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3/28/11 7:27 P

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I love love love your enthusiasm!! You totally get it and may that feelign stay with you and grow even stronger. Happy running!

~*~Laurie~Moline, IL ~*~

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3/28/11 6:20 P

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Yay for you!

I'm so thrilled that you're enjoying the program. Look at what you've accomplished so far!

Enjoy your rest day!


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3/28/11 6:17 P

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emoticon Week 4 is complete. I'm having so much fun that I just kept doing a daily training plan each day, so I'm almost a week ahead of schedule. Just realized that next week's plan INCLUDES a 5K!
Today I did the 7 intervals, then just kept on the same 2:2.5 routine until I reached the full 5K distance - for ME, that meant 2 more intervals. Others are probably faster and can go farther; even making the entire distance in the training plan for the day. At least it's progress emoticon
Tomorrow will be a rest day, the I expect to start Week 5 and consider then moving on to the beginner runner training plan. I've enjoyed the walk-run cycles and may (gasp!) consider joining a marathon training group following the Galloway plan in April.

The turtle only makes progress when it sticks its neck out. -James Bryant Conant

It's easier to hit your target when you know what you are aiming at.

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