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Who would like to join an autumn 2020 Half Marathon Group? πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈπŸ™‹β€β™‚οΈπŸ™‚

linda9389
linda9389Moderator

Hi everyone!

We are proposing to start a new Half Marathon group next week.

I know some of you already have places in autumn events and, like me, are wondering if they will go ahead or whether they will be cancelled. The camaraderie of training and completing your HM in a virtual group seems more relevant than ever in these challenging times of Covid-19!

Anyone can join the group - whether it’s your first half marathon or your 101st, whether you planned to run solo or in a mass participation event, whether you’re already part way through a plan or not yet started.

We will each follow our own plan, with our own target HM date but will share info, ideas and experiences with a good helping of the type of support that HU is famous for!

We do recommend that people have run 10K before embarking on a half marathon plan.

I’m due to start my own HM training plan next week - in theory for Oxford HM on 11th October, but it may well become my second virtual HM ...

From next week, roseabi and I plan to write weekly posts to help keep us all motivated, encouraged and informed! Your input to these posts and discussions will be invaluable as always.

Let us know in the comments below if you are interested in joining the group 😊

And keep an eye out for more posts! - if you follow myself and roseabi, you should get a notification whenever we write a new post

roseabi and Linda9389 xxx

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Joster
JosterHalf Marathon

Brilliant! Thanks ladies. I don't have an event booked, but would love to be part of the group please. I'm not doing much distance at the moment but running regularly still. Be good to have a target of 10 Miles/HM to aim for!

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Joster

Fabulous! No need to have an event booked, great to have you on board again πŸ™‚

Joster
JosterHalf Marathon in reply to linda9389

Super! The group was invaluable last time and definitely helped me β€œget over the line”! I may hunt out a virtual event to really help me maintain focus....

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Joster

Over the line in great style as I remember πŸ’ͺπŸ‘πŸ™‚

cheekychipmunks
cheekychipmunksHalf Marathon

Meeee! πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈ

I’m entered in the Simplyhealth Bristol HM at the end of September. Might as well train for it and assume it’s going ahead - at the very least I suspect they’ll offer a virtual version like Bath did in March. πŸ˜€

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to cheekychipmunks

Brilliant. Great to have you on the team again. Simplyhealth are getting very good at their virtual events ...

cheekychipmunks
cheekychipmunksHalf Marathon in reply to linda9389

Yes they are! Yippee, glad to be on board. Thanks linda9389 😍

I fancy joining this time. I am trying to maintain hm distance.

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Runfasterdoyle

Makes a change from maintaining a 2M distance! Sorry, that's a rubbish joke, but 2m is what I immediately thought when I saw the words 'maintain' and 'distance' πŸ€ͺ

Great to have you in the group πŸ™‚

Stephen_UK
Stephen_UKHalf Marathon

Yes please. I have reached that distance, but only in solo runs. Would be helpful to be part of this in advance of taking part in a proper HM event.

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Stephen_UK

Brilliant, welcome aboard your goal is to remain injury free this time πŸ‘

Stephen_UK
Stephen_UKHalf Marathon in reply to linda9389

Exactly. Thank you.

O505k
O505kHalf Marathon

Count me in, I recently ran a solo HM but would like to be able to run it with less trepidation.

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to O505k

Fantastic! Welcome to the team! I can't find the time/energy/physical stamina to run HM distance on a regular basis, but aiming for one in autumn and another in spring gives me a welcome focus and structure. It's nice knowing I've done the distance before - definitely helps lessen the sense of trepidation, hopefully you'll find the same thing πŸ™‚

Yes please - my first HM!

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Morethanconquerors

Brilliant! Welcome to the group 😊. It's a great goal, surprisingly doable and there's a huge sense of achievement when you get there. Have you chosen a training plan yet? What sort of distance are you running just now?

Hi there! I’ve done 10k a couple of times in lockdown then bought a Garmin 45 and am using the HM training plan with Jeff Galloway. I’ve got to do 9miles this weekend- furthest yet!

