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PUDDING09

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Working it!

Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Yes Divas! I had a great workout yesterday with my first session of Couch to 5K - it's on coolrunning.com. It kicked my butt and I could only run two intervals. I had someone distracting me and wanted to talk so that didn't help. I walked briskly in place of running and did 2 miles in 40 minutes!! Alright!! Anyhoo - I am doing weights today. Working it like no other today and resting tomorrow. emoticon
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  • v MACGIRRL
    Yes. You did better than me an my flaming calves! emoticon
    2487 days ago
  • v JUMPSTART*
    Way to go!! Keep up the good work!!
    2487 days ago
  • v FITMAMARONNIE
    Good job! I enjoyed C25K when I completed it a couple years ago. Pace yourself and stay focused... you can do it!
    2487 days ago
  • v PUDDING09
    I downloaded some music for my ipod that has helped me keep pushing when I am ready to quit! It has been great. Thanks for all the encouragement.
    2488 days ago
  • v LILSHINE
    Great job! I love my walking buddies my brother and daughter. We talk a bit at first but eventually everyone is winded and want to just make it through, no time for talking. I had some other ladies trying to jump on board, but I'm the type if you ain't outside when I'm ready to move, you're on your own.

    I plan to start the C25K next month after we walk a little more and drop some more pounds. Hang in there I look forward to reading that you breezed through all 9 weeks
    2488 days ago
  • v ABETTERKGIRL
    Great Job girl keep it up! Your gonna LOVE THE program! They also have free podcast for each run on itunes if you need help with your runs. Go check it out.
    2488 days ago
  • v EILAROSE1
    Way To Go,
    Very nice job.
    You can do it emoticon
    2488 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/1/2009 11:51:52 AM
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