The Honolulu Marathon Clinic is for anyone planning to participate in the 2014 Honolulu Marathon. We include all levels of runners — and especially welcome first time marathoners. Our core activities are weekly clinics that begin promptly at 7:30 a.m. Sunday mornings from March 9, 2014 until the December 2014 Honolulu Marathon. Complete details on are on the Sunday Clinics page.
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Dr Scaff spoke about cholesterol and some very interesting information associated with it – milk, butter and eggs are ok? Please see Bruce Mullikin for Doc’s complete talk on “thumb drive”.
Thanks to staffer Fiona for taking good care of us today at table duty! The Gatorade and water plus the delicious food and fruits were perfect fuel sources to rejuvenate us after our long runs. Thanks also to Alberto, of the Brug Bakery at Shirokiya in the Ala Moana Center for some great pastries.
Final Bus Run – October 12th:
We ask everyone to show up at 7:15 a.m. and board the buses promptly and leave accordingly. Fare is $3. The furthest stop will be at Makapuu Point – approximately 15 miles. It gives runners a chance to run along the eastern coastline (a route not normally run) and also become more familiar with the second half of the actual marathon route. Water bottles are recommended as the water stops are few a far between. Also bringing some extra cash for drinks or energy bars is recommended. As Dr. Dwight of the White Group mentions, the first few water stops are crucial to the finishing miles. Other stop options might be the traffic lights past Sandy Beach – 13 miles and the Maunalua Bay at the start of Hawaii Kai, mileage varied dependent the on route. Please check with your group leader as to your start location. Continue reading
Dr. Alan Tichenal was our guest speaker who spoke about protein. See and hear his entire talk on “thumb drive” – see Bruce Mullikin for details. Thank you Dr. Tichenal for a very informative talk!
Thanks to staffers Libby, Bob, Gail and Evelyn for the great spread at the table! The fruits and the rest of the goodies were awesome!! Continue reading
Dr. Scaff spoke on nutrition and specifically about sodium – not as bad as it’s made out to be and is necessary for our body to function.
Thanks to staff leaders Maricel and Sandy of the Pink Group for doing such a great job at table duty! The refreshments were just what we needed after a very long run in the hot sun! Mahalo!!! Continue reading
Dr. Scaff was traveling on the mainland and so Dr. Ando, one of our clinic members, spoke about running with asthma. An excellent talk. Due to the Marathon Readiness Series start, a 15K run, many members were missing this morning.
Thanks to Pink group leader Stephen and friend Kolter for doing such a great job at table duty! Mahalo!!!
No Clinic this Sunday – Labor Day Weekend:
Please check with your group leaders if you are meeting this Sunday “unofficially”. Continue reading
No talk by Dr. Scaff this week due to the Bus Run.
Thanks to leader Byron for giving up your Bus Run to take care of us after our runs. Your thoughtfulness is greatly appreciated. We are truly blessed to have such selfless members. The drinks and food were the best!
Second Bus Run:
130 members had signed up, 160 runners boarded two Robert’s school buses for the second Bus Run of the year. While we were packed in very tight in both buses, the conversation and socializing flowed freely and abundantly. Most Beginners were dropped off at Maunalua Bay in Hawaii Kai, while others departed from the traffic lights just past Sandy Beach. Thank you all for being so prompt and organized! Also, thanks to the many members who donated monies beyond the required $3 bus fare – much mahalos!!! Much mahalo to Robert’s drivers Delores and Chad for being so flexible and for taking such good care of us.
Our third and final bus run is scheduled for October 12th. The furthest drop off point will be at Makapuu Point (very close to Sea Life Park – mileage approximately 15 miles). It gives runners a chance to run along the eastern coastline (a route not normally run) and also become more familiar with the second half of the actual marathon route. Again, water bottles are highly recommended as the water stops are few and far in between. A signup sheet will be posted soon so please sign up. Continue reading