I don't win races, but I always cross the finish line. I'm not fast, but I try my best to become faster. I don't have sports endorsements or earn a paycheck, but that doesn't stop me from running. My pace does not define me. Just because "professional" does not precede "athlete" in describing me doesn't make my running any less valuable. I am an everyday athlete; leading a normal life, but with big goals and dreams. I am an athlete. I am a runner. (runzoerun.com)
Sounds like you are already ready to run a 5k, with what you are doing in training. For now, start taking one run a week outdoors, and begin to acclimatitize to the summer heat, and different running surface.
Hello everyone, my name is Eliana but you'all can call me Eli. I'm 24, college student (communications major). I'm new to the team but not to SP (I'm re-sparking using a different username, my old one was Kaos-girl)
I'm usually on the treadmill but i don't have a specific routine, I just run for about 30-45 minutes 3x week. I'd love to run a 5k at some point this year. There's one where I live in August. Any tips/suggestions to train for that one?
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