W3R2 😆

Well got my dad to come sit with my mirror boy so I could do my run today. Got myself a new dining top, they don't do anything really for plus size runners! Anyway a nice pink number with short sleeves and a hood, but really light weight and covers my lumps and bumps. I've been wearing a fleece so far but it's been quite warm today. Have to say I felt pretty good about myself. Off I went for my run and it felt amazing, sun was out, the countryside looked beautiful, some of the horses in the field I run by even decided to have a little run with me. I completed all the runs and had the BIGGEST smile on my face when I'd done. Like a Cheshire cat 😻 ☺ very proud of myself indeed.

So if anyone ready this wonders if they can do YES YOU CAN! If I can and being 6 stones overweight (not for much longer 😉) then yes anyone can


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9 Replies

  • Running top not dining top! How weird lol

  • your running top sounds fab, where did you get it from?

  • It was from simply Be on line. They do have a sport section. I ordered some exercise leggings but they were too big so will order the size down ☺

  • Will have a look thanks. And good on you for your running, sounds like you had a fab run this morning.x

  • I did thank you. Felt soooooooooooo good ☺x

  • Well done and congratulations! :-)

  • Brilliant! Well done. Good luck with the weight loss.

  • You're definitely making progress from your first session, keep up the good work you're doing really well so far. Keep that smile on your face and keep running !

  • I love joyful runs - so great when you hit your stride and realise you can do it! I genuinely think 80% of running is a mental thing about believing you can, and once you've felt that once you know what it's like and can get there again. Fab. :)

    There was a great interview on radio 4's woman's hour with a woman who was designing and making good quality lightweight wicking sportswear for plus sized women. Will try to remember her name.

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