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7/19/11 7:23 P

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I have two words for you. BABY STEPS

Start small and work your way up. I find interval running to be such a powerful tool for new runners.

1:00 minute running
1:00 minute walking, etc...

You can change those times, I know individuals who started with 30 seconds running 5 minutes walking at first and they now run marathons.

You can do it, small steps, one foot in front of the other.

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7/19/11 11:38 A

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Josianne...welcome and good luck!!! First take care of yourself since you had surgery....then you can make a plan of action....let us know how you are doing!!!


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7/19/11 11:33 A

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Just trying to get motivated after a surgery. Used to be able to run 10K....now just feel im back to square one. I will be able to start running again by end of next week but not looking forward to it.

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