Started running to lose some weight and get fit.This year completed the London Marathon! Run races to keep me motivated. Like 10ks and half marathons. Trying to improve speed now endurance
I'm a trainee probation officer in Leeds and started running as a challenge because I find it the hardest thing in the world!!! It is getting easier and the feeling of completing a run, no matter
Im a lady vet, love being part of a running club. complain like mad at the begining of a race but feel great when i've finished. Running never gets any easier but I hope to be doing it for many
I am beginner who is currently building up my jogging/running to take part in race 4 life in July, I currently run 3 time a week for 30 min at a time and it gradually getting easier..thank god!!
I've only recent taken up running and although the first weeks were hard, it's getting easier. I'm looking forward to running in my first race in 10 years which will be the Cancer Research UK Race
HI, I HAVE JUST STARTED RUNNING AND I CAN'T BELIEVE HOW HARD IT IS!!!. AT THE MOMENT I CAN ONLY RUN FOR 2 MINUTES. I GO RUNNING EVERY OTHER NIGHT AND IT DOE'NT SEEM TO BE GETTING ANY EASIER. HOWEVER
I've just completed my first 10K race in London yesterday (11/7/10) and not only loved it but found it much easier than I thought and feel great as a result! I think I've just caught the running bug.
Currently doing most of my running on a treadmill to aid in the recovery from sciatica. I find it easier on my joints and less jarring on my back. For me, it`s what works best for the moment.
I regulary play Squash, and I am starting running to make my fitness routine easier to fit in with my schedule, rather than continuing my Gym membership. Any Advice would be very welcome.Thank YouTracey
Currently 'training' for race for life, due to do it in July, fast losing faith in mysel as it does not seem to be getting any easier. Getting very frustrated with myself as i can run for 30 minutes
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