Monday, January 14, 2013

The 6 Most Important Treadmill Rules

Yesterday I did not have it in me to run outside.

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Before you start calling me a pussy, you must understand I am not afraid of the cold – in fact, I kind of like it. But, I am very ICE-phobic.  The last thing I need is to break my ass bone or get a phallic shaped bruise from falling on the ice.

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I am also sick and tired of wearing 29 layers on each run and was in the mood for a cute running skirt. But, cute running skirt + 10 degrees does not equal smart. So – I headed indoors. Unfortunately I do not have my own private paparazzi, so have to take mirror shots when no one is looking.

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The scenery at my gym is really outstanding:

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Here was my view for 7 miles. I am so glad the treadmill doesn't look out onto a beach or a mountain range or something. That would be far too distracting:

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As I was bored and running, I decided there should be some steadfast RULES FOR TREADMILL USE:

1. Wipe It. Always use a wipe to clean off other people’s germs, STDs, diseases and bodily fluids from the treadmill before you begin your workout. Also, use a wipe to clean off your germs, STDs, diseases and bodily fluids from the treadmill when you finish your workout.

2. Be Covert. Always spy on people nearby to find out how fast they are running. They best way to do this is to go get a drink from the water fountain and as you come back to your treadmill, casually walk behind them and glance at their pace and miles run.

3. Hang Up. Never talk on the phone while running on the treadmill. This is a sure fire way to be hated by other runners and will immediately classify you as a non-real-runner. Plus, if you can run and talk on your phone while on the treadmill, you should not be a runner you should join Cirque du Soleil because you are very coordinated.

4. Watch the Gas. If you wear ear buds while running, be aware that when you fart that while you may not be able to hear your flatulence, others around you who do not have ear buds on, CAN. And, everyone can smell it, ear buds or not.

5. Keep Quiet. Try your best not to slap your feet, grunt, groan or sing so loudly that you draw significant attention to yourself. We are all in this together, sharing a small space, so don’t monopolize.

6. Don’t Stink. Wear deodorant and FDS (if needed).

And, for God’s sake, do not try to do tricks or get on moving treadmills like some of these people (this clip is hilarious and puts those Biggest Loser treadmill accidents to shame).

Got any treadmill rules to share?

Ever had interesting/funny incidents happen to you while on the treadmill? I HAVE! I got on a moving treadmill once and was sling-shotted across the gym. Also, once while was running the custodian unplugged my treadmill (a$$!).

SUAR

100 comments:

  1. No funny stories, but my TM is in the basement so I can fart and make noises as much as I want.

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    1. Yes ^^ its very funny and "insolite" im french :D

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  2. Have you seen the "Cardio Bunny" clip yet?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8t-6fVqLdiE She may not be following the rules but I think when you're that coordinated, you can do whatever you want!

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  3. My rule - if the treadmill is making a bad noise, DON'T KEEP RUNNING ON IT. I witnessed a girl at my condo's gym make a treadmill explode once, not pretty (or smart of her, geez): http://runningonoatmeal.wordpress.com/2012/09/03/out-of-order/

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  4. Mine is in my basement among our junk so I have no good scenery either *sigh* ... but I can fart, grunt, cry, moan, dry heave ... whatever I need to do, in peace. :)

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  5. If I look like I working really hard, then I probably am. Don't try to engage me in conversation.

    The Kidless Kronicles

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    1. Thank you!! Sometimes people (*cough cough* my hubby) tries to talk to me when I am on the treadmill running. Seriously people, if the sweat dripping off my body isn't a clue that I am not talkative at the moment, the ear buds IN are another clue.

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  6. I remember seeing someone at the gym with the treadmill at the highest incline and was holding onto the rails. She was wearing a sweatsuit, with hoodie up, reading a magazine. I heard this whirling sound and was like wth is that and I looked over and saw that. Now the treadmill sits with an out of order sign on it. Hmm I wonder why?

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  7. I want that program I saw in Runner's World that connected to your shoe pod. It has a scenic trail, beach, etc and goes as fast as you are running. Hard to explain, it's in the mag this month.

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  8. Ugh, it was frigid yesterday! I had to run around 10am and it was 3 degrees. My dog seriously owes me on that one! I think it's the treadmill today!

