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    Quote Originally Posted by ulysses_sc View Post
    Not so bad already... I got the dreadful ITB syndrome... had to stop running for a while. No idea how long I can run before the problem re-occurs. Next Sunday die la...
    Usually such problems don't go away unless you look for someone who's capable of removing the pain for you.

    like what mechwira has mentioned too - self myofasical release, running drills and core drills are extremely helpful.

    in the rehabilitation situation, generally the time to fully recover is about half the time that you are injured for. so don't let the problem snow ball.

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    good run.

    didn pay attention to my gun time, but my watch/net time is 2:08, which i'm totally happy with. based on last few 20k's, i estimated i would take 2:15 to 2:20, so a 2:08 is fantastic (for me), especially in a first time half-mara.

    hope the rest of you had a good time injury-free.

    i've signed for NTUC 350 half mara, and currently considering sundown's half-mara. still not ready for a full.

    It's true: it's more fun to ride a slow bike fast than to ride a fast bike slow. Admittedly, though... It is MOST fun to ride a fast bike fast!

     

     
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    Mine was good either. Apart from an aggravated old injury that came up. I seriously have no idea how on earth did it happen as I did not have any issues with my right knee on my past few months run, 10km and above each time.
    Frustrated now.. Damn..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticks View Post
    Mine was good either. Apart from an aggravated old injury that came up. I seriously have no idea how on earth did it happen as I did not have any issues with my right knee on my past few months run, 10km and above each time.
    Frustrated now.. Damn..
    my theory is that first 5k (or more depending your pace and how long you were with slower runners), you're boxed in by other slower runners and your pace is constrained, you lost your usual rythm. and having lost your usual rythm, your cadence and running form suffered even if you did not notice it, especially because you were trying to dodge people, finding space to overtake and trying to navigate dark uneven ground.

    i anticipated this because i experienced it for the first time in last year's nike run. plus having done weekly running drills, my legs are flexible enough for dodging and going on uneven road while able to consciously maintain proper form and cadence.

    and if my theory is correct, i think you'll agree 5k of improper form shd be enough to set off your old injury.

    It's true: it's more fun to ride a slow bike fast than to ride a fast bike slow. Admittedly, though... It is MOST fun to ride a fast bike fast!

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    Hmm. Yea. Good thinking. It also set upon me after the kallang stadium going towards the condo. While running beside the lake I did run on uneven ground..
    Plus the slower lanes there, my pace were really off the pace. Now I'm nursing my right knee.

    No matter. My Saucony is taking a break while I'm going to do my runs in my Merrell from now on. Plus, more time in the gym.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mechwira View Post
    good run.

    didn pay attention to my gun time, but my watch/net time is 2:08, which i'm totally happy with. based on last few 20k's, i estimated i would take 2:15 to 2:20, so a 2:08 is fantastic (for me), especially in a first time half-mara.

    hope the rest of you had a good time injury-free.

    i've signed for NTUC 350 half mara, and currently considering sundown's half-mara. still not ready for a full.
    Well done for your first HM! My ITB problem started right at the 1km mark, and got progressively worse till the 18th km, where it was just unbearable... walked for about 100m, then started to slowly jog. Nearly died. The numerous sexy ladies in front of me did little to distract the pain. Hahah

    Anyway struggled to the finish line in 2hr 22 min. Think will lay off long running for a while and do shorter workouts instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vicvic View Post
    Usually such problems don't go away unless you look for someone who's capable of removing the pain for you.

    like what mechwira has mentioned too - self myofasical release, running drills and core drills are extremely helpful.

    in the rehabilitation situation, generally the time to fully recover is about half the time that you are injured for. so don't let the problem snow ball.
    Thanks for the tip. Do you by any chance know of someone who can help in the treatment?
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    Congrats on the finishes, guys!

    I have to say accounts like ulysses and ticks are part of the reason I will stay away from competition level running for a while longer. I get the feeling that competition brings out the most in you (i.e. you are most likely to push yourself hardest), and this massively increases the potential for injury.

    mechwira, are you any more injured than normal? Taking some time off regular running to recover?

