I finished my first half marathon last week. I couldn’t help sharing my tips on how to go from lazy potato to lazy potato who runs 21 KM). 2,073 more words
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Running is the punishment of other sports. I remember in middle school when given the choice of continuing with either soccer or volleyball because we couldn’t afford to do both I chose volleyball because there was less running. 1,055 more words
Things to take in to consideration when reading this –
- At the time of writing, I’m 53.
- I have never run – I am not a lapsed runner, or someone who ever wanted to run; and indeed I had no latent fitness level, either cardio or strength wise to speak of – so my starting position was ground zero. 2,514 more words
I cannot begin to tell you how frustrating the last three weeks have been. I went from being on a massive high from completing the Oxford Half, to being completely depressed because my knee wasn’t allowing me to run any more. 1,106 more words
Runners seem to come in two forms. There are the sleek gazelles, whose lean, athletic bodies dart around the roadways effortlessly. And then there are the rest of us, plodding along, adding up the miles and wondering why we’re still not losing weight no matter how many pairs of sneakers we burn through. 121 more words