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  9. 1. Smile if you meet someone else's eyes. We're all in this together, and you never know, you might gain a treadmill racing buddy. or they'll wonder WTH you are up to and you'll get more space on the stretching mat afterwards.

    2. If you sweat heavily, don't fling your already wet towel around when you are trying to mop your face and then cover the treadmill display. It splatters, yo.

    3. When it is busy at the gym, this is not the time to do your 10 mile run. Some people have to go back to work, unlike you, and want a treadmill to just go a mile or two.

    4. Singing "Fame" at the top of your voice while doing hip swivels on the side bars is disruptive. I don't care if it was a "top workout routine" in Seventeen magazine. Just don't do it.

    6. If you are blasting explicit rap or other such offensive music out your big how-do-you-run-in-those-and-not-sweat-your-ears-off headphones, be prepared for Polka or show tunes to blast out of mine when we are in the stretching area and you have turned your music off. Jes sayin'.

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    1. I agree. One more I would like to add to your and the blogger is this:
      Perfume (especially in excess) is not a good cover up for your lack of deodorant use. It is really hard to run when it smells like I am inside a perfume store.

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  10. This post made me chuckle. I have to do a lot/mot of my runs on the treadmill, but mine is at home so thankfully/unfortunately (depending on perspective), some of these things are not an issue for me.

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  11. I had a guy (white guy) next to me last week rapping along with his ipod. Explicit rap. I wanted to smack him.

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  12. We should cry for you b/c your treadmill view sucks? That is what most of face outdoors unlike you and the gorgeous mountain scenery....b*tch.....haha! You know I love you and at 10* I am to much of a pussyfoot to run outside either....I think. We don't get those days here in Dallas. It is 27* this morning and I about froze and my dog won't get out from under the 4 blankets on top of her.

    Rules - run outside but when you can't print up SUAR's 6 rules and follow. Especially the deodorant one.

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  13. You are so funny! I especially laughed at #2 because I am very guilty at looking at everybody's speed around me. The worst part is I have terrible eye sight so I'm sure that I'm leaning over and making it really obvious.

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  14. My treadmill is 15 years old! I think it has lasted so long because I don't use it very much. My husband replaced the belt a few years ago, and it occasionally slips--when you least expect it. Anyways, as I write this I am sitting in my tights and turtleneck, preparing to go out into the cold. I'm hoping for 20 degrees. The sun is out, so I can pretend its warm, right? There is sand on top of all the ice, so it is just like running at the beach! Right?

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  15. I ALWAYS check out the pace of other people. Especially the girls who look too damn cute to be sweating. And I'm NOT covert about it. I'm hated at my gym.

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  16. Hmm the only thing worse than no pit stick at the gym is someone who bathed in cologne before hitting the gym. If I can smell you from 6 feet away, BO or otherwise, you FAIL!

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    1. Amen. There's an Axe body spray guy at mine and it literally makes me gag when I'm running.

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  17. http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1fwaxbsY8p0

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  18. Luckily my treadmill is in my basement because once I hit the emergency stop button when I was not ready to stop and ran belly first into the front of the treadmill and bounced off and on to my ass.....

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  19. I had a TM unplugged on me once. Sucked. Funniest for me though was my daughter. She would have been 13 at the time and maybe her second time on the TM. She thought it would help her to close her eyes. The crash was epic. She was embarrassed, but I am sure will not make that mistake again.
    Sandra

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  20. Anonymous followers random question..... How important do you think it is to take a rest day right after a long run? I know rest days are important and I always take them. However, right now with my husband and my schedule and two two year olds, It just works that my long run has to be Saturdays and Sunday has to be a short/mid run. My rest day has to be saved for a busy midweek day. Do you think it's okay to run the day after a long run as long as you're still resting sometime?

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    1. Yes. This is the same schedule I follow. I always run a short run after a long run to get the blood pumping in my legs again. It's painful sometimes depending on how long the prior run was, but my rest day the next day makes up for it.

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    2. I always take the day off after a long run, but know many people who like a short, easy shake out run the next day. I don't know that there is one set answer - whatever works for you and keeps you from getting injured and/or overtrained.