    I'll stick to my standard 10kms for now. If I keep the mileage up for another 4 weeks, I'll hit a target I only recently realized I could reach - 1000km in a year
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    Quote Originally Posted by vyruz View Post
    mechwira, are you any more injured than normal? Taking some time off regular running to recover?
    nothing.

    muscle soreness in my thighs and hamstring (but not calves); but otherwise nothing at all.

    i am fortunate to have a triathlete/marathoner friend who i run with once a week since i started running, who prescribes a training program and advises me when i have problems such as running injuries.

    i honestly believe that: 1) if you want to complete 10k, you just need to learn correct running form and then just run regularly; 2)if you want to run half-marathon and above, you need a proper weekly training program, more than "just run more".

    and err taking time off? no lah next sunday morning i'm going back to personal weekly long, think i'll do 23 now and move up to 25. i already signed NTUC350 half mara after all. currently considering sundown. for today monday give myself a rest, then tom i thinking tempo 6k, wed casual 12k, thurs intervals, friday fartlek. then sunday 23k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ulysses_sc View Post
    Thanks for the tip. Do you by any chance know of someone who can help in the treatment?
    Dropped you a PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vyruz View Post
    I have to say accounts like ulysses and ticks are part of the reason I will stay away from competition level running for a while longer. I get the feeling that competition brings out the most in you (i.e. you are most likely to push yourself hardest), and this massively increases the potential for injury.
    Exactly. People in competitive sports are generally a very hard working bunch, but sometimes all work and no maintenance or recovery = higher risk of injuries. We would take our bike for servings after X amount of mileage, but sometimes we forget to 'service' our own machines (our body)

     

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by vyruz View Post
    Congrats on the finishes, guys!

    I have to say accounts like ulysses and ticks are part of the reason I will stay away from competition level running for a while longer. I get the feeling that competition brings out the most in you (i.e. you are most likely to push yourself hardest), and this massively increases the potential for injury.

    mechwira, are you any more injured than normal? Taking some time off regular running to recover?

    I'll stick to my standard 10kms for now. If I keep the mileage up for another 4 weeks, I'll hit a target I only recently realized I could reach - 1000km in a year
    Hey man. Understand your point. But having said that, I didn't run much faster than when I train. All in all, my cardio was ok, muscles were ok throughout my run.
    The only thing that caught me by surprise was my right knee. So. I think my prep for the race was good.
    So I think as long as you prepare well, then you'll know your limits. So come race day, stick to your limits and run within them, you'll be safe. Especially if you do not have injury history like me..
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    Quote Originally Posted by vyruz View Post
    I get the feeling that competition brings out the most in you (i.e. you are most likely to push yourself hardest), and this massively increases the potential for injury.
    you know, i thought about it and decided that I loved the HM precisely because it brought out the most in me.

    Last september's nike 10k, i clocked my PB, a timing i only beat a few weeks ago which was a direct result of my proper training program for the 2XU. and my 2XU's 2:08 is also my current PB, which was better than projected coz for three sundays i clocked 20k in only 2:12.

    so yeah, after you leave the slower crowd and the "why the hell are you in a half-marathon if you cant even run further than 3k?!?" group of people, the properly-trained crowd and slightly competitive atmosphere does push me harder than my usual runs. but anyone who trains properly and sufficiently understands and listens to his body, this wont be a big problem. that great feeling of being happy to be alive when you cross the finish line with a PB you dun usually achieve on your own, i think i'm beginning to get hooked.
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    Is the results out yet???
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticks View Post
    Is the results out yet???
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    Thanks a lot!!!
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    i run about 10km each time.. but after started going gym i gave up on this hobby to buff up.. miss sweating it out

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    wow... didn't know so many of you guys run too.

    i started running last year, did a few half marathon and finished the year doing the stanchart full marathon.

    gonna have a go at 42km again at sundown this May.
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    i just want to share this great online webshop chain reaction cycles.

    its got a huge range of stuff for runners/cyclists/triathletes. just that for gear/clothing, stock availability especially in a particular size you looking for, can be a hit-and-miss. delivery 1-2 weeks.

    i ordered six tubes of electrolyte tabs from here. the final amount per tube with shipping came to less than SGD10. this same product i saw being sold at an SAF e-mart for SGD15. a similar product of different brand, 'nuun', goes for SGD13 per tube at GNC. dam worth if you into electrolyte mix in your bottle when running.

    i have since ordered packs of fuel gels of brands not found in singapore to try out, waiting to arrive.

    i also recommend taking a look at their SKINS compression range. the A400 long tights is going for a price very similar to my lobang price; its selling for 47.99 pounds approx SGD101. bear in mind the retail price is probably closer to SGD170. anyone looking for a high grade long tights for long distance running, this particular one is worth getting at that price. lower-grade models, or tops, can also be found at really good prices. follow the sizing chart exactly. i recommend the A400 long tights for long distance, the lowest grade A100 half tights for shorter runs or intervals etc, and A100 top (short sleeve, or long if you run early morning and want a little warmth) for any running (the expensive A400 top for running is waste of money coz you dun use a lot of upper body muscles for running).

    if you're into 2XU brand instead, then check out their prices and compare yourself with the local shops.