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Morethanconquerors

Excellent. That's a long run and a definitestep up from 10k, but take it really easy - slow and steady - and you'll do it πŸ’ͺπŸ‘

Can I join your merry band? I don't have a run to aim for but just want to try to get to the distance. I really need a focus and will be taking it steadily as only started running in January. Just about to start W5 of Runners World Beginner's Plan.

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to RunUsagi

Fabulous. Welcome to the team 😊. That's amazing progress, well done. Steady is the way to go with your first HM, it's going to be a PR whatever pace you run at so it's the one to take easy and enjoy πŸ™‚. How many weeks is your plan?

RunUsagi
RunUsagi in reply to linda9389

It is 12 weeks but clearly I may well add in extra rest days, or even weeks!

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to RunUsagi

That's a good idea when you aren't held to a specific date. I'm rather injury pronensonplan two non-run days between every run to give me some wriggle room πŸ˜ƒ

Yes please. I’m also entered in the Oxford Half which will be my first HM πŸ˜ŠπŸƒβ€β™€οΈ

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Jojohypno

Excellent. Welcome to the team 😊. Although I'm not that hopeful that Oxford will go ahead, it's good to have the original date as a focus and they may well offer a virtual race of some kind. Have you chosen a training plan yet? What sort of distances are you running just now?

Jojohypno
Jojohypno in reply to linda9389

Thank you. I’ve half been hoping it is cancelled as I may have been little ambitious in entering πŸ˜‚

I’m up to 8.5 miles for my long run and I’m loosely following a training plan on Very Well Fit verywellfit.com/half-marath...

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Jojohypno

Ahh, I know that feeling! But if you're running 8.5 miles already there's no reason to think you won't be ready. You can do this 😊

Run46
Run46Half Marathon in reply to Jojohypno

I like the look of this one Jojohypno, thanks for the link πŸ‘

MrsRDj
MrsRDjHalf Marathon

Yes please, I'm hoping the Conwy HM goes ahead!

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to MrsRDj

Ooh! I used to live in Llanrhos. All my attempts to het back and run Conwy parkrun have been thwarted to date - most recently by Covid-19 of course! Will keep fingers crossed for you. Welcome to the group 😊

Hello, can I tentatively join please?

I did my first 10K on 9th May, a virtual Bath Two Tunnels race. I have consolidated and did 11K yesterday. I have been injured in the past so will need to take it carefully. Not sure at this stage whether I'll be able to do it or not but I'd like to try.

roseabi
roseabiAdministrator in reply to Celeriac

Excellent! Welcome to the group that likes to try 😊😊😊

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Celeriac

Welcome to the group πŸ™‚

I'm with you on this. Injury is my middle name so I always start with the 'I'm going to try ...' (I had that in the post when I originally wrote it, but took it out 🀣).

Celeriac
Celeriac in reply to linda9389

Thanks 😊 That makes me feel better!

RunUsagi
RunUsagi in reply to Celeriac

Hello running twin. I wondered if you might appear here. Let's give it a go!

Celeriac
Celeriac in reply to RunUsagi

Hello πŸ‘‹ Hope you're feeling better after your wobble. Yes, let's give it a go 😊

Redcello41
Redcello41Half Marathon in reply to Celeriac

ooooh I recognize that race name, Bath Two Tunnels! I've done quite a few of their events and I live really close to there too! I cycle through The Two Tunnels every other day! I cycled the 5K running route of the Two Tunnels race that I usually do only yesterday and brought back some good memories! :-)

Celeriac
Celeriac in reply to Redcello41

Ah! Sounds good. I entered the race as I wanted to aim for 10K and it was just at the right time and appeared like it must be quite flat!

I'm disappointed that it was cancelled as I'm sure it's an exciting route through the tunnels which I've actually never seen before as I'm based in Bristol.

