hakko wrote:Great to see another runner here! We're getting plenty I hope you'll enjoy your training and your race, so that you keep running on the 28th as well. (Or maybe on the 30th, it's pretty normal taking a few days off after a race.)
Ruff wrote:hello there! I started with a run walk program a year and a week ago. Now I hope to run a 17km trail run in a few weeks! Week 1 and 2 of the walk/run programme were fine, but week 3 nearly killed me! I stayed on week 3 for 3 weeks, before moving to week 4.
I am 50 years old and have lost over 30kg since starting running, but my knees also hurt at the beginning. Take it slow at first. Take rest days and just walk if you need them.
I can't believe i am the one giving advice here....I was the fat old lady unable to run for a bus not so long ago!
And i do have to say, that is one cute baby you have there!
hakko wrote:Don't forget to add days of rest to your planning too! It helps your body recover and makes you look forward to training. (or at least it does for me. I always fail X push-ups per day contests as it gets boring after a while, while running a couple of times every week is just sheer fun)
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