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  1. prqueen71

    Never run on pavement

    Well don't know why lol but I just did pavement. It seems to fine and I'm not feeling hurt. I'll have to investigate more myself. Thank you.
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    need motivation to keep going!!!

    Hi. I started a simple challenge and it's helped me immensely. I cut out all sugars, bread, pasta, sodas and dairy. I stick to it 6 days then 1 day I eat what I want. Don't over do the junk food but it helped me lose 12lbs in 5 weeks and inches off my waist and hips. I have legumes, salads and protein, as much as I want. It's not easy but not hard you have to want to do it. Good luck to you and I hope you find something that will help and guide you properly.
  3. prqueen71

    New to running.

    Hello. I'm a 43 year old mom of 2, step mom of 2 all grown and gone. I wanted to add some adventure to my oh so kidless life. So running it is. I walk a lot and have done the 3day Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. 20 miles a day for 3 days so 60 miles. But this running is definitely different business. Started yesterday and I want to make sure I do it right. Someone suggested this app. And it seems interesting to get started. Any other advice is definitely welcome.
  4. prqueen71

    Never run on pavement

    Hello. Newbie here. My friend suggested I run on grass or dirt the first week and transition to pavement. Is this wise or should I just jump in? My first day was yesterday as well. A bit sore today but I think it's because I never ran before, I always walk.