I'll just have to sign up next time. Maybe for the HM!! πŸ€”πŸ˜Š

Redcello41
Redcello41Half Marathon in reply to Celeriac

Cool! Yeah the route is quite flat and I love running in the tunnels! :-)

Nevvy
NevvyMarathon

Yes please! I was hoping for a local trail HM in September, but it's unlikely to go ahead. It will be great to have this group to encourage for a virtual event.

roseabi
roseabiAdministrator in reply to Nevvy

Fabulous, that's perfect! Welcome!!!

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Nevvy

It's such a shame about the cancelled events. But excellent to have you along for a virtual event. Welcome to the group!

Irishprincess
IrishprincessHalf Marathon

Me please Linda πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈ Like cheekychipmunks I’ve got the Bristol HM at the end of September, so this is great timing. I really enjoyed this group last time and am looking forward to reading about everyone’s progress and picking up various tips and nuggets πŸ™‚

Many thanks for organising again, whoop whoop, here we come πŸ’ͺπŸ™‚

roseabi
roseabiAdministrator in reply to Irishprincess

Yay, here we come with IP!!!! Welcome xxx

Irishprincess
IrishprincessHalf Marathon in reply to roseabi

Thanks roseabi πŸ™‚ x

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Irishprincess

Excellent! We can do this - AND have fun!

Irishprincess
IrishprincessHalf Marathon in reply to linda9389

If it’s not fun I ain’t doing it..... ☹️

πŸ™‹πŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸ™‹πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ Great idea!

Will look forward to the blogs!

roseabi
roseabiAdministrator in reply to Ellesbelles85

Welcome xxx

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Ellesbelles85

Yay! Welcome to the group! If you follow myself and roseabi you shouldn't miss any of the posts

Yes please, winter over here now, so it will a be Spring 2020 10 miles/HM for me. Thinking 10 miles would be great. Had upped my distance pre lockdown, but have lost my way a bit and being part of a group, instead of on my own would be just fab.

roseabi
roseabiAdministrator in reply to lexi6

Marvellous, and good point - welcome to the Autumn/Spring 2020 Half Marathon Group πŸ˜„ xxx

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to lexi6

Excellent! Welcome to the group - maybe we can all nudge you from the 10 miles to the HM πŸ™‚. We all need a bit of direction just now don't we.

Yes please, I have lacked motivation to complete the training, this will give me a goal. Thanks a lot for the forum.

roseabi
roseabiAdministrator in reply to Mame18

Welcome aboard, it's lovely to have you!!! xx

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Mame18

Perfect! Welcome to the group - it really is good for motivation (it got me to my first halfπŸ™‚).

SueKen
SueKen10 Miles

Yes please! I was up to 12 miles when the Coventry HM was postponed. It’s been rescheduled for Nov, so have fingers and toes crossed it will go ahead.

Apart from a couple of weeks of self isolation, I’ve carried on running 3 times a week during lockdown, but much less distance. Usually 5k with an occasional 8k thrown in, but I’m finding them really hard. Need to get motivated soon to start building my distance back up.

To cheer myself up I treated myself to a special edition Parkrun vest, it had its debut today for my inaugural (not)Parkrun. 😊

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to SueKen

Wonderful! Welcome to the group. Hopefully it will be just the motivation you need to get back on track. November is a fair way off yet, so fingers crossed 😊

Yep I'm interested :) I managed 10k in 63 mins a couple'a months ago and am back on Ju-Ju's plan for the time being. HM in the autumn seems a reasonable target :)

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Mike_Bravo

It certainly is, the perfect next step! Welcome to the group 😊. If you follow myself and roseabi you should get notifications of the weekly posts.

Mike_Bravo
Mike_Bravo in reply to linda9389

Done :) thanks in advance for your contributions!

I'm in please. I had been 'persuaded' to run the Mount Robson HM in September by my ultra running son and daughter-in-law. I can't see how we can possibly get out to British Columbia now so a virtual HM will do nicely as a target. I have manged to get to 16k so far but have a long way to go yet I think. At least there will be less climbing when I pick the route!

