bilaterally 70–80% of the time [7, 25, 29]. Other symptoms include numbness and tingling in the dermatomal distribution of the nerve running through the compartment or weakness of the affected muscle. A classic presentation of compartment syndrome would be a runner who experiences burning in the leg and numbness on the dorsum of the foot 15 min into a run. The burning and numbness resolve within 30 min of rest


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    About what you experienced before, it probably isn't CECS. Like mentioned above, the distance or level of exertion needed to trigger the pain is quite consistent and therefore readily reproducible by just running the said distance or exerting the same effort.