ohmigosh never ever thought I would do that!

THanks to everyone on here for the lovely support.

Going to try my first park run in two weeks and will then be working on improving distance and time.

I looooovvvvveeeee running even though it is blinking hard at times

Stilla long way to go but would never have started without this programme, everyone on here and the Hungerford Hares Running Club

THANK YOU x x x x

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  • Congratulations :-)

  • thank you x x x

    no one can say this programe doesn't work because I could barley run up my own stairs a few months ago :)

  • Well done redfinn - great feeling isn't it

  • Congratulations! Hope you have many, many happy runs in front of you :)

  • It is a wicked feeling Getting fitter :) And thanks beforefifty I love that we have all been bitten by the bug on here :)

  • ~Congratulations :)

  • Well done! I agree that this new found joy of running is amazing and life changing.

    Take care not to go mad at this point, overdo things, and get hurt! Build up slowly and patiently, eating right and doing some other exercise to be fit enough to sustain your body through longer runs. Your skeleton needs to be ready too - not just your lungs

    Most of all feel happy about your runnng, enjoy it and keep doin it!


  • Ha Ha miss wobble - thats what they told us last night and I laughed my head off because I honestly don't think I could over do it if I tried. I could in the earlier weeks as I often felt like running every day but now the time has got longer I am here by the skin of my teeth (still love it though!). I do need to be patient though I think my gremlins are there because I expect quicker progress but I know I have a long way to go when my rational hat is on :)

  • Congratulations :)

  • Congratulations - hope you feel amazing!

  • congrats lady, amazing feeling isnt it

  • Good luck! They are great; I'll be doing my second Parkrun on Saturday :)

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