(Italiano) 10 cose da sapere prima di correre il Passatore

May 14, 2016 in The Expert Tips

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(Italiano) LA 100 KM DEL PASSATORE SI AVVICINA

May 6, 2016 in The Expert Tips, IO C'ERO, NEWS

 
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ob_477a94_ob-e49f42-dsc02842Lo spirito di avventura che in tutti noi runner viene esaltato durante la preparazione alla mitica 100 km del Passatore.

Era il Maggio del 1976  quando sul 5° numero della rivista Podismo redatta da Nerio Neri  apparve il mio primo articolo. Il tema era, neanche a farlo apposta, la 100 km del Passatore e ricordo che trattavo proprio, di come allenarsi per la manifestazione podistica che unisce la Toscana alla Romagna. Bei ricordi. Read the rest of this entry →

(Italiano) CON CHE SCARPE AFFRONTARE IL PASSATORE?

April 15, 2016 in The Expert Tips, NEWS

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(Italiano) Maggio tempo di Ultramaratone

April 3, 2016 in The Expert Tips, NEWS

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TRAINING FOR THE 100Km di Orlando Pizzolato

January 2, 2010 in The Expert Tips

The hundred metre sprinter’s training is not so different from that of a marathon runner, but of course there are some technical aspects to take into consideration. Read the rest of this entry →

IT’S THE TIME TO THINK ABOUT 100KM DEL PASSATORE di Fulvio Massini

January 1, 2010 in The Expert Tips

The purpose of the following words is to give some advice to everybody wants to test himself in this traditional run. Therefore, we’ll provide some general suggestions about how to crossing the finish line in Faenza, without causing any damages to your body. Read the rest of this entry →

RUNNING PROGRAMS FOR THE 100KM by Orlando Pizzolato

January 1, 2010 in The Expert Tips

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Initials e Abbreviations:

· LL = long slow distance

· PR = progression running

· R = rest

· CL = slow running

· IT = interval training

· G = race

· CLS = running strides

· ALL = sprints

· RL = speed endurance

· REC = recovery run

Notes: in the training programs I didn’t indicate the warm-up and the warm-down. Anyway, I advice you to run slowly for 3-5 km before the harder session (CLS, RL, IT) and, of course, before the race. At the end of every session,  I suggest you to run for another 5-10 minutes in order to warm-down. The training proposed could be changed taking into consideration the personal needs. The warm-down after every sprints is few minutes of slow running, but if your level is not so high you can walk for 50 m and then run for other 50 m. Read the rest of this entry →

SOME ADVICE ABOUT THE ULTRAMARATHONS by Fulvio Massini

January 1, 2009 in The Expert Tips

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Before long our territory will be the scene of two of the most important ultramarathons in the world. Both “Firenze-Faenza” run and “Pistoia-Abetone” run have to be considered international events and, in fact, every years a lot of fans comes from all over the world driven by a natural “adventurous spirit”. The amazing routes kindle the will of challenge.

In the following paragraphs I’ll give you some advice about how to live this competition without overwhelming by this “adventurous spirit” and avoiding too much damages for your body. The reason of the choice to participate to those types of running should be found in the words of Giampiero Vangi, an upholster from Florence, but adopted by Pistoia. He was keen on endurance running and three years ago before starting the 100 km he said that running a marathon is too exhausting, but running these long distances is relaxing. The meaning of these words is interesting, because they let us understand that we can appreciate deeply the race. Read the rest of this entry →