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WE GIVE YOU SOMETHING GOOD TO READ
Don't you just love the new year? New hopes and dreams for the next 12 months to come. It is probably true too. This year will be your best running year. Ever. You are going to run faster and look better running too. Since it will be your best year you will probably make more friends. Just think of what is ahead of you. Thank goodness the year has already begun, otherwise it would be too hard to wait for.
New year enthuasiam is just great. You know what else is great? OrthoAthletic.com. I bet you that just about every piece of news worthy information we will give you in this newsletter will have something to do with OrthoAthletic.com. By the way, OrthoAthletic.com is an online retailer of sports medicine products. Offering a full line of orthopedic and nutritional items designed for the treatment of running and general sports injuries. OrthoAthletic features an amazing selection of products for runners including knee braces, back braces, knee supports, ankle supports, and foot care products.
First piece of news is that there are a few new crossroads signs (United States of America and Thailand) added this month World Crossroads. Crossroad signs and OrthoAthletic.com, this is an easy one. If you don't pay attention to the crossroads signs then you will clearly need OrthoAthletic.com after you carelessly cross a busy street.
How exciting is it that there is a new running course description for Johnston Atoll, in Oceania? Thank you to our dedicated Planeteer who sent in this description to activate the location. The description is pretty good too. Basically just find something big, like and airstrip, and run around it. And yes OrthoAthletic.com ships worldwide, even to Oceania (everyone in Oceania is probably saying "What do you mean even?").
Walk The Planet is popping with new articles this month. One new article - Ten thousand steps a day - writes about how many steps you walk each day, and coincidentally the other article offers Tips for walking faster. Perhaps if the fact is that we walk all day, and we then increase our speed, would this mean that if we are having a bad day all we have to do that day is walk faster to get it over with? That is up for debate, but one thing for sure is that OrthoAthletic.com can help walkers too. Afterall, we all know that fast walkers can leave in their dust a few of us runners.
Are you in the mood for a laugh, read the two new jokes on the Rtp Jokes webpage. OrthoAthletic.com, well it is no joke.
This month we introduce the new PocketPC in the Run The Software section of Run The Software. What does OrthoAthletic.com have to do with Run The Software? We will let the brainacts figure that one out.
There is another program in the Shoe Recycling Programs and this connection is an easy one. If you don't keep your shoes in good shape and buy new ones you will most definitely need OrthoAthletic.com. There is nothing like a bad pair of shoes to mess up your knees.
The last two pieces of news are so simple to link to OrthoAthletic.com.
In Rtp Shoes there is a new article, titled Show me the road, on a new shoe that is a human-powered lighting shoe to use when you are in the dark. Now that is cool, just like all the items at, well, you should know by now.
Finally, there is a new article on the Dr. Planet webpage, on Monitoring a runner on the Internet. Dr. Planet.. OrthoAthletic.com... no need to point out the connection.
So here it is. At the end of this newsletter all that is left for you is a confession. There is a new article added to Run The Planet this month on... the History of walking robots. A machine, and not in the superfast-runner sense. An actual nuts and bolts metal walking machine. A machine that will never need a knee brace, a bunch of metal that will never see the light of day of an ankle brace. Of all the article to have to mention this month. Why this month, why, when OrthoAthletic.com are our new best friends? Perhaps we could stretch it that OrthoAthletic.com is accessed by a machine, the computer, a distant realative of the walking robot, a relative with no legs. But that would just be insulting to you readers (most of you).
But then again, we mentioned that just about every piece of news in this newsletter would have to do with OrthoAthletic.com and here you go, the one that does not.
We leave you with this final statement which is so catchy it will probably become a certain company's new slogan: OrthoAthletic.com, the website that has everything for everyone, except walking robots.
That pretty much sums it up.
Thank you for reading and thanks to OrthoAthletic.com for giving us such a great product to work with as we tried to give meaning to Run The Planet news.
Off you go to run in this beautiful new year!
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WHERE TO RUN IN THE WORLD
Description of the month - Kyoto (Japan)
By Jake Jacobsen - An excellent place to run is on the grounds of the Imperial Palace. A high wall protects the palace grounds from the surrounding city. You can run a loop inside the wall that is about two kilometers or so. Beautiful surroundings. Once inside the wall you would never guess that you are in the center of a very large city. Several gates allow entry into the palace grounds. I ran during the day, and I am certain that it is a very safe place to run during daylight hours. I saw both locals and tourists running around the grounds. Avoid the traffic and have some fun, cars are not allowed on the palace grounds. I stayed at the Okura Hotel, accross the street from City Hall, and it is about one half kilometer from the palace grounds.