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Amblerman

Welcome to the group! Shame about the September event but as you say you're in control now! 16k is well on the way - some people don't run any further than that in training for a half marathon πŸ™‚. I should actually be en route back from Vancouver to Heathrow today - I've no idea when we will be able to reschedule that trip πŸ™„. Hey ho, there's still miles to be run, plans to be followed, it's not all bad πŸ™‚. If you follow myself and roseabi then you shouldn't miss any of the weekly group posts. Here's to your HM!

I'm in! Since graduation from c25k in January then b210k in April I have increased to running 10k three times per week but struggling to do more than 13k at a time. Help!

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Bubs1671

Excellent, welcome to the team! Your weekly mileage is pretty high; maybe reducing the length of two of the runs would help you find the energy to increase the long run (which should be run at a slow easy pace)? Hopefully you will pick up helpfulhints and tips from the group as we go πŸ‘. Following myself and roseabi should ensure you don't miss any of the weekly group posts πŸ™‚

Yes please

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to annettebrown

Brilliant. A warm welcome to the group! Is this your first time training for a half or have you run the distance already? Either way, hopefully you'll find this group helpful, friendly and fun πŸ™‚. If you follow myself and roseabi you shouldn't miss any of the weekly posts. Lets do this (as they say πŸ˜€)!

I’ve been hovering around 10/12k for a while and would love to try and go further. I did 16k recently but with lots of stops, so don’t count that. I felt really dehydrated at the end and plan to invest in a hydration vest. Looking forward to giving it a go. I’ve also been doing off road running in the summer, which is great but finding it a lot harder, I’m also surrounded by hills πŸ˜€

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to annettebrown

Sounds like you're definitely ready fof HM training. Lots of people use hydration vests for long runs - especially at this time of year. This is another option you could consider healthunlocked.com/marathon...

Lots of people very validly run/walk their HMs, Jeffing is a popular method. But if that's not for you, do let us know when you hit 10 miles and feel it 'counts' because we have a nice badge for that 😊

I had a 10k planned in May, which has been postponed till Oct (I did a virtual 10k at the time). As I can change the distance I'm now looking to do a HM instead.

Of course I don't know if it will go ahead in Oct either or if I can make the new date anyway (also have another event on the same weekend which may or not happen!). But I have just started a HM training plan in preparation anyway.

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to triumph-tiger

Welcome to the group! So much is up in the air just now, but that sounds like a great way to deal with it - just push on with training, regardlessπŸ‘ I'll add you to the list without an event for now and if you do sign up for an HM event we can always add it. If you follow myself and roseabi you shouldn't miss any of the weekly posts. Happy training πŸ˜€

Oh yes please. I learnt so much in the spring hm group, that was fab. I got to 17k on 21st March then lockdown happened and had to cut back. This is the motivation I need to build up again. (Plus hubby's started running twice a week and I need to maintain my lead!) 😁 x

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Cantstopmenow

Fabulous! Great to have you in the group again. 17k is sooooo close, we definitely need to get you to HM distance ahead of your OH πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

I’d love to give it a go- so I’m in πŸ€ͺ

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Reggiegirl

Excellent. A very warm welcome to the group! Have you chosen a training plan yet? Hopefully you'll find this group helps πŸ™‚. If you follow myself and roseabi i you shouldn't miss any of the weekly posts.

Mummy23
Mummy2310 Miles

Yes please...I’m supposed to be running New Forest HM in September...it seemed a really good idea when I entered it on New Years Day!

For now, they say it will still go ahead....

At Christmas my furthest distance ever was 10k, but it’s crept up during lockdown.

My longest run to date is 15K.... plan to set off in a minute, aiming for 16k today.

