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Sunday, July 25, 2010

Just finished the first day of Week 5! Feeling pretty good :)

I didn't sleep well last night, so I was a little concerned that I'd be too tired to run the whole time, but once I got out there I didn't feel as tired. The second 5 minute run was the most difficult for sure. Also, I usually push super hard in the last interval but I couldnt keep proper form so I slowed it down a bit. Not what I hoped for, but I still did it so I feel good about that.

Day 2 is up to 8 minutes straight!! I feel totally confident that I can do it! In fact, I'm really starting to look forward to these runs, haha!

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  • IZADORA
    Good work! I finished W5 D1 on Saturday and haven't been able to run yet this week. I have the same feeling - it is beginning to get addictive . . . The feeling of accomplishment after finishing each run is just AMAZING!
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    3313 days ago
  • ASHARON
    I agree with the "it is all mental part" Tell yourself you can do it and believe it!
    3313 days ago
  • JLAGANIA
    Congrats! You can absolutely tackle this thing! Trust me, I just finished...and I've never run at all before this (not counting those times in gym class when I had to!) emoticon emoticon
    3313 days ago
  • no profile photo FINEFETTLE
    Week 5 is a doozie, from 5 minutes to 8 and then ending with 20 on day 3! When I started the week I was certain that I wouldn't be able to do it, but I surprised myself and I bet you will, too! Good luck, and don't forget your mantra!

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    3314 days ago
  • XTMONT
    You can absolutely do it! And soon you will find that you'll be running longer than you ever thought possible and 5 minutes will seem like no problem whatsoever.
    3314 days ago
  • SHARONMANC
    You can do it, I am on week 9 now, and i never thought i would get here, it really is mind over matter, believe in yourself and you will be able to do it emoticon
    3314 days ago
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