New and updated cities this month on Run The Planet
Athens (Greece), Austin (Usa/Texas), Byron Bay (Australia), Delaware (Usa/Ohio), Havana (Cuba), Hong Kong (China/Hong Kong), Johnston Island (Johnston Atoll), Kyoto (Japan), Los Gatos (Usa/California), Mission Viejo (Usa/California), Palmerston North (New Zealand), Roma (Italy), Sandviken (Sweden), Sligo (Ireland), Tokyo (Japan).
New nations and territories this month on Run The Planet
WEBSITES THAT RECEIVED THE RUN THE PLANET AWARD
RUNNING LINKS ADDED THIS MONTH TO RUN THE PLANET
Rokapu - The Inca Trail is widely known as the four-day trek from Ollantaytamboto to Machu Picchu and is breathtaking in its own right, but if you are a person who prefers the less-traveled route, true physical challenge, in-depth experience of local culture, then come experience the other Inca Trail with Rokapu Adventure Travel, offering treks to Machu Picchu via the backdoor - the Inca Trail connecting the ancient city of Choquequirao to Machu Picchu - by keeping to the Incan Trail tradition of running.
George Washington Birthday Celebration - This website lists all the events which will take place in the city of Alexandria in the month of February. Included on the website is information about the "George Washington Birthday Classic 10K" and the organizations that will benefit from this race. On-line registration is available along with the UsaTF certified map of the course.
Fells Point Runners - We are a social group with a running problem and welcome all with similar addiction. All are encouraged to join us as we have runners that are new to the sport along with experienced marathoners and ultra marathoners. All paces, all distances are welcome.
Runnergy - Performance footwear for athletes.
Gay Outdoors - A website providing gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered and questioning outdoor enthusiasts a unique environment in which everyone can be comfortable. A diverse, judgement-free zone where a lasting, active outdoor lifestyle can be built.
Cycling ad walking vacations - United Kingdom. Walking and cycling vacations and bike tours in Suffolk.
York Road Races - A running website created with the York, Harrisburg, and Lancaster counties in mind. On this site you will find a fairly comprehensive race calendar and race results. There is also a message board for runners to share their thoughts and experiences. In addition there is a York cross-country and track section.
The New York Flyers - The New York Flyers was founded in 1989, with the goal of establishing a running club open to individuals of all athletic abilities and experience levels. In 1991, the Club's objectives were expanded to embrace multi-sport activities, such as biathlons and triathlons. The Flyers are the New York Road Runners' official pace leaders for the "New York City Marathon" training runs.
NEW EVENTS THIS MONTH IN THE RUN THE PLANET CALENDAR
Tromsø (Norway) Polar Night Halfmarathon; Alexandria (Usa/Virginia) Potomac River Run Marathon and Half; Panama City (Panama) Panama City International Marathon; Arezzo (Italy) Corsa di Emergency; Prato (Italy) Macinata; Cascine di Buti (Italy) Maratonina delle colline cascinesi; Alexandria (Usa/Virginia) George Washington Birthday Classic; Rho (Italy) Stra...Rhodense; San Francisco (Usa/California) Run To The Far Side; San Francisco (Usa/California) Jamba Juice BananaMan Chase; Castro Valley (Usa/California) Eden Medical Center's Run to the Lake; Danville (Usa/California) Andronico's Devil Mountain Run; Cupertino (Usa/California) HP Up&Running; San Francisco (Usa/California) Emerald Nuts Across the Bay 12K; San Francisco (Usa/California) KaiserPermanente San Francisco Half Marathon; Misterbianco (Italy) Trofeo Podistico Internazionale; Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Spain) Carrera del Atlantico; Waupaca (Usa/Wisconsin) Waupaca Area Triathlon; Lakewood (Usa/Washington) Annual Run/Walk 4 The Heart (Youth Against Crime) Benefit Challenge; Gold Coast (Australia) Gold Coast Airport Marathon; Frosinone (Italy) Trofeo di Natale; Arcisate (Italy) Trofeo Miotti Sport; San Diego (Usa/California) Race Judicata 5k Fun Run/Walk; Bergamo (Italy) Mezza Maratona Città di Bergamo; Prato (Italy) Prato Marathon; Ferrara (Italy) Vigaranomarathon; Siracusa (Italy) Siracusa City Marathon; Grosseto (Italy) Trofeo del vino; Venezia (Italy) Venicemarathon; Cagnano Varano (Italy) Maratona del Gargano; Calderara di Reno (Italy) Maratona dei tre Comuni; Calderara di Reno (Italy) Maratona di San Silvestro; Piney Point (Usa/Maryland) Lower Potomac River Marathon and Two-Person Relay; Narni (Italy) Cross del Donatore; Lacona (Italy) Isola d'Elba Ecomarathon Tour; Auronzo di Cadore (Italy) Camignada; Cologno Monzese (Italy) Marcia di San Maurizio; Mariánské Lázne (Czech Republic) Golden Czech Trophy Marienbad 10k; Rogers (Usa/Arkansas) Running for the Green; Napoli (Italy) Le colline di Napoli; Siena (Italy) Scarpinata di primavera; Milwaukee (Usa/Wisconsin) Milwaukee's Lakefront Marathon; Luco dei Marsi (Italy) A Luco di corsa; Bra (Italy) Nove miglia; Trapani (Italy) Sicilia in 100 km; Vicovaro (Italy) Maratona ecologico-culturale dei Monti Lucretili; Dicomano (Italy) Coppa Carnevale; Levanto (Italy) StraLevanto; Pieve a Nievole (Italy) Correndo con Stefania; Parabita (Italy) Maratona del Salento; Cornaiano-Appiano (Italy) Eppaner Weinstrassenlauf; Byron Bay (Australia) Byron Bay Triathlon; Busalla (Italy) Sarissola-Savignone e dintorni.
