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It seems the longer I run, the slower I need to go to recover.....but I'm working on it!
Welcome to the cult
Start by doing what is necessary, then do what is possible and suddenly you will be doing the impossible -- St Francis of Assisi
Rock 'n' Roll Dublin Half Marathon, Dublin, Ireland, 8/5/2013
Welcome to the team!!!
RUN HAPPY and RUN STRONG!
ACE Certified Personal Trainer, RRCA Certified Running Coach
Member of the NTX Runners, DRC, Rockwall Running Club, Plano Pacers, NYRR, Team Runnersconnect
"No weight is ever PERFECT enough to do the enormous job of CREATING happiness!" From The Don't Diet, Live-it Workbook
Welcome! It sounds like you've got the right attitude with a long-term goal to shoot for!
Voluntary Discomfort is the secret cornerstone of strength. We build our whole lives around increasing comfort and avoiding discomfort, and yet by doing so we are drinking a can of Weakness Tonic with every morning’s breakfast. ~Mr. Money Mustache
5K PR: 23:40
10K PR: 48:57
HM PR: 1:59:37
Hi all! I'm new to the world of running but love learning about it and making progress! I'm at 20 minute miles with spirts of 15 minute pace. My goal is to increase my mileage and decrease my time. I hope to be down to 10 minute miles by this time next year!