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  21. I love my treadmill in the winter and I am a wimp when it comes to cold weather with the exception of maybe once per week and/or a race. That view that you have sucks and would drive me crazy. I have the solace of my basement to do whatever and look however I want, though when I do find myself in a gym (rarely) I tend to sneak a peak at other people's speeds! It motivates me to run faster!

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  22. Hhhaaa. I always wipe the tready off before then sanitize my hands after that. I take 2 diff towels--one for cleaning, one for wiping my sweat. I also try to steer clear of Too Much Axe Body Spray man...holy cow. I also wear a big fat sweaty headband to not only wick up my sweat but to keep my ear buds from falling out---i wear them over my ears.lol. Another rule I have is always chew gum. Bc you can totally breathe like a winded horse but to everyone else in the gym just looks like you're calmly chewing your gum. I also like to refill Mountain Dew bottles (from my hubby) with water, so ppl think I'm this crazy runner chick just downing the mt dew on a run. Hhhaa. I like messing w/ ppl. I also lip sync to all my music and play the air drums occasionally.

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    1. Older post, but the Mt Dew bottle trick is *genius*.

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    2. Air drums... yes! me too. :)

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  23. It was 32 here in So Cal this morning with ICE on the sidewalks! I have never experience ice running before and I really don't like it!

    Two funny treadmill incidents both occurred in our garage. Once it came unplugged while I was running and I just about ran off the thing. The other was when I was on the TM, my husband was riding his bike trainer. He lost his balance and I watched in slow motion as he fell on the ground. We're easily entertained here!

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  24. While I can see how it could be a useful pacing tool, that’s the only value I can see in treadmills…as a tool. One of the few benefits to living in a mid-Atlantic beach area is VERY few freezing day. I’ve only run on a treadmill twice and really didn’t care for it at all, for the reasons you’ve mentioned above. It’s boring, there’s nothing to look at (not even a window and I am not a fan of TV at all), and I don’t have any cute running skirts. But I see people at the gym EVERY day that are breaking any or all of those rules. And one of the other comments mentioned one of my favorites: The insanely high incline while holding on to the front of the treadmill for dear life…and too often walking SLOW. I can’t wait for the resolution-rush to die down. Come on President’s Day.

    Quick question if I may: How many days a week do you run? I’ve been limiting myself to only 3 because I’m so scared to overdo it, especially as I train for my first halfM. But as I’m getting more comfortable, I’m considering maybe adding another shortie run to my weeks, just to get out there. I love it “out there.”

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    1. It's a good question and I think the answer is different per person. I know people who run six days per week. I know for myself, I can't do more than 3-4. My best training cycle ever was when I did the Run Less, Run Faster program (marathon training) and only ran 3 days per week - but each workout is very specific and quality. That's what works for me with alot of xtraining thrown in. I don' think there is a right or wrong way, there is only the way that works for you and keeps you healthy.

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    2. Silly question from a newbie - do you ever stop and just walk or do you run the entire time?

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  25. I'm so glad I have a home gym and can fart as much or as little as I like while on the treadmill and the only people who may or may not be bothered by it are my husband, kids and dog. LOL

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  26. Not too many rules for at home basement treadmills. Two different socks, pajama shorts, tshirt with holes, hair from all get-out, no problem.

    View sucks though. Awesome playlist is a must.

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  27. I love everything about this post. Except the running skirt. Though it's cute, and allows for easier flowing of gas from your butt, I cannot bring myself to run in a skirt. I just can't. And I love skirts and dresses.

    I'm with you — I definitely don't run in the ice. In my younger (read: dumber) years, I did. I ran in blizzards. (well I did run in a blizzard this year — but on campus where the sidewalks were mostly clean) I used to make screw shoes and all that jazz. Yeah. Um no. To me, ice = cross training. I would rather eat it on some ice than hit a dreadmill.

    But those rules are great for any indoors training. I like the rule of "don't smell" — like anything. Perfume is just as bad as BO (sometimes worse).

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  28. Indoor treadmill run justified in Colorado this weekend. Weather was brutal, though I did sneak in an easy 3 miles after the game on Saturday in negative temps just to clear my head.

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  29. Good rules. And ice running is just not worth the risk. At best you are running with dubious form.

