thanks Dave.good call
dyslexia can affect a lot more than spelling VDOT
to be fair you could not have been training much or be very fit if you are relatively fit and struggling to fit in the couch to 5k training programme...
most fit youngsters should be able to go out and run 3 miles without a problem......
the couch to 5k really is a task for sedentary people to build up nice and slowly and get confidence.
anyone who plays sport or walks a lot or is active should be able to do the basic test without a problem..
I wish you good luck.but please work longterm on the fitness.dont just stop if you manage to pass the test.
it could be wet and windy.or baking hot....but camping is the place to be and watch out for the pirate feed station
swim a little, run a little and bike a lot
JT141 wrote (see)
On top of running and gym, Wednesday night for me is indoor bowls night. One bowl as hard as I can down the middle, then I go home. I'm fucking brilliant at it.
Is bowling a euphemism,
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