I see you are asking 'how do i get speed'. when you are starting off running you don't go for speed. If you push too hard you will end up injured! Be patient and you will see that as weeks go by you will be running faster and faster. after about 6 months to a year of running you can incorporate speed work. gail
I think I know where Peewee Valley is. I work in LaGrange as a worship leader Wednesday nights, Fiday nights, and Sunday morning, and I think I go past the exit for Peewee Valley. I start school next week on Tuesdays and Thursdays but any other time is fine with me.
Hey, What part of Louisville do you live in? I actually live in Clarksville, IN just on the other side of the bridge off of I-65. I too just moved here, kind of anyways, back in January for school. So I too don't know very many people. It would be nice to have a workout buddy or something. I do have a couple of SP buddies already but they live far away. It would be nice to have someone in the area to workout with on occasion. Let me know if you want to workout sometime--or just go for a walk, whatever.
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Nike ~ "If you went running when you first started thinking about it, you'd be back by now."
"Others aren't staring at you. They're thinking how they should be running, too."
"Someone who is busier than you is running right now."
"The road to hell is paved with couches."
"It's easier to sleep than run. That's why sleeping isn't an Olympic sport."