    6. b. Ladies: DON'T WEAR PERFUME
    c. Men: WASH YOUR CLOTHES BETWEEN WORKOUTS

    We have a guy in my work gym whose weightlifting noises sound like sex moans. No exaggeration. SO AWKWARD.

    I have occasionally forgotten that my fart will not blow away on the treadmill like it will outside ... whoops.

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    1. Yeah...cologne/crazy aftershave need to stay at home..especially if your creeping up to the mill beside me when 15 others are free down the line, haha.

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    2. Also agreed on the no perfume. yuck!

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  30. Too funny! I haven't been on a gym's treadmill since we moved into our home (10+ years ago!), but I am guilty of silently mocking folks who were more ambitious than I was. There was one super-spunky girl with red hair who would get on the stairmaster or treadmill and, well, make everyone else look bad. In my head I called her Ginger Spice. Among other things...

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  31. Oh my god this is 100% spot on!! HAHA I love it!! I'm the same way - def not afraid of the cold but I also don't enjoy slipping all over the place or wiping out every time I round a corner. My personal rule because I have serious treadmill ADD is change something every .25 mi.. it gives me SOMEthing to do while I suffer on the mill

    The other day a girl hopped on the treadmill next to me and started running at 8.2 mph.. like immediately. She ran .25 miles, then walked for .25 miles then ran at 5.0 mph for the last half mile for her one mile total (have I mastered the creep?) I'm not a workout judger but what the hell was she going for on that run?

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  32. Reprieve - we have had 40+degree weather - but, it's been crazy foggy & rainy. No good to run in these urban parts. I don't know how you do it 10/13*F, and all that snow. I'm always inspired by your long runs in those harsh conditions!

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  33. Love this post! I am always spying on other people to see what there speed is. I haven't mastered it yet, I think I'm pretty obvious. I'm going to try your technique instead of my glancing out of the corner of my eye losing my balance and tripping technique. Thanks!!

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  34. I can't stand it when there is an entire empty row of treadmills and someone comes and gets on the one right next to mine. That would be the only one I would add to your list! I totally agree with the wiping down the machines one - that is my other pet peeve!

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  35. 1. Don't be a creeper..if there are 10 free treadmills to the left of me, then no need to creep on up right beside me
    2. No cologne or stinky aftershave...I'd rather smell BO

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  36. My treadmill is i the den. My husband's only rule is that I close as many doors as possible to block out both the treadmill and the TV volume at 6 am.

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  37. So many times I read your blog and think - best post so far. And then, you write another best!! I love reading your rules, lists, stories, etc.
    I run on the treadmill a lot but thankfully it is in my house. I spend lots of time catching up on my DVRd shows!
    I love both your skirt and shoes! (and I still like to have cute running skirts and fun shoes even in my own house!!!)

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  38. I was exhausted one day after a full day of teaching and a 4 hour night class but made it to the gym to do my 5 mile run anyways. My eyes were heavy but but once I got the blood flowing I felt pretty good. I figured I could just close my eyes for a moment while I ran. As it turns out, it's hard to run a straight line with your eyes closed. I tripped and hit the rail and scared the daylights out of the women next to me.

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  39. Love these...my rules:
    1. Don't try to engage me in conversation when I'm running and have my head phones on!

    2. Leave the perfume and aftershave at home

    3. Men wearing very small shorts should not use the treadmill side rail for stretching!

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  40. Many years ago..... I realized at end of my run on treadmill at gym, I had a nice long stream of toilet paper hanging from the waistband of my pants :-(

    Perhaps it increased my aerodynamics ;-)

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  41. So much YES in this post. I would add:

    #7: For all of our sake, please - PLEASE - tie your hair back, if you're going to get sweaty enough that your head gets soaked. No one wants to be hit with a flying sweat droplet launched off your lovely locks. ICK.

    #8: If you have to hold on, you're going to fast.

    ^I know this has no effect on me, or my workout, whatsoever. But I always have a twitchy urge to explain how important the arm motion is to running momentum - and how much more enjoyable the run is when you aren't holding on for dear life.

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  42. I can never do more than 4 miles on a treadmill...too boring. Once I ran on a treadmill on a cruise...that was cool! It was like running on the water!

