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  1. Herbeckywords

    Newbie!

    Newbie here! It's been 6 years since I've last exercised... Wish me luck
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  2. IndyRnnr

    Goal-Become a Runner

    I would like to be able to run 4 miles (almost) daily, and not feel like I’m going to die. I’d like to look forward to it as an escape and feel more energy throughout my day.
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  3. IndyRnnr

    Day 1

    I do Pilates and feel strong, but get winded going up the stairs ..here we go!
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  4. ChrissieHayton

    1st timer here

    I’ve always wanted to love to run. I hate it. But I started last night. Thought I was going to die. But I didn’t. Am I supposed to run a day then rest a day?
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  5. Hi, I'm Susan and my goal is to complete a 5k. I would prefer to run it but have TKR and not sure how running is going to play out for me. I may end up speed walking which is a sport I am keenly interested in but cannot find any local (Sacramento) groups or someone to hire as a coach while learning. So, I'm here, C25K will most certainly get me closer to my goal than doing nothing at all... hahaha. #wishmeluck to stick with my determinations.
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  6. I have walked several 5k races but this summer my family and I are going to WDW and on a Disney Cruise where I want to not only have the stamina to make it all day Florida heat but to also run (not Walk) in the Caribbean islands 5k race.
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  7. Greetings everyone, My name is Ebony and im a want to be runner. Lol. I’ve tried this program several time in the past and have given up each time. Hopefully I can remain motivated to continue. My goal is to run (not Walk) a 5k in the Caribbean while on vacation this summer.
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  8. CleBkPkr

    1st timer here

    Yep. Run and than rest and run and rest.... You can do some other form of exercise on the off days but the idea is to "run" only 3 days so you get a day to recoup.
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  9. CleBkPkr

    Day 1

    Pretty soon you won't get winded going up stairs!
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  10. CleBkPkr

    Newbie!

    Good luck and hang in there! You can do this
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  11. CleBkPkr

    Treadmill for now

    Hello Susan! Here is the one thing I have learned: Be patient! All of this takes time and sometimes I get frustrated. When that happens, I reach out to someone I know. To keep me moving I started listening to podcasts. Some are really good, others not so much lol Music is great but I need to change it up so the podcasts are nice. I won’t let myself make excuses. There are days I want to sleep in but I literally say outloud “get yer butt out of bed. It’s only a half hour”. Of course some days are longer but in general 30 minutes of hard work is sufficient. If you need to vent, or talk or
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  12. I'm just starting today. Hopefully you are going strong and ready for your first 5k. Do you have any tips to stay on track and motivated?
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  13. Gosh, wouldn't that be helpful and motivating to see it hanging out there on the calendar.
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  14. Hang in there Ebony. I too have given up in the past. It's not a failure if you learn and grow each time. We will make it to the finish line this time!
    1 point
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