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Сегодня начинаем снимать контент на YouTube🚀После ждём монтаж и 25.02.19 выйдет 1 ВЛОГ. Это будет TRAILER FOR CHANNEL. Команда из 2 операторов с профессиональными камерами и 1 монтажёра😏Ребята молодые, посмотрим, на что они способны. Надеюсь картинка которая в моей голове, будет полностью отражена на видео. Пожелай удачи🍀 🙏🏻
We’re all a little weird. And life is a little weird. And when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall into mutually satisfying weirdness...and call it love—true love. #myforeverlove ♥️
This week’s training tip is quite simple. A couple thoughtful quotes from Master Coach Arthur Lydiard. “They have a word in Finnish called sisu, which basically means guts. It’s the strongest word in the Finnish language. You tell a Finn he doesn’t have sisu, that’s like spitting in his face.” -Arthur Lydiard
As many runners on the Lydiard Method are now in the Anaerobic phase its important to keep this in perspective. Guts do play a role in these interval sessions. They are “uncomfortable”, by intent. You need to push yourself, get your body accustomed to being distressed a bit, not too much, but a bit. When you are doing the longer interval segments, which many of you are doing now, 1.25 – 2.0 miles, you need to persist, keep your pace consistent and be sure you are recovering between each. A good rule of thumb is when your heart rate drops back to 120-130 bpm. You will need to push to the level of “uncomfortable” but no further. The point isn’t to puke.
Arthur also had another thoughtful quote:
“I have a saying, ‘train, don’t strain’. The Americans have a saying ‘no pain, no gain’ and that’s why they don’t have any distance running champions. They get down to the track with a stopwatch and flog their guts out thinking that will make them a champion, but they will never make a champion that way”.
Remember that you are training, and in a specific training phase of the Lydiard Method preparing you for your target race in April or May. Every workout you do is built upon the prior and each phase builds on its one before. Keep the faith, your training will serve you well on race day.
Remember, all workouts on the Lydiard Method have a specific purpose and are sequenced accordingly to maximize the “training effect”. If you would like to learn more about the science and performance-based Lydiard Method, stop by the store. We are always happy to talk about your running!
Bob Dyer (Co-owner, Running Niche)�https://runningniche.com/training-blog/
Because apparently I need to post more selfies 🤳🏼
We can’t live with them, can’t live without them. #Family. 💕 .
New #blog post now live!✨link in my bio😬
“You like my hair, Gee, thanks, just bought it!” 💁🏻♀️ (haha! I had to! 🤷🏻♀️)
Soo it’s been a minute, sometimes life happens and I often lose track, but I’m a firm believer in pursuing what makes your heart sing. Fashion, modeling, and all that creative goodness does that for me. So I’ll keep doing just that. Any other fashion lovers out there?! •
This top from @tommyhilfiger top makes me eyes and heart happy. It’s not too cropped and super comfy! Outfit is linked on my @21buttons_us