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Melissa1218

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  1. That's a bad idea and negates the benefits of training the way the program is written. You might be able to do that during the first week or two but as the run times increase, you will be risking inury from overtraining.
  2. I have fibro and I find the more consistent I am with my training, the easier it is to manage my symptoms. I do have days that I just need to rest, but I don't let that go on for more than one day, then I force myself to get back to it. It's easy for me to sit on the couch, but I have learned to push through it. I'd rather slow down my workout than not workout at all. if I can't run or do an intense fitness class, I'll switch to the pool, which makes me feel great!
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