Today marks the first day of competition at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Track & Field - Team Trials and in honor of this 11-day track-apolooza, ending Sunday, July 1, we've launched the Bring Back the Mile "People's Contest". The Grand Prize winner will take home a special Mile Legends package including an exclusive Jim Ryun autographed "I Am the Mile" t-shirt and one-of-a-kind signed items for BBTM by Don Bowden, the first American to break four minutes in the Mile, and Mile great Marty Liquori. Four runner-ups will receive a BBTM Lap 3 VIP membership package. Continue reading at bringbackthemile.com.
American prep Milers have had another banner year across the country as evidenced by the ESPN / Dyestat's
Elite Rankings, which go back to 1999, and these rankings reveal that
the 2012 Outdoor season continues a U.S. trend of more top end Mile
performances. Leading the way were four girls who broke the 4:40
barrier, the most in one year, in addition to an impressive nine
runners who cracked 4:05 in the adidas Jim Ryun Dream Mile, the first time that has happened. Continue reading at bringbackthemile.com.
is this type of week at BBTM HQ that has us giddy with Mile events from
coast-to-coast. Not to mention that America's current crop of great
Milers will get a chance to book their ticket to London at the U.S. Olympic Track & Field - Team Trials
in the international 1500 meter distance. Below we provide a complete
rundown of all the upcoming races in a town near you and also highlight
four male and four female athlete profiles to prep you for all the
hours of NBC television coverage in the next week. Continue reading at bringbackthemile.com.
enters the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials with the year's fastest American
time in the women's 1500 by 4 seconds, a 4:01.59 for fourth place in
Rome. In 2011, Uceny was the USATF champion in the 1500, had the
fastest 1500 time in the world, a 4:00.06, and was ranked #1 in the
world in the event. Her one big disappointment came in the World
Championships final in Daegu; she was knocked down and finished tenth. Continue reading at bringbackthemile.com.
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Wednesday, August 08, 2012 9:49:43 PM by Sumit
It depends on your skill level of each. A pesron with avid swimming skills will burn more calories by running, simply because the body learns to become more efficient with practice. Also, I’ve helped a number of clients lose weight. Here are a few pointers I’ve compiled which might help:* The key to weight loss is a very simple formula: burn more calories than you consume. It does not matter if you are eating hamburgers, brownies or carrot sticks if you eat an excessive amount of food/calories, the excess will be turned to fat within hours. The strategy is to restrict food intake, increasing exercise or both. Obviously, the latter will accelerate the process. Once again, it doesn’t not matter whether it's Weight Watchers, Atkins, South Beach Diet or whatever, the formula is the same. The fine print of success, however, is the ability to adhere to a specific plan over a long period of time (i.e. keep the weight off). * Generally speaking, it does not matter if it takes you 7 minutes to run a mile or 15 minutes to walk it the calories expended will be about the same.* One of the problems with going on a very rigid diet with a specific goal, is that it's usually a quick fix the dieter attempts to gain a temporary solution to what is typically a chronic problem. Often, the dieter tries to rigidly restrict eating by, for example, skipping meals or eating salads all day. But trying not to eat is like trying not to breathe. After a while, the body and mind rebel and, like a pesron gasping for air, the dieter loses control and binges. As a result of the binge, the pesron feels that he has failed, gives up the diet altogether, eats more to make himself feel better, puts on some weight, feels even worse, gains even more weight, decides to try another restrictive diet, and begins the whole cycle all over again.* What is often overlooked, forgotten or dismissed, is that exercise is an essential part of any weight loss plan. As long as you keep your body conditioned, with a shift of body composition [more] towards lean tissue instead of fat, your metabolism will increase permanently. The more muscle and lean tissue you have, the more fat you will burn – all day long, even while you are resting.* The 10-calorie rule will enable you to lose a pound or two a week while supporting your basal metabolism (internal organ function, nervous system, etc.). The rule is to allow 10 calories a day for each pound of your present body weight. As you lose weight, you can gradually adjust calories downward to keep losing at this rate. Thus, a pesron who starts at 220 pounds should eat 2,200 calories a day at first. If your target weight is 180, then slowly reduce your calories to 1,800 a day.Another more aggressive approach is to institute a deficit of 500 calories a day for seven days (3,500 calories a week). Generally speaking, 3,500 calories equals one pound of body fat. * Excess fat in the abdomen (e.g. men) is a much greater health risk than excess fat around the hips and thighs (e.g. women). The extra abdominal fat crowds the abdominal organs and the proximity to the liver means that, when metabolized, abdominal fat can raise blood cholesterol levels and lower the body's sensitivity to insulin. Obviously, this sets the stage for diabetes. Furthermore, the risk for disease rises significantly with a waist circumference of over 40 inches for men and 35 inches for women. * Despite what all the infomercials try and sell, there is no such thing as spot reducing (aka: losing fat in a particular location). The fact is, muscles do not own the fat which surrounds them. Since all body fat is shared by all the muscles and organs, spot reducing exercises that work only the flabby areas will not help to reduce the fat in that location. However, tightening the muscles in trouble spots, through a more-complete exercise program, may improve the appearance of these areas…especially as time progresses.* Many dieters experience a temporary plateau after about 3 weeks some may even notice a slight weight gain. This is because they have gained water weight temporarily while they are still losing body fat. The fat they are hoping to lose must be used for energy, which requires (among other elements) water to do this. Once the water leaves the cells, it enters the blood, then the kidneys and finally into the bladder for excretion. The signal that the plateau is over is frequent urination.Andy P Certified Nutritionist@ PreventionProof.com
Thursday, August 09, 2012 3:21:29 AM by iirxpit
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