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I ran a whole 5k!!!

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2/20/13 7:30 A

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2/20/13 6:56 A

Well done!

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2/20/13 4:54 A

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2/19/13 6:00 P

Well done! You are working hard and it shows. At this rate you'll be ready for that half marathon by the time the weather warms up so it is safe to run outdoors.

Keep up the good work!
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2/19/13 2:11 P

Wow! Way to go! I'm on week 6 of my 5k training and I hope to be where you are soon. Very encouraging. Keep up the good work!

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2/19/13 1:39 P

I've been using the RunDouble C25K app on my phone when I run, today was day 1 of week 9 for me - a 30 minute run on the timed version. I run on a treadmill right now because it's still icy and subzero out, but I figured it should be 3 miles today if I were on the distance plan, so I did 3 miles! Mind you I don't run fast, 5-5.5mph is pretty good for me, but instead of running 30 minutes, I ran 37 and did a whole 3.106 miles! And at the end I still felt great, not like I was going to die or anything haha. I probably could have gone at least another half mile. Makes me feel like my goal of a half marathon might actually be doable since I actually love running for the first time in my life.

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