I didn't say before now but you have inspired me a lot regarding my running - to the point where I ran a half marathon this weekend. I put up a post about it on my journal.
Hope the muscles ease soon from your great run on the weekend. Congratulations and well done!
Onwards and upwards
...it's called racing..EdgarHF wrote:I did not plan to push real hard on Sunday's 5k but once I started running something happened that made me push hard.
listen to the voice...if you feel you can achieve it, then you are most likely going to want to try for it, no sense holding back - any pain or soreness will be worth it. Remember the true victory comes from the effort given, not the result.EdgarHF wrote:I also have a little voice telling me I can go under 33 minutes
amatlack wrote:I'll be running a 5k tomorrow too! It's the anniversary of my very first 5k. I ran it in like 38+ I think. Hoping to definitely knock that down a peg or two. It has a gigantic hill, though...so the first part is down and the second part is allllll up. We'll see how it goes. Good luck, and congrats on the article!
You have lost over 80 lbs. in less than 10 months! What a victory THAT is!EdgarHF wrote:down another 2 pounds putting me at 217
fitoverforty wrote:BUT you set a new PR for yourself! Your time was over 3 minutes faster than your previous 5K - that is awesome!
Oh! That's right! I forgot about last Sunday's race! Yes, much credit goes to you!EdgarHF wrote:I still want credit for last Sundays 5k race where I ran a 33:45.
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