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1/12/14 9:24 A

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Good idea -- will do!

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1/11/14 3:17 P

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If I were you, I'd walk the long run rather than skipping it altogether. Go for time on your feet. True, it's not the same as running, but you still get some training effect from it, especially compared with sitting. At the very least it will help you maintain your current running fitness as you heal.

Go for the same amount of time you would have spent running the long run and keep the walking brisk.

Edited by: LIVE2RUN4LIFE at: 1/11/2014 (15:18)
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1/11/14 1:52 P

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Just as I got over bronchitis, I got a horrible head cold. While I'd ordinarily run through it, I feel like my resistance is nil. So once again gonna miss my long run for the week! I've got 5 weeks left until my Disney Princess Half, and I'm starting to get worried that I won't even finish let alone better my time.

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