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Hoju

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  1. Nicely done Minnie! And at work no less! I hear you, my preferred route has two hills which always seem to land in the most challenging intervals. Murphy's law I guess. Weird eh? I took 3 tries to get through W4D3 but logically W5D3 should've been much harder. Maybe we just did a better job of preparing ourselves mentally and physically for the big run. Keep at it friend! Let's crush 6.
  2. hello runners! Is anybody out there using that kinesiology tape? And if so, what do you use it for and how is it working out for you?
  3. The hardest part is starting and now you've got that under your belt. Great work RMR, keep at it! I think My dog is very confused when I take him with me. He's a husky/Shepard and the fastest runner I've ever seen. I'm certain he's thinking "why are running!? Why are we walking? Why are we running!?" And also "com'on human, you call this running!"
  4. The hardest part is starting and now you've got that under your belt. Great work RMR, keep at it! I think My dog is very confused when I take him with me. He's a husky/Shepard and the fastest runner I've ever seen. I'm certain he's thinking "why are running!? Why are we walking? Why are we running!?" And also "com'on human, you call this running!"
  5. 30 hours ago I finished W5D2 and beheld the schedule for W5D3 for the first time. My heart sank. I had been doing so well but to go from 8 minutes to 20? Too much! Can't be done! I said. I KNEW it would take me weeks to get to 20 minutes. It was in those moments of despair that I found this forum. I spent the rest of the night reading your success stories and, boistered by the community of people who like me thought it couldn't be done but managed to pull it off, I resolved to try it. 2 hours ago I lay in my bed dreading the walk up the stairs to put my running shoes on. My resolve, so s
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