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ROXYCARIN
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7/21/13 9:59 P

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KBLASEN
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7/21/13 8:34 P

emoticon Check out this run/walk training plan. My running club ladies told me about it when I said I'm a beginner. www. jeffgalloway. com/ training/ index I'm actually doing the one for conditioning first before the training plan to go very slow.



MOTIVATED@LAST
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7/21/13 6:56 P

Great work!



WILDKAT781
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7/21/13 6:07 P

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TDEMAIO2
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7/21/13 12:21 P

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EMILY0724
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7/21/13 9:27 A

At age 52, with years of "bad knees", I have started the 5K Your Way challenge. I NEVER considered running as a possibility in my life, but had a "WOOHOO" moment when my daughter inspired me to run. I am starting with a walking 5k and intend to progress through the run/walk 5k to the running 5k. I haven't put this on a timeline yet. I feel ultra accomplished just making the decision!



 
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