THE GLOBAL TELEGRAPH
• QATAR / Kwalia free to become Qatari citizen
The IAAF has approved Kenya's James Kwalia's transfer of allegiance to Qatar with effect from October 28, 2004. The clearance was reached during the ongoing International Association of Athletic Federations Council meeting... read more online in the January 2005 issue
• BARBADOS / Ronald Mogaka wins Run Barbados
On December 4th in the Caribbean, the "Run Barbados 10K" featured Ronald Mogaka (Kenya) first in 30:16, Joseph Kamau (Kenya) second in 30:29, David Njuguna... read more online in the January 2005 issue
• CROATIA / Terra Incognita race
"Terra Incognita" is one of the toughest competition in the world. It relies heavily on teamwork, endurance and navigation as well as individual skills. Mixed gender teams of four race together for 400 kilometers through a series of checkpoints to get to the finish line as quick as they can... read more online in the January 2005 issue
• OREGON (USA) / Roe elected to second term as UsaTF President
Bill Roe has been elected to a second term as Usa Track & Field's president, leading a Board of Directors for the next four years whose composition was finalized in elections on December 3, 2004... read more online in the January 2005 issue
• FRANCE / Halina Karnatsevich easily wins in La Rochelle
On November 28th in France, the "La Rochelle Marathon" had Kiprotich Yator (Kenya) together with Duncan Kibet (Kenya), Stephen Rerimoi (Kenya), and Mikola Roudik (Ukraine) through the half (66:27) and on to... read more online in the January 2005 issue
• CALIFORNIA (USA) / Travel and train for your marathon
Breakaway Performance is a new company that offers a different type of active vacation: destination marathon training and coaching. The concept is unique: participants learn to properly train for a marathon while relaxing at and exploring a luxury destination... read more online in the January 2005 issue
RUN THE PLANET MAIL
While you were running did you ever have a question? Did you ever have an opinion about something and ask yourself "Is it just me?"? Did you ever come up with a great idea and wonder if you could just tell everyone the world would be a better place? Did you ever have a revelation and want to share it with others? Well now is your chance to address any one of these question, and basically anything else you come up with while you are running. To hear an opinion, or run an idea past someone. Visit the "Rtp Mail" webpage to receive an answer to your running related questions or to read an opinion about your running thoughts. Here are the last three question asked:
•Are there studies on road race cheering? - I have been running road races for several years now, and I have noticed that the quality and enthusiasm of the cheering crowds change from mile to mile. Have any social studies been conducted to explore the phenomenon of road race cheering, and what advice would you give to a crowd of race spectators situated at various locations along the race course? - Cheerleading Cherub
•Why do we need to replace our shoes so often? - Even with all the new technology and research in running shoes, why do the experts still recommend that we replace our shoes every five hundred miles? It seems to me that as the price of shoes increase, their life span should increase as well - Everlasting Shoes
•Is there a rubbing cream designed to relieve foot pain? - This has been bugging me for awhile since I am a long-time runner as well as a waitress. What nice pain-relieving rubbing cream is specifically designed to relieve foot pain? I just want to rub it in the night before and wake up, get out of bed, step on my feet, and not feel any pain. Any suggestions? - Victoria Drake
RUN THE PLANET LIBRARY
