Wednesday, February 11, 2009

2 cents

(From the March 2009 issue of Runner's World)

Useful advice: "Mood is an early indicator of overtraining, so take a rest day if you're feeling cranky."

Not so useful advice: "'When I can sleep for 10 or more hours, I notice a big difference in the quality of my workouts.'"

People can do that? That's a choice? Maybe she means 10 hours in two nights?

6 comments:

Jesse said...

For some people, the chronic cranksters (Roger... just kidding... kind of...), the first piece of advice is probably not so helpful either.

Maybe one could read it as more cranky...

Also, one time I had the flu and got 10 hours of sleep but it didn't seem to help my workouts so much.

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one time I had the flu and got 10 hours of sleep but it didn't seem to help my workouts so much.

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