do more high intensity interval training, paired with more distanced based training once a week ish, again I highly recommend you get a coach because it will make all the difference in the world.
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theres been a big shift in distance run training, previously it was thought better to do low intensity high frequency and volume training, but that has shown to be ineffective and unsustainable as it has a high injury rate. most top distance running coaches are switching to a low volume high intensity training. also remember this, a runner who runs for 10 years is a better runner then a runner who runs for 7 months, take things slow. unlike football or baseball or any of those big sports, you can continue to run competitively for decades to come my friend, you are overtraininig if you are atrophing, so back off, you wont get better overnight but over time. i wouldnt do this alone, i would get a coach personally.
I would like to apologize to anyone in the community that I might have gotten the wrong idea from me. During the time that I was more active in TF2 my life was slowly spiraling, but that still gives me no excuses for some of the things I did to some people. My depression wasn't as bad as Tury's is but it was still a problem (like all depressions are). It started around 2014 and life just got real dull for me for no apparent reason. Then things started going down hill very fast, like breakups and losing friends because people said its like I wasn't emotionally there anymore. It continued to spiral into 2015 and in the middle of that year is when it really began to hit its peak. I had a couple of nervous breakdowns in mid 2015 and became sick. Lots of health issues like with the eyes and mental health issues run in my family and I began to see the effects of them, mainly with my eyes as my vision is becoming worse and I'll probably be blind when I'm older. I tried to overdose on Adderall which was a terrible idea because you basically can't it will just give you the effect of drinking like 10 energy drinks really quickly. It wasn't so much that I wanted to die I just wanted to be happy again and find some emotional stability. Anyways, I began to fill my time with activities that I enjoyed doing and tried to never be alone as much as possible because my depression would thrive when I'm lonely. I wouldn't say that I've beat my depression and I still have a hard time connecting to people but I'm in a much better place and things are improving. I'm really glad that this past month is Mental Health Awareness month because things like this and others are an issue that don't get as much attention to but should. The biggest thing for me was how well I hid it, I would seem happy on the outside but I very much wasn't on the inside and thats how it went unnoticed from me and many other people.
if you include all stuff tf2 related
the heavy from tf2center, still have hearing issues
SkyRanger-TSARBUXI entered the comp scene recently (only in Iron HL and 6s)
i get what he was doing and why people responded the way people did but for a community who is always on the line between failure and just starting to finally take off competitively, people (especially on this forum) tend to be a deterrent to newer people when people probably should be bending over backwards for the newer members
help em out and if they begin to joke around too, just ignore them, its literally so easy
careful rando tryna lowkey cuck her from u
i wonder why new people come and go so often in this community
An uncomfortable amount of people apparently talk to themselves in this community.
considering the amount that rando has discussed about fucking bitches, I am disappointed in this 6 at best
you can buy shirts from forever 21 for like 3 dollars, and unlike h&m, they wont feel like sandpaper on your skin, but they will disintegrate to shreds in a few months, as opposed to the sandpaper shirts from h&m which will disintegrate in several months, but that is ok, because you bought a 3 dollar shirt
the end of the drought boys.
this was the drama tftv needed.
i think its a video game and your overthinking things
aieraGeel9the human brain only sees in 147hz anyways so i don't see the point in buying a 4ms monitorsource please
its 150 but the mind actually interprets up to 1000hz
im using the cx300 II's, they are pretty nice, my only complaint with them is that the cord on the left ear is shorter than the right, dont know if thats just mine but it is what it is.
oh wait ghosted