"Many people start off jogging and almost as many quit out of boredom. Why?" - asks Dr. C.S. Lovett, author of this book - "They have nothing to do. But if you learn to jog with Jesus that won't happen to you". This book shows how to enjoy the benefits of jogging and at the same time develop a glorious relationship with the Lord. "Have you noticed that when your body is busy, your mind is free to fellowship with the Lord?" continues Dr. Lovett. "In a shower, for example, when your body is made comfortable by the warm water, it is easy for your spirit to take over and your thinking drift to the Lord. The same is true when you jog. Your body loves it, time flies and your spirit soars. When the body is busy with something of its own, your mind is free to dream about the Lord. Sometimes I close my eyes momentarily while jogging to get a more vivid picture of Jesus on the screen of my mind. The Holy Spirit enjoys this kind of fellowship. Nothing is structured and the Spirit can put amazing things on the screen of your mind. Every Christian should set aside time for the Lord in these busy days, and jogging with Jesus is the answer". Author Dr. Lovett is the president of Personal Christianity, evangelical interdenominational ministry founded by him and three other pioneers, Jack Kerr, Warren Belknap and Andrew Parish. For the past fifty years Dr. Lovett has had but one objective: preparing Christians for the second coming of Christ. This book is one of his dozens of publications designed to help believers be prepared for Christ's appearing. Among Lovett's books "Help Lord the Devil wants me fat!" and "Jesus wants you well" for God really doesn't want the Spirit's temple to be in bad shape - Click on the cover to order this book at a special price
For the last twenty years Yiannis Kouros has competed in ultrarunning better than all others. Finally his story is told through his own narration in this film documentary (Greek with English subtitles). Kouros has set 152 world records while competing in races such as "Athens-Sparta", "Sydney-Melbourne", 1000 miles races, and 6-day events. As he points out, ultrarunning is a struggle against both nature and human endurance which takes on an almost metaphysical character. Archival footage from ultraraces are blended with Kouros speaking about his life experiences gained through running. This first person account is broken into sections ranging in time from two minutes to eleven minutes. Here are the section headings as they appear in this film: Ultrarunning, Childhood, "Spartathlon": In the footsteps of Phidippidis, Inspiration, Immigrant in Australia, Family, "Sidney-Melbourne", In Pursuit of the Record, Fear, Defeat, Death, and Olympics. The following quotes are taken directly from the subtitles, with Kouros providing the speaking. Preparations: "The verb endure is not a physical verb, it is a spiritual one. Endure means to withstand... you must be patient and then do solid training. Without patience, you will never conquer endurance"; "I practice a couple of hours morning and evening with many breaks"; "I disagree with speed and quantities; I do quality training with rhythm depending on the race’s needs". Racing: "We are racing against nature, clock, time, distance... your body cannot carry you... to run for 24 or 48 hours or six days. No one completes the race via his body but via his mind."; "I eat every twenty minutes. I drink every fifteen minutes in cold, ten minutes in normal and seven minutes in heat wave. All this while moving"; "When I run the 24 hours, I never sleep; I hardly sleep on the 48 hours unless I have an incredible need to, I sleep for only ten minutes on the second night. I’ll rest for ten minutes... no longer... I cannot afford to lose more time"; "I change my T-shirt every half-hour whilst running, without a second’s delay. When I pause it is for the bare minimum time waste"; "I ask for music on two occasions: when tired and need inspiration or when high and wish to be higher"; "When you are at your lowest, exhausted, having nails missing, knees blown up and a sore back you try to inspire yourself and overcome these obstacles"; "The day after the race, you feel like death itself, you are in bed and they drag you about, massaging you. You drink and get to the toilet ever so often as your kidneys have packed up... indescribable moments". His thoughts: "In reality, I have lived all by myself and to date, I remain alone…I regard this as a privilege, this is how I gained, I discovered my strengths"; "The rational in doing such a sport, is to experience the extraordinary moments of exceeding. You cannot experience them in normal life"; "There is nothing more dear than your health, your life, and of course your family"; "I'd like to think myself as a messenger. I want to inspire, give the message that something is doable, it is not improbable... everything is possible as far as I am concerned as long as you go for it...". Kouros shares numerous lessons and we can all learn something about our own endurance, and life, through this film presentation. Others have awarded this film as it captured the second prize of the sixth Thessaloniki Documentary Section "Images of the 21st Century", for a documentary longer than 45 minutes. Elias Giannakakis wrote and directed this production with the musical score by Marios Aristopoulos. The only downfall to this production is that it has not been picked up by a large distribution company to be marketed beyond Greece.