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Mummy23

Fabulous, welcome to the group. You've made great progress already. There's a 10 mile badge waiting for you - let us know when you've run your 16k (or technically 16.1k I guess 🀣). Good luck 😊

Mummy23
Mummy2310 Miles in reply to linda9389

Well, I made it to 16.34K according to Fitbit, but β€˜only’ 16.07k according to Strava.... did I manage 10 miles?? Also, does it count if I walked some of it? A very hilly route and I just couldn’t run UP all the hills! 😳

Mummy23
Mummy2310 Miles in reply to Mummy23

Wanted to add that average pace was 7.14/km, total time 1hr 56. So didn’t walk too much!

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Mummy23

That's a great time too! Imagine how fast you'd be with a flatter route and a race atmosphere to boost you on your way πŸ’ͺπŸ‘

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Mummy23

It definitely counts! Walking up hills is very much allowed - as is walking as part of any of these distances. Lots of people like run/walk methods for long runs - the Jeff Galloway method ('Jeffing') is particularly popular. I always walk during drink breaks for a HM - I just make too much mess otherwise πŸ™„πŸ€£

Your badge looks great - congratulations on a fabulous milestone run πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

Mummy23
Mummy2310 Miles in reply to linda9389

Thank you 😁😁

Yes please, it would be lovely to have something to work towards.

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Saxart

Exactly - a goal and some structure, together with personal achievements, can be really helpful in such uncertain times. A warm welcome to the group! Have you chosen a plan yet? If you follow myself and roseabi you shouldn't miss any of the weekly posts.

Which plan's do you recommend?

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Saxart

I recommend the plan that suits you best! For me it's one where I only run 2 or 3 times a week and train to the full distance. For you the criteria may be different. There are a host of well respected plans to choose from. This post from our spring 2020 HM group may be helpful for you healthunlocked.com/marathon...

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Saxart

I recommend the plan that suits you best! For me it's one where I only run 2 or 3 times a week and train to the full distance. For you the criteria may be different. There are a host of well respected plans to choose from. This post from our spring 2020 HM group may be helpful for you healthunlocked.com/marathon...

I'm in!!! I'm trying to do a local one (BA Gatwick HM) in October, I don't know if it will go ahead, but if it doesn't I will be doing it on my own. I've run the distance in a very very long run (it seemed like that to me) but I want to be able to finish a bit, just a bit more comfortably... (so that I can walk home). I'm currently using a Garmin coach plan, but I'm looking forward to reading about other people's plans, suggestions, and experiences :)

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to 2718281

Fabulous. Welcome to the group 😊 Maybe Gatwick will offer a virtual event if they have to cancel, but fingers crossed. If you follow myself and roseabi you shouldn't miss any of the weekly posts.

Yes please, I’d love to join a half marathon group! Was down to do the great north run in September but that’s off now. Mixed feelings about that but training not going at all well!

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Loops49

Welcome!!! πŸ™‚ Ahh, I'm sure that's disappointing but they may well run a virtual event instead (I see their website says they are working on something to mark the occasion). Hopefully being part of this group will give your training some renewed va va voom πŸƒβ€β™€οΈ. If you follow myself and roseabi you shouldn't miss any of the weekly posts.

Loops49
Loops49 in reply to linda9389

Thanks! I’m losing motivation so I certainly could do with some virtual support!

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Loops49

Don't worry, we have bucket loads of that here πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

Kiwipie
KiwipieHalf Marathon

Please can I join your group. I’ve just run the accidental 10 miles, set out to do 10k. The head is asking weather it was a blip and am l capable of doing it again. All support and encouragement will be very welcome.

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Kiwipie

Excellent! Welcome to the group. Would you like your 10 mile badge just now or would you rather wait until you've proved to yourself that it wasn't a blip? It's waiting for you when you're ready! There will be lots of support and encouragement here, and it sounds like you're well on your way to HM distance already. Great stuff! Follow myself and roseabi to get notifications of the weekly posts.

roseabi
roseabiAdministrator in reply to linda9389

I got it 😊😊😊

Gingernutter
Gingernutter10 Miles

Yes please! I'm on week 4 of 17 of Greg McMillans Garmin HM plan. I've done 10k a few times but I need a focus and a training plan. If that goes to HM well awesome, if not, it'll keep me running X3 a week! 🐌

