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Old 02-02-2011, 10:03 AM   #631
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Take 6 IBU's and call me in the morning....after the race
heh im on 800 mG three times a day, ice, back zapper thing as well. back to the chiro in a few hours. going to try and get on the eliptical on monday, hopefully running by mid week
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Old 02-02-2011, 10:54 AM   #632
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heh im on 800 mG three times a day, ice, back zapper thing as well. back to the chiro in a few hours. going to try and get on the eliptical on monday, hopefully running by mid week
I've always been told that 800mg every 6 hours is about all your liver can handle without damage. I'm no Doc. and I didn't even play one on TV, just an interweb wise guy jajajaja!!!
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Old 02-02-2011, 10:57 AM   #633
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the way I understand it, 200 Mg for every 50 lbs. of body weight every three hours (WITH FOOD) is supposed to be the absolute most you should take.

I try to stick to 800 Mg with each meal. I know if you take it on an empty stomach, it can cause some harm for sure
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Old 02-02-2011, 09:19 PM   #634
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the way I understand it, 200 Mg for every 50 lbs. of body weight every three hours (WITH FOOD) is supposed to be the absolute most you should take.

I try to stick to 800 Mg with each meal. I know if you take it on an empty stomach, it can cause some harm for sure
dude, don't rush it, I'm looking forward to having ALL 4 ADV'ers out there! In March one of my buddies will come out for his first race. Giddy up.
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Old 02-03-2011, 10:28 AM   #635
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dude, don't rush it, I'm looking forward to having ALL 4 ADV'ers out there! In March one of my buddies will come out for his first race. Giddy up.
sweet!

ill be at teh march 27th race anyways... not sure I can make any of the other ones... too much going on!
the car needs work, the truck needs work, the GS needs work..... such is the life of a petrol head
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Old 02-05-2011, 10:06 PM   #636
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Yo Pasta, I just saw the photo you scanned onto here. Lookin good man! But hey don't you know your only supposed to get hurt on the bike, doing something crazy, not something crazy like...getting out of a bench

Send me a PM if you need some help planning an exercise plan or some tips. Ive got some that could probably help.
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Old 02-08-2011, 10:48 AM   #637
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ran two and a half miles this morning.... the foot and the back both hurt but it seem to like the exercise.

going to have to get into some serious cardio here in a hurry if I can even expect to run this event in a few weeks without stopping to suck dust.... er air.
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Old 02-09-2011, 07:20 PM   #638
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uhhhh running??

Are you insinuating that I should be exercising???

Man, this racing thing is going to take a few extra minutes each day. Next thing you will tell me I can't drink beer...
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Old 02-09-2011, 09:54 PM   #639
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Are you insinuating that I should be exercising???

Man, this racing thing is going to take a few extra minutes each day. Next thing you will tell me I can't drink beer...
the last time I ran, it was 9 miles - FYI

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Old 02-10-2011, 07:48 AM   #640
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Running

The last time I ran was in 1989. 7 years of wildland fire fighting cured me of ever wanting to run or hike again.

Racing to any level of satisfaction will require fitness, I agree. I am just not willing to commit that type of abuse (running) to my knees again. Mtn bike riding, yes, elipical training, yes, saddle time... what I need the most.

Let's not even get into the mental aspect of racing yet.

The difference between me and and a real racer will become more evident as time goes on.
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Old 02-10-2011, 08:42 AM   #641
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Unless you are a Pro/Hero, you should always be completely spent at the end of a race. If you aren't, then you left cards on the table, and you didn't try hard enough.
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Old 02-10-2011, 09:20 AM   #642
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the last time I ran, it was 9 miles - FYI

I think I have close to a lifetime total of 9 miles
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Old 02-10-2011, 09:53 AM   #643
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I think I have close to a lifetime total of 9 miles
hell my wife just did a half marathon last weekend....

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Old 02-10-2011, 11:57 AM   #644
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hell my wife just did a half marathon last weekend....

I just did a half push up










JK! back when I was racing
I used to Mtn bike a minimum of 20 miles a day 4 -5 days a week
I"ve probably hiked close to 500 miles
running Just wasn't very feasable with a backpack
and after hurting my back racing theres just too much pain and recovery time involved with running
so low impact exercise is the ticket for now,
surgery is probably in the near future

BTW Thats awesome Quyen

I'll be in Death Valley late March so I can't make a spectator / spectacle out of myself at your next race, any tenative plans for after that one
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Old 02-10-2011, 02:38 PM   #645
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I bought a Concept 2 rower last August a little past mid-way through the hare scramble season. Since then I've logged almost half a million meters. It will give you all you want and then some. It's low impact on knees, back, hips, etc, but my ass sure hurts after a long week of rowing. Lately I've been focusing more on high intensity interval training instead of long steady burns. Everything I'm reading is saying that intervals are more effective for increasing fitness than longer steady state work-outs.

Anyway, it's a pretty good cross training tool, great for cardio, and works the legs, core, and upper body:

http://www.concept2.com
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