"easy" vs. "LSD" ?

"easy" vs. "LSD" ?

Post by Dena » Thu, 27 Apr 2000 04:00:00


In the 28 week Ironman training program I got off of the trinewbies site, there
are "easy" runs and there are "LSD" runs.

What's the difference?

 
 
 

"easy" vs. "LSD" ?

Post by Phil Squir » Thu, 27 Apr 2000 04:00:00

I'd GUESS that an easy run is a short recovery run at a low HR, not long
enough to stress your body greatly and LSD is your long run where you start
out thinking "this is too slow" and finish craving strange foods and
thinking "jeez, that was further than I thought"

Phil

| In the 28 week Ironman training program I got off of the trinewbies site,
there
| are "easy" runs and there are "LSD" runs.
|
| What's the difference?

 
 
 

"easy" vs. "LSD" ?

Post by Dena » Fri, 28 Apr 2000 04:00:00

Well yesterday's workout was an "easy" run of an hour and a half!  Not exactly
a "short" recovery run, at least for me.

 
 
 

"easy" vs. "LSD" ?

Post by tridor » Fri, 28 Apr 2000 04:00:00



Quote:
> In the 28 week Ironman training program I got off of the trinewbies
site, there
> are "easy" runs and there are "LSD" runs.

> What's the difference?

"EASY"--- That's girls of low m***standards, generally in High
School, that are willing to sleep with lowlife bottom feeders like
TriDork, in order to get attention.

"LSD"---That's a drug that induces psychadelic episodes similar to
running a REALLY REALLY long way.

Sorry :-)  I just couldn't help myself
--
ALWAYS have a "Plan B"

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"easy" vs. "LSD" ?

Post by Phil Squir » Fri, 28 Apr 2000 04:00:00

In which case they don't use the same descriptions as my coach.

Though an hour and a half is a warm up eh? :-))))

Phil

| Well yesterday's workout was an "easy" run of an hour and a half!  Not
exactly
| a "short" recovery run, at least for me.