Running Trainers Alamogordo NM

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Namaste
(505) 434-3951
700 1st St
Alamogordo, NM
 
Wellness Center
(575) 437-3351
1401 10th St
Alamogordo, NM
 
Alamogordo Physical Therapy
(575) 437-3351
1401 10th St
Alamogordo, NM
 
Bartlett Kimberly
(575) 624-2995
500 N Main St
Roswell, NM
Industry
Massage Practitioner, Mental Health Professional, Personal Trainer, Yoga Instructor

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Curves Of Taos
(505) 751-1113
1350 Paseo Del Pueblo Sur # A
Taos, NM
 
Anytime Fitness Alamogordo, NM
(575) 439-8100
1300 Hamilton Road
Alamogordo, NV
Programs & Services
24-hr Operations, Cardio Equipment, Circuit Training, Elliptical Trainers, Free Weights, Parking, Personal Training, Spinning, Stair Climber, Stationary Bikes, Treadmill, Weight Machines

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Otero Preventive Action Toward Health
(575) 437-2460
700 1st St
Alamogordo, NM
 
Instant Karma
(575) 682-2651
302 Burro Ave
Cloudcroft, NM
 
Namaste
(505) 434-3951
700 1st St
Alamogordo, NM
 
Round 1 Fight Trainers
(505) 234-9883
4103 Harmon Ln
Carlsbad, NM
 
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Picking Tunes for Your Run

Picking Tunes for Your Run
Running is a stunning example of physics and more specifically, momentum. Interestingly enough, progress in both running and life is determined by your management of potential and kinetic energy in order to maximize the benefits of momentum. Look up "momentum" in your favorite dictionary for a wonderful disruption to your day; it is truly fascinating stuff when put into context of a runner and the human body. However, disrupting a runner's momentum generally yields results that can be very unpleasant.  

Converting one's potential into kinetic energy should not be disrupted by the ill-kept promises of technology. Although gadgets have promised more of this momentum, it is all too easy to focus on the technology instead of the core activity of running. The latest running technology--such as Apple's iPod Shuffle and Adidas/Sennheiser running headphones--have made the integration of tech easier than ever before. Even so, the disruption caused by flailing cables or tumbling earbuds disrupts focus and results in lost momentum. Fear not my fellow odometers...I will share with you some battle-tested, top-secret, G14 classified tips for mastering running technology; you have the ability to eliminate disruption and make your run as fun or focused as you desire.

Lets start with apparel and the old mantra that less is more. For many, the appeal of running is its minimalist roots. Along with swimming and wrestling, it is the simplest sport known to man. As you add shoes, braces, visors, wristbands, iPods, fanny-packs, pedometers, heart-rate monitors, headphones and sunglasses, you increase your resistance significantly. Some of this gear is required and that is OK but for most, consolidation works wonders for improving stride, focus and efficiency. Keep a gym-bag or milk-crate in your car trunk with items that are not essential to every run, but may be essential to a particular run. This lets you keep what you need near you at all times instead of on you. As your performance increases, the need for gizmos will wane and the fine tuned machine you are driving starts to work on its own clock. Seasoned runners know their pace without a glance at the watch or distance and you can get there too.

Once you have consolidated your gadget collection to what you need it is time to increase efficiency with your bio-mechanics. While your stride is as unique to you as your fingerprint, your gear, no matter how generic, should work with your form- not against it. Shoes with a spider-web of laces contribute to drag and present a hurdle at every step. Use shorter laces and double-knot to reduce free-hanging laces from flopping.

Many athletes, pro and amateur, run to stay in good shape. If you run, wear running-specific shorts. Period. The reduction in fabric and seam alignment make a world of difference. Basketball shorts or even mid-length trunks add resistance to every stride no matter how bad you want to hide your s...

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Bataan Memorial Death March
March
White Sands Missile Range, NM
bataan@conus.army.mil
http://www.bataanmarch.com
I've done 17 marathons - this was unreal. I wasn't prepared for the sand.I wasn't prepared for all the loose sand - many miles of this and a lot of it uphill.This course was nice due to the dirt. Not much pavement to pound the feet and joints.I was shocked as to how difficult walking 26.2 miles could be. I've been on a lot of forced marches but none were harder than this.Training for this course like a regular marathon doesn't quite do the trick. I should have done a lot of hiking, hills, rough terrain type training.
Turtle Marathon
September
Roswell, NM
roswellrunnersclub@yahoo.com
http://www.dfn.com/runners/index.html
New Mexico Cancer Center Duke City Marathon
October
Albuquerque, NM
dukecitymarathon@prodynamic.com
http://www.dukecitymarathon.com
Shiprock Marathon
May
Shiprock, NM
jeffrey.fultz@ihs.gov
http://www.ShipRockMarathon.com
The Shiprock Marathon course is certified by USA Track & Field (#NM04003DS). The Marathon and 5-person coed Marathon Relays begin near Red Valley, less than a mile from the border with Arizona on Route 13. The point-to-point road course passes by the spectacular Shiprock, which is an 1800' volcanic cinder cone, visible during most of the Marathon . The Finish Lin e is in the city of Shiprock . The course has a few hills, mostly long gradual inclines. A Marathon course map with photos at various mile markers is available, as is a detailed altitude graph of the entire course. The Marathon begins at an elevation of almost 6000', peaks at 6070', and finishes at an altitude of 4800'. It is of special note that the final six miles are a gentle downhill grade. Water/energy drink stations will be available every 2 miles. Fruit will be available beginning at mile 16. Carbboom energy gel will also be available at mile 12, 16 and 20.