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  1. Thanks very much Azatol & Shannon I have today completed wk 1. I managed the first two sets again but couldn't quite do the third. I reckon I made it to about 50secs before my legs bailed. The thing that is stopping me is my legs they just turn into tree trunks and don't want to leave the ground! I don't have a problem with getting enough oxygen into my lungs anymore and my breathing returns to normal during the walk sets which is good. I've just got to get some strength into my legs I think. I've lost 1.1kg in the last week which should make it a bit easier since there is less to
  2. That is brilliant!!! I can't wait to be able to say those two little words/ program complete! Glad to read you'll be sticking around on the forum though, I enjoy your posts immensely and get a lot of motivation from them. I guess it's up to the rest of us to keep the FIGHT going for now
  3. Brilliant work! I'm just about to head out for W1d3 and jumped on here for a little extra motivation and I've found it! Well done on your progress, it's so good to be able to see as I go along that this program really does work! Have fun everyone
  4. Oh no! I had just written a big entry and have somehow managed to lose it! Doh. Here I go again... Thanks you all for your encouragement and support. It means a lot that you've taken a moment from your day to spare a thought for me! Gnik1 it's great to hear from an Aussie! It's strange reading about the struggle to get out and run through the snow when I'm sweating my way through an australian summer lol. I only went for a quick 1.5km walk on Friday because I had less time then I though but it all better then nothing right?! Anyway down to business. W1D2 is done and dusted. A day l
  5. Thank you very much! I just did W1D1 and couldn't run all the reps so to read about how you've excelled and the progress you've made is brilliant. What a champ!
  6. So I have just completed w1d1. When I say completed I don't mean that I actually ran the whole time I was meant to: but I did make it to the end of the cool down without keeling over so that's a win in my book! A bit of background, I'm a nearly 33yo Aussie whose previous exercise history is basically none existent. I'd go for a walk every now and then and feel good about myself for a bit until I would realise my clothes were getting a bit tight so I'd go walking... And then buy the next size up. All that is about to change. I am seriously committed this time, not because I want to lose wei
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