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10/30/13 6:18 A

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Great job!

Walk breaks certainly do help me!!!

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10/29/13 4:56 P

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And crossed the finish line with a smile on your face, too, I'll bet!
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2BACOWGIRL Posts: 33
10/29/13 3:29 P

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It was hard to walk in the beginning when other people were passing me up, but I just stuck with the program, and then ended up passing some of the same people that passed me.

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10/29/13 2:40 P

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Great job ! Yep it's hard doing those walks in the excitement of the race beginning. But it pays off at the end.

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10/29/13 2:37 P

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10/29/13 2:31 P

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I ran my first 8k race last Saturday. I was a little nervous because I have only done 5k up until this point. I set my gym boss to 2:30/1:00 with an overall time goal of an hour. I had never used the Galloway program during a race so I was not confident that it really worked. At the beginning of the run I was about one of the last people, but halfway through the race I started to slowly pass other people. I finished in 58 minuets, which may not be fast for some people, but for me it was a pretty good time. Now I know for sure the program works!!

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