09-28-2007, 02:40 PM
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Join Date: Jan 2007
It's happened to me before, but only on long runs, like 8+ miles. I get to a point where I feel like I could run forever, and where I can increase my pace a lot. It's kinda weird, I eventually have to make myself stop because I would be wicked sore and wicked tired later if I just kept going. It's not like euphoric or anything, but still nice.
Also, to Nicole44, since you said your feet and ankles hurt, what part of your foot is hitting the the ground first? I had a huge problem with my ankles when I started running cross country in HS (I was used to soccer running, which is different than distance running) but my coach said to land on my heel and kinda roll toward to the front of my foot...I dunno if that makes sense but it worked and felt better
Before that I was landing on the side of my foot/toes and that is apparently only supposed to be done when sprinting or running up a hill so that's why it hurt when I tried to run far.
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Last edited by scatter_us_away; 09-28-2007 at 02:42 PM.