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Fitness Minutes: (3,791) Posts: 62 12/26/12 11:46 A
Hi. I don't know if you are planning a pure run or a run/walk combo. For me, the turning point was completing an 11 mile run/walk as part of my training. I finished feeling alive, which let me know I can complete the 13.1 miles without a problem. Now I am working on getting leaner and stronger before my race in Feb.
Fitness Minutes: (1,111) Posts: 2 12/23/12 7:52 P
Thank you all for the inspiration. Run 5 miles today, plan on running 3 tomorrow and walking with my mother on Christmas Day. I know I can do it I guess I am just a little nervous about the distance. Thank you again.
Posts: 534 12/23/12 12:57 P
Did you like training for your shorter distances? Are you forseeing any issues with training or just looking for a little extra motivation to hit the road when needed?
Good luck with your training and looking forward to seeing what you are running.
SEP12: Rock N Roll HM: 3:04:04
current weight: 150.2
Posts: 346 12/23/12 8:02 A
If you have already made the decision to run a HM, running itself is your inspiration. The rest is simply training for the distance.
Posts: 4,313 12/22/12 11:13 P
Ok, here's your inspiration:
RUN RUN RUN
Feeling inspired yet?
Start by doing what is necessary, then do what is possible and suddenly you will be doing the impossible -- St Francis of Assisi
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