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  43. Apparently I swerve when I run a little bit. Not a big deal on a sidewalk but on a treadmill can be tricky. I embarrassed myself hugely in the crowded hotel gym when I stepped half off the belt and did a roly poly sling shot move ending up tumbling onto the ground. It was not graceful. I was scarred against treadmills for a long long time. But since then I've managed to find my way back a few times and avoid a repeat performance but I do have to sort of concentrate to pay attention to stay in the middle of the treadmill.

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    1. I'm glad I'm not the only one who weaves & bobs ;-)

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  44. Love this post! I just joined a gym last week. I do most of my running outside but I have been very impressed with the amazing treadmills at my new gym!!!! Love all your rules!!!

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  45. Treadmills scare the crap out of me. I weave all over the place, and I don't run a constant pace. It's very easy for me to step on the front edge, or one of the side edges, and I've come very, very close a couple times. I don't need the jolt of terror, so I run outside, almost any weather. Better than the tready. Or, if I really, really must run, I have a membership at a place with an indoor track, and I'll do that. Even though my running actively hurts other people's eyes.

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  46. 10 is about as cold as it gets here, but then you are talking centergrade.

    Now I love that naughty smile as you take that picture...

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  47. Cant't stop laughing! That is only because I was one of the runners who got flung off the treadmill at my gym. What is worse I was heading my run club and doing a treadmill workout with my group. I jumped off the treadmill to give someone the workout who came in late. When I got back to my treadmill I forgot it was on. Let's just say what happened next wasn't pretty and I will never live it down LOL!,

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  48. I don't have any rules to share since I avoid the treadmill at all costs, but I'm glad to see that I'm not the only runner involved in "covert ops" while at the gym! I love cross-training on the stairmaster because it stands so tall that I can literally scan all the treadmill readouts within what feels like a quarter mile radius. And you thought I was reading Life of Pi ...

    While in college, I was flung off the back of a treadmill into the wall behind me, fractured my arm, and received the world's longest 'mill burn that reminded me of my ineptitude for weeks. At least when I occasionally fall outside, it is less likely that anyone will be around to witness my clutziness!

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  49. Who doesn't enjoy a good communicable disease by tredmill now and again?
    This is a "Small town = painfully small gym" rule:
    If there is only one revolving fan for the 3 tredmills, don't be an ass and go point it directly at your tredmill and shut off the revolving feature. Dickhead move my friend.
    I've never fallen off my tredmill before but I can feel it creeping up on me. The law of averages is not on my side.

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  50. Not a rule but a rule of thumb: the TM run will be more tolerable if the chick on the TM in front of you has a nice butt...

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  52. Rule: If you are running next to me on the treadmill, the answer is yes, we are racing.

    I just started back at the gym with the treadmill because of the ice as well. I live in MT ~ you'd think people would know how to shovel and de-ice sidewalks and roads. But no, not so much. They are a mess from now until May. SO...rather than hurt myself on the ice, I go inside. And bonus, the window of my fave 'mill faces Glacier NP...so it's a good view.

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  53. Haha, this is hilarious! Those are some great tips for people at the gym and would be much appreciated, especially the one related to flatulence. If you need to avoid any of these problems, i would suggest getting your own treadmill in your home, that way you may do what you like! Also, it gives you little excuse to not work out!

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  54. I HATE winter and running in anything under 30 degrees, and I am also afraid of ice...so I spend alot of time on the treadmill in the winter. I alternate between listening to audiobooks, and run playlists and watching other people run...I also check other's stats! I like that saying that if you are next to someone else, that YES you are racing!!!! My weirdest treadmill experience was running on the cruise ship on the treadmill in the ship gym....very strange and unsteady, but kind of fun in a way! Found out that running on the deck was not allowed!
    I LOVE your blog...you are such an inspiration to me!!!

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  62. My #1 rule on the treadmill is to wipe off any sweat after leaving the machine and use the treadmill only when it gets icy, rains or late at night.

    The gym is closing down and I'm considering getting a treadmill at home. What treadmill is right for me says the lifespan or proform would fit what I'm looking for. Do you have any experiences with the two brand?

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    I prefer feeling my sneakers hit a smoothly paved surface outdoors. So far, I haven’t managed to convince myself to make the effort to put my shoes on and run on a treadmill when it’s cold. Instead, I do some toning exercises and call it a day.

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