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NANLEYKW SparkPoints: (65,242)
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2/21/14 10:01 P

I also discovered that I loved running when I started C25k a year and a half ago. Like Zorbs says, you'll have some runs that just feel blech, but for the most part, yep, I think it will always feel pretty darn good when you finish--even the lousy runs, if only because that will mean they're over! :)

And if you're like most runners, you'll find that once you transition to outside, it will feel a billion times better than the treadmill!

ZORBS13 SparkPoints: (114,882)
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2/21/14 5:33 P

You're bound to have crappy runs at some point. But it makes you appreciate the good ones more.


NICOLES0305 Posts: 509
2/21/14 5:17 P

I just started the couch to 5k program. I'm not a runner and have never been a fan of running. However, I find myself really enjoying it so much more than I ever thought I would. I seriously feel fantastic after finishing!

I've been running inside because of the cold. Please tell me it will still leave me feeling fantastic after I transition to running outside on the road! I'm loving this so far!

I think I'll be headed out to find a better sports bra this weekend though!

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