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    Girl! Your 10k is probably harder! You'll be going for a time and completion. We're just going to have a good time and complete it! LOL

    You will do great in your run! I KNOW IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Cant wait to hear all about it!!!!
    1929 days ago
    Just checking in to see how you are doing...racking up those SP points? emoticon
    2002 days ago
    Hey!! Thanks for your comments on my blog.

    If you don't like C25K, you don't have to do it. But if you're a new runner, do incorporate some walks into your runs. You don't want to be injured.

    I seem to start that program over and over especially after a race and I realized I don't need to do that. I've been running almost 3 years, there's no reason for me to try to run like a beginner. I needed to get out of that mentality. And now my runs are much better! :)

    I hope you find some balance in your runs as well!

    2002 days ago
    Hi there! I want to apologize because you asked me about my preparation and readiness for my HM's on my page and I'm just now getting back to you!
    I don't know if this is the answer you're looking for, but I really didn't know for sure if I was ready when I went to run my first HM. I VERY loosely followed Hal Higdon's novice training for running a HM, but I never got in a run longer than 9 miles prior. I do fitness boot camps (like circuit training) 3 days per week, (and then cardio/running 3 days) and a really think that was a help to my endurance and strength. My second HM, I can tell you that I should've gotten a few more long runs in beforehand...but I finished. You can do it! Good luck and keep me posted on how things are going!
    2003 days ago
    Yep - that is something we make occasionally! Our meals are harder, basically because of our schedules. But they're not "bad" per se.

    For the spark points, look at the top of your screen - click "my trackers", then on the drop down, there should be something that says "my sparkpoints" that lists all the ways you can get points.

    Hope that helps!
    2008 days ago
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