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Gingernutter

Fabulous! A warm welcome to the team! Watch out for the weekly posts and there will be plenty of support to keep you focused and on track. You will get to HM πŸ‘πŸ™‚

runningdad
runningdadHalf Marathon

Count me in! It was confirmed today the Edinburgh Marathon Festival events rescheduled from May to 5/6 September will now not go ahead. I was signed up for the half marathon and a bit disappointed if not surprised. The upside is they have made arrangements for the event to go virtual, and will be rewarding efforts with the bling and t-shirt. I've agreed with a friend to tackle this together - all socially distanced of course.

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to runningdad

Fabulous. First, a warm welcome to the group. Second, a virtual focus is good - obviously not as good, but it's a great second best (to do it with a friend is even better). Follow roseabi and myself to get notifications of the weekly posts. Good luck πŸ™‚

Run46
Run46Half Marathon

Yes please Linda, I've been struggling with distance lately but in the lead up to my 1st HM in February I'd been actually enjoying a few 10 milers so I know I have it in me somewhere to build back up.

Let's give it a go together πŸ˜€πŸ‘

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Run46

Brilliant. You're right, we can do this! I can't keep up those long runs on a regular basis either, but it's good to go for it a couple of times a year πŸ˜€πŸ’ͺπŸ‘. I'll add you to the group πŸ™‚

Run46
Run46Half Marathon in reply to linda9389

Thanks 😊

Lavender1962
Lavender1962Half Marathon

I would like to join. I was supposed to run a HM the end of May which was cancelled. I recently started a plan but stopped. Now, I will have some motivation and support to start again! πŸƒπŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ˜Š

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Lavender1962

Ah, shame about the May event, but great to have you in the group! I think it should really help with all our motivation, especially where events have been cancelled. Here's to some successful training πŸ‘πŸ™‚

Lavender1962
Lavender1962Half Marathon

Thanks!😊πŸ’ͺ

Mckennamark
Mckennamark10 Miles

Hi Linda count me in please. I tried earlier in the year but got an injury. It set me back a bit a big bit.

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to Mckennamark

Oh no, that's rotten luck. Great that you feel recovered enough to try again now though. Welcome to the group! Follow myself and roseabi so as not to miss any posts - the first one should be tomorrow 😊

OK, so I've just signed up for the Great East Run on 20/9. No idea if it'll go ahead, but if I'm going to aim for something, that may as well be it!

I first reached 10k back at the end of Feb and have being trying to do at least one 10k per week along with a couple of 5ks (most of the time) -- so I think it's time I stepped up to the next challenge. 10k time is just about the one hour mark, although I seem to have been slowing down somewhat in the recent warm weather :-(

Any recommendations for good training plans gratefully received!

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to OnlineTwin

Hi, welcome to the group 😊. It sounds like you're in a great position to start training for a half marathon. Fingers crossed for your event, but if it does get cancelled you could perhaps consider a virtual run instead. Tomorrow's post should have some helpful links to training plans, so watch this space!

CandyCool
CandyCoolHalf Marathon

I’d like to join please. I will need to get a few miles in for LM Oct 4th. If it gets cancelled, as I feel it may, Then it will be great to have something to aim for. Lost my motivation after the last cancellation need to get it back now πŸƒπŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸƒπŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸ₯°

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to CandyCool

Welcome! Motivation is hard in the face of cancellations isn't it? We may have to rely on 'virtual' for a while longer yet 🀨.

I'll add you to the group and the Strava club, and we can help keep you accountable for those miles πŸ˜€

CandyCool
CandyCoolHalf Marathon in reply to linda9389

Thank you that will be great. I’m onto week 4 of the 16 week plan so 2x3 miles and 1x8 this week πŸƒβ€β™€οΈπŸƒβ€β™€οΈπŸ€ͺ

linda9389
linda9389Moderator in reply to CandyCool

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