running beginner. hoping to get fitter, and to reach a higher standard but to also enjoy my running
27 year old beginner runner. Looking to train for 10km races and London marathon
Only a beginner who is slowly building distances up. Unfortunately, I live on top of a hill, so the end of a run is usually up!
It is hilly where I live so I find it hard to find somewhere flattish to train. can anyone help whith information on including hills for a complete beginner!
I live in Devon which is not the best beginner territory as it is hill after hill but I have just completed my first half marathon (Great West Run) and although I was no Lindford Christie, I
Just agreed to run the Chicago Marathon. A total beginner taking it easy and doing run/walks. Slow but steady. A year of changes and challenges as head to 40. It will be done and hopefully in some
I'm Kate-Moving to London in October.24 years old and a complete beginner.Suffering from knee injury atm but been to physio and really hopeful for a recovery.Long (run) up hill struggle. :)
Although I am a beginner again, did get down to 7 minute mile 3 years ago, and when I moved to France was so busy it all stopped, just started running again, and feel like a beginner again.Good thing
I did my first half marathon this and yet I still consider myself a beginner? Started running to get fit and found that it has really helped in all the other sports I do. Play netball and tennis
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