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  1. Welcome to our very exclusive club, 49erfan ;). Your plan sounds like a great one just stick to it. It's so easy to come up with excuses. I think part of the reason I haven't skipped any runs yet is because the program is not that many weeks until you're through it. I'm very goal oriented so....it helps me with determination. I just completed w6d1 this morning. So proud of myself!!! I did the LONG run yesterday and got through that too! Keep us posted with your progress.

  2. Hi! It's so nice to hear from everyone. Thank you for posting. I wish I had time to workout more. I work 12 hour days, sitting to commute & sitting at a desk. I love this program so much because it doesn't require that much time & that way I know I can commit to it. I have 3 children. 30, 28 & 22 and one precious little 2y/o grandbaby. I'm getting ready to do w5d1. It's getting tougher but I will do it! Have a great day everyone!

  3. @Azatol- socks to my toes are like a very restrictive girdle. And they are HOT. My shoes are perfect so far, I just didnt know if there was something better on the market. I'm not interested in trying the toe shoes as I also have a very high arch besides the fact that they look like extreme socks! I just hate socks. They are hot, restrictive, they creep down off my heel while running, and I get more blisters with them. I've had non so far without them.

  4. I need new running shoes that I don't have to wear socks with. Any suggestions? I have walking shoes that I've been using so far that I love love love! But fear they won't be sufficient in the long run. (Pun intended.) Can I continue with the walking shoes or is that a bad idea? Seriously, I think part of my success so far (w4d2) has been because my feet have been comfortable. I've tried running before and my biggest irritation was always socks!!

  5. Good morning! Happy Thanksgiving to all of you in the US. I will be doing w4d2 tomorrow and am loving this program. I'm so shocked that I'm actually able to do it. I sit all day at my job, was diagnosed with high BP 2 years ago and have gained about 20 lbs in those last 2 yrs. My motivation is to get off BP medication! Losing weight will be the icing on the cake. I enjoy reading these forums and look forward to chatting/encouraging with all of you more. ~CeCe

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