seeMOMMYrun.com is a free service that help moms find other walking or running moms in their areas. The site helps the 'everyday athlete' in all of us stay motivated, set goals, and reach them.
Make that 2nd to last - thanks for sharing...too bad my state's highest elevation is the garbage dump.
It is usually recommended that you do a "hill workout" once weekly (or every 2-3 weeks). You can do drills such as: find a hill (or run with several ups and downs) that will take you approximately 90 seconds to run up. Run up 90 seconds, then jog slowly down. Repeat 6-8 times.It works!
Im on it!:)C.
Crumbs, funny you should say that. My nephews' cross country team actually has to train at the dump because it's the only hilly place around!
When I was in that outside bootcamp, our trainer was really big on hill running. We'd sprint up, walk down a few times, then he'd have us walk up and run down. I hated them, but they worked!
There's a "hill run" as part of my Fitness Magazine 1/2 marathon training. I just thought it was to help with endurance. I didn't realize it would make me Speedy Shelley. Geez! What was I thinkin'!?
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