W1 R1 9th sept ------------ w9 r3 13th Dec πŸ’«πŸŽ“

What a rollercoaster of a journey. We never thought week 1 was possible and week nine was only a dream. Although my wife graduated a couple of weeks ago, shin pain kept holding me back. But after 8 days of no running I jumped back on the program and finally finished week 9 r3 pain free 😁

I totally enjoyed my last 2 runs , what a difference it makes just to run for the enjoyment

i think the best advice I can give is take it steady, take it slow, take your time

And thanks to everyone in here that's helped support and encourage me throughout 😁


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  • Wow, that's excellent. Well done, fellow December graduate. :-)

  • Congratulations & well done continuing after your injury as it would have been so easy to give up!! Enjoy your new running careerπŸ˜ŠπŸƒπŸ˜‚β­οΈπŸ‘

  • Congratulations Gemset! Hope this is the start of great things!

  • Congratulations both on graduating and on excellent advoce.

  • Well done on graduating, it's great running for enjoyment isn't it.glad you're keeping the pain under control too.

  • Many congratulations :) You definitely earned your graduation :) Well done!

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