    It's true: it's more fun to ride a slow bike fast than to ride a fast bike slow. Admittedly, though... It is MOST fun to ride a fast bike fast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mechwira View Post
    i just want to share this great online webshop chain reaction cycles.
    I'll second that. I bought my HRM and Garmin GPS watch from Chain Reaction Cycles, and was very happy with price paid and delivery time. Another alternative is Amazon, which ships free to Singapore as long as you spend US$125.

    Singapore retailers will soon have to realize that the mark-ups they used to happily put on products will not work in the long run. More and more online retailers ship to Singapore and as long as it's under S$400, no extra GST is payable.
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    Yes some bike shops too.. Many thing that I buy online is much much cheaper than the local shops.
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    quite a few runners here.. hello!

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    Yep. Started training with my Merrell Trail Glove now. Have to start my distance running all over again..
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    Wah, really inspiring to read some of the posts here and see how some of you can manage to run such long distances on your own.

    I've had my fair share of running experience, and truthfully, it's really a chore for me.

    My most consistent running period was with a number of buddies at MacRitchie reservoir - on Mondays, Weds and Fris. They're really seasoned runners, and they run at least 13-15km each time, and on Fridays, they run much much longer.

    My vendor introduced me to this running group, and got me running.

    And after only three weeks, I was able to run 10km within an hour. Which was a real FEAT for me, considering I don't run at all!

    Now, it's been several years, and I'm trying to run again. I do run at times, alone. Never the same. It's so boring, and I tend to walk and jog, and walk and jog, and then finish my run quickly, after only about 2.5 km.

    Sigh... looking for something to inspire me.

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    Any running kakis at Kovan?

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    Any casual recreational running kakis in Queenstown Strathmore area?

    Not those who can run 10km under 50mins or half-marathon or full marathon kind. hahaha...

    I am just an uncle doing casual recreational runs at the Alexandra PCN and end up doing some exercises at Queenstown Stadium to keep my fit and maintain for able to pass my IPPT (not get Gold for IPPT). hahaha...
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    Quote Originally Posted by denniswong2888 View Post
    Wah, really inspiring to read some of the posts here and see how some of you can manage to run such long distances on your own.

    I've had my fair share of running experience, and truthfully, it's really a chore for me.

    My most consistent running period was with a number of buddies at MacRitchie reservoir - on Mondays, Weds and Fris. They're really seasoned runners, and they run at least 13-15km each time, and on Fridays, they run much much longer.

    My vendor introduced me to this running group, and got me running.

    And after only three weeks, I was able to run 10km within an hour. Which was a real FEAT for me, considering I don't run at all!

    Now, it's been several years, and I'm trying to run again. I do run at times, alone. Never the same. It's so boring, and I tend to walk and jog, and walk and jog, and then finish my run quickly, after only about 2.5 km.

    Sigh... looking for something to inspire me.

    Any running kakis at Kovan?
    Maybe one tip to prolong your running. Try running a loop that completes 10 km. by the time u feel bored, hopefully you'll find it in you to might as well complete the loop rather than turning back.. That's what I do. From Tiong bahru to Henderson then back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticks View Post
    Maybe one tip to prolong your running. Try running a loop that completes 10 km. by the time u feel bored, hopefully you'll find it in you to might as well complete the loop rather than turning back.. That's what I do. From Tiong bahru to Henderson then back.


    I agree with you.

    That is what I do...

    I always run the whole loop of the Alexandra PCN from the old Queenstown cinema all the way straight to near to Great World City and then do a U-turn.

    This will enable me to complete a loop of 10km.
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    Yea. Good way to train for long distance I think. However, injury is back. Need to go physio... Zzz
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    dun think i will recommend barefoot running...

    very painful for the heels and ankle

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    Quote Originally Posted by meltan1990 View Post
    dun think i will recommend barefoot running...

    very painful for the heels and ankle
    the whole point of 'barefoot running' (either literally barefoot or wearing very minimalist shoes) is to change your running style such that you land on the mid or fore foot, with your heel taking absolutely none of the impact. the idea here is that this type of running style eliminates pain in the heel, ankle, shin and knees.

    if you do this properly, then it will do the opposite of wat you claim: really no pain in heel and ankle (and shin and knees).

    but its not for everyone. whoever wants to try it out must properly know what is midfoot or forefoot strike, by reading or watching videos or having an experienced runner coach you. too many people take it up like its the latest fashion, screw up and get injured, then blame the shoe.

    It's true: it's more fun to ride a slow bike fast than to ride a fast bike slow. Admittedly, though... It is MOST fun to ride a fast bike fast!

     

     
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    just run around satay by the bay area... nice place. after jogging can have a simple dinner there (watch your calories! lol don't run off these fats then add in new ones)
    its good for recreational running due to the wonderful scenery

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    Sounds like a crowded place. For me I prefer the quietness of private housing estates near my place.

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