Who are the invisible cheerleaders?? You of course!
I have literally just come back from a really bad run where i could not find my pace and also my ankle is aching I'm on w5r2 and even though I completed it, I struggled. The only thing that kept me going was knowing that it is possible as testamount by all the runners on this site
I have come back and logged on straight away. One of the blogs I have read today is about a woman who is overweight(her words) and an ex fitness phone who had struggled with week 1 all those weeks ago and she has just graduated!!! Yay I read her blog and was in tears reading it. I have never met the woman (not to my knowledge) but I felt immense pride in her achievement.
Her blog and others like it have given me new hope and determination. I will rest my aching ankle rest of today and tomorrow and then I'm going to sock it to w5r3!!!
Everyone should be proud of getting themselves off that couch and making the effort to do something about their lives. We should all pat ourselves on the back and remember if we are having a bad run then you can almost hear the invisible cheerleaders saying "go on, you can do it!! (Pom pom's are optional)