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« Reply #475 on: May 25, 2016, 07:26:54 PM »

I don't really know what that all means, because we use proper units of measure like min per Km!  Grin

As a rule, I don't negotiate with foreigners, but for the sake of discussion I guess it's a 4.5 minute kilometer.
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« Reply #476 on: Today at 03:57:58 AM »

As a rule, I don't negotiate with foreigners, but for the sake of discussion I guess it's a 4.5 minute kilometer.

Now I'm even more confused  Huh Huh

4.5..... does that mean 4 mins 50 seconds or is the .5 as in 4 mins 30 seconds?

This is like trying to work out the square root of the circumference of chaos's cankles  Huh
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« Reply #477 on: Today at 04:33:16 AM »

Now I'm even more confused  Huh Huh

4.5..... does that mean 4 mins 50 seconds or is the .5 as in 4 mins 30 seconds?

This is like trying to work out the square root of the circumference of chaos's cankles  Huh


4:30.  All I did was take 22 / 5.

You may now judge me appropriately.
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« Reply #478 on: Today at 04:53:24 AM »


4:30.  All I did was take 22 / 5.

You may now judge me appropriately.

Ah I see, yes that is quite simple.

Any tips for running with a backpack?  I often commute by running, but hate running with a bag
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« Reply #479 on: Today at 05:45:13 AM »

Ah I see, yes that is quite simple.

Any tips for running with a backpack?  I often commute by running, but hate running with a bag

I train with a back pack often - it's a rucksack from www.goruck.com

What I've found is key is that you need one that sits high and tight on the back...so it doesn't bounce and kill your shoulders.

Also, depending on the weight used, it's best if you alter your running style to where you "roll" the heel to the front to minimize impact, since running with weight can mess up your joints.

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