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  1. PCOSMommyof3

    New and Ambitious

    Hello all. I'm new to the C25K challenge. I had wanted to do it previously but it wasn't a free app yet. I am excited to see what this program can do for me. I'm a 26 year old mom of three young boys. I also suffer from polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). I use the term suffer because weight is nothing but a struggle due to insulin resistance and very poor metabolism that comes with the disease. Most women with PCOS aren't able to conceive, and I have been blessed enough to have had three beautiful children. However, I now have baby weight that will take twice the effort of the average woman to get off. With that being said, I am excited to start this program and see what results it can provide. My only question coming into this is what is the proper "form" for running and jogging? I've heard a lot of people say it's very important, and I don't want to be doing it the wrong way and injure any muscles. Thanks
  2. Which running form has worked best for you? Forefoot, midfoot, or heel strike? Why? What would you recommend to others?
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