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I am training for my first 5k in the fall. It is actually a 6k called the Heroes in Recovery 6k supporting those who are recovering from addiction. I have taken many bold steps to get healthy in the last year and a half including getting/staying clean from heroin and losing nearly 80 lbs. Doing any kind of running was always scary for me, but using the c25k app has made it fun and I look forward to where this leads me in my health journey.
Heyo! I'm Zach and 15. I had heard that getting into better shape and, especially running, can help alleviate dysphoria. I thought this app would be perfect to try to help out with dysphoria, with the added bonus of maybe losing some weight too.
Hello People, I am jorge and as they say I am a fitness freak. I love gyming and workout. I do follow the various latest trends in the bodybuilding field and always eager to explore the field to the fullest. I am here to explore my knowledge about the same and to know the field better.
Hi! I'm col3bri. I technically started the C25k program last year, I even made it all the way through the program once and ran my first 5k race in January. It was quite a feat for me as when I started the program I was at 260 pounds and didn't believe I would be able to run 30 seconds let alone 3 miles. After January I took a break as there was so much snow on the ground and just so cold (record breaking cold) that I didn't really want to be outside. However my roommate and I started again and decided this time we were going to try the C210k program. We had been doing pretty good and got through the 5k part on track. However we didn't go running for two weeks and then tried to pick up where we left off (run 4 sets of 10 minutes) today... it was not good. We had to stop after the 3rd set. It didn't help that it was super hot and humid. After talking today we may try to do thee 4 sets until it stops being so hot. We'll see.