Visit the "Rtp Museum" webpage with its Worldwide Gallery and World Art Tour to see more running, hiking, walking, or feet related masterpieces and where to run while visiting the city hosting the art piece
Da Vinci's anatomical drawings, due to his extreme curiosity, became one of his most profound works to date. In 1508 he sketched these "Studies of a left leg showing bones and tendons" (pen and ink; dimensions 21,5 x 11 centimeters). Inventor, painter, sculptor, scientist, architect, musician, mathematician and philosopher, Leonardo da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452 in Anchiano, near Vinci in the province of Firenze (Italy). He was the illegitimate son of a notary, Ser Piero, and a woman named Caterina. After spending part of his childhood in his father's home in Vinci, in 1460 he moved to Firenze and nine years later he began his apprenticeship in Verrocchio's artisan workshop learning painting, sculpture and acquiring technical and mechanical skills. Between 1482 and 1499 Leonardo was in the service of Ludovico il Moro, the Duke of Milano. After abandoning Milano (the duchy had fallen under the control of the French armies of Louis XII), he started wandering from court to court. He traveled to Mantova, Venezia and finally reached Firenze in 1500. He then entered the service of Cesare Borgia as a senior military architect and general engineer, but by 1504 he was back in Firenze where he began the painting he is probably best known for, the "Mona Lisa" also known as "La Gioconda". In 1506 Leonardo returned for a second period in Milano. Again his scientific work took precedence over his painting and he was involved in hydraulic engineering, mechanics, mathematics, optics and anatomy. Following the return of the Sforzas as rulers of Milan once more, in 1513 Leonardo moved to Rome on the invitation of the newly-elected pope, Giuliano de' Medici, but after three years of unhappiness, he accepted an invitation from the King of France, François I, to enter his service at the Castle of Cloux, near Amboise. Leonardo died on May 2, 1519.
PENGUIN INSPIRATION OF THE MONTH
Visit JohnBingham.com for more running pearls of wisdom from John "the Penguin" Bingham. Through his popular monthly column in Runner's World magazine, his breakthrough first book "The Courage to Start: A Guide to Running for Your Life" and his best selling "No Need for Speed: A Beginner's Guide to the Joy of Running" the Penguin has inspired hundreds of thousands of men and women to run for fun, fitness, and self-affirmation.
Hold what you have got - This is always a scary time for me. The event is too far away to really relax and get ready. But, it is also too close for your training to do you any good. The key is to hold what you have got. Read and re-read your log book. Remember what worked and what did not. Start thinking (obsessing) about what you are going to wear, what you are going to eat, and where you are going to hang your medal.
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RUN THE PLANET STATISTICS
0015 New running course descriptions this month 2742 Cities activated on Run The Planet 3563 Running course descriptions on Run The Planet 0001 New nations or territories activated this month 0235 Nations and territories activated on Run The Planet 0056 New events in the worldwide running calendar this month 1721 Events in the Run The Planet worldwide calendar 0008 New links on "Running links" this month 2142 Links on "Running links"• Are you a Planeteer? - Runners are visiting Run The Planet from the following 165 countries and territories (and the list keeps growing!): Albania, American Samoa, Andorra, Angola, Antigua & Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Azerbaidjan, Bahamas, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bermuda, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, China, Cocos (Keeling Islands), Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Djibouti, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Fiji, Finland, France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Guam, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Netherlands, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Niue, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Rwanda, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Solomon Islands, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Swaziland, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Tuvalu, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America, Uruguay, former U.S.S.R., Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Vatican City state, Venezuela, Vietnam, Virgin Islands, Yemen, Yugoslavia, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
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