Discussion: Where does the oxygen go?
in: BorisGr; BorisGr > 2005-07-05;
Have you guys practiced this before???
cars use it, and all of the exost fumes stay low, do not elevate; ad heat, high humidity and no wind - it is a bad mix for outdoor running. Only solution on a day like this is to buy a plane ticket to Laramie, WY.
Baltering Law # 356987456: "low oxygen in this case is the feeling you get while running under such conditions, somewhat similar to running at high altitude"
That's awesome. I'm going to need to come to NYC to train for the Colorado meet. All the benefits of Laramie with none of the craziness.
When driving to JFK on Tuesday, I noticed a sign on the freeway: "Idling laws strictly enforced - 3 minutes maximum"
So, I guess that means if you are sitting completely still on the freeway for 3 minutes, you're required to turn off the car.
Boy is traffic getting bad there. Now they have to have laws about how to correctly park your car on a freeway...
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