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1705 Views 8 Replies Latest reply: Dec 9, 2010 5:00 AM by LemonaidLucy RSS
DdubsGirl Rookie 4 posts since
Dec 8, 2010
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Dec 8, 2010 7:26 AM

*knock knock* New here

Hi all

So I'm about to start this program  and I remember a few months ago there were a few NKOTB fans starting it.. I was wondering if anyone here is an NKOTB fan and if anyone has a good podcast/music list to get me started...

  • flamomof3 Legend 1,927 posts since
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    1. Dec 8, 2010 10:58 AM (in response to DdubsGirl)
    Re: *knock knock* New here

    Hello and Welcome, Robert urlley(sp) has a good plan on Itunes (Free) to c25k it was until the 8th or 9th that I used my own music for the time alloted. Good Luck

  • Modimum Amateur 35 posts since
    Nov 23, 2010
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    2. Dec 8, 2010 11:22 AM (in response to flamomof3)
    Re: *knock knock* New here

    I used Robert Ullrey's too, since I really like trance, but it's easy to make your own. It took me about an hour to knock the first weeks of bridge to 10k out with my own music.

     

    I used garageband, but I'm sure there are a million ways to do it.

  • Modimum Amateur 35 posts since
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    4. Dec 8, 2010 2:06 PM (in response to DdubsGirl)
    Re: *knock knock* New here

    If you have an iPhone, there's an app that allows you to play voice cues over your own music.

     

    If you don't, you basically create your own podcast. I can only tell you how to do this in GarageBand, which may not be that useful if you don't have it.

     

    But basically, I recorded myself giving the walk/run/etc cues, then dropped them onto a timeline so that they came in at the right intervals, and then dragged in the music I wanted to use.

     

    I'd look for some kind of "make your own podcast" software and do it. Then export it to iTunes, copy it across and you're ready to go. It is a little weird having myself tell me what to do, but I needed to e in control of the music, and this was the easist way.

  • LemonaidLucy Legend 332 posts since
    Sep 19, 2010
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    6. Dec 8, 2010 11:25 PM (in response to DdubsGirl)
    Re: *knock knock* New here

    I also used Ullrey until that week there was no intervals. SInce then I run with my own music. Either shuffle or make a playlist, mix it up in Mixmeister.





    Lucie


    PB 5k (training): 25:32, PB 10K (training): 56:05, PB 20k: 1:55:13, PB half marathon: 2:01:32  

    4/2/2011 Prague International Half Marathon 2:03:37

    6/04/2011 Silva Nortica Trail Half Marathon 2:14:54

    6/18/2011 Olomouc Half Marathon

    8/14/2011 Zebrak 25K

    Not faster, but farther. Not catch up, but hunt down.

  • Modimum Amateur 35 posts since
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    7. Dec 9, 2010 4:46 AM (in response to DdubsGirl)
    Re: *knock knock* New here

    I came upon it weeks ago when i was looking into it, so no.

     

    Google will find it for you.

  • LemonaidLucy Legend 332 posts since
    Sep 19, 2010
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    8. Dec 9, 2010 5:00 AM (in response to DdubsGirl)
    Re: *knock knock* New here




    Lucie


    PB 5k (training): 25:32, PB 10K (training): 56:05, PB 20k: 1:55:13, PB half marathon: 2:01:32  

    4/2/2011 Prague International Half Marathon 2:03:37

    6/04/2011 Silva Nortica Trail Half Marathon 2:14:54

    6/18/2011 Olomouc Half Marathon

    8/14/2011 Zebrak 25K

    Not faster, but farther. Not catch up, but hunt down.

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