I'm mainly a morning runner, it's a great start to the day and gets you focused for work. At weekends I have started to do hill sessions on treadmills.
Intend to run Baker Hughes 10K in May, also Run for Life 5K June. Running mainly on treadmill at the moment, but should venture outside soon. Other training includes elliptical trainer, swimming
and the odd session on the treadmill. Am returning to Uni to take a sports science degree and then become a PE teacher.And yes I am completly mad!!
sessions a week.I work in a gym in a prison, so use the treadmill quite alot for training
I am an absolute beginner when it comes to running, apart from the odd 20 min treadmill session in the gym. My first love is cycling, but I like the idea of Duathlon's so obviously I need to start
Have a sit-down job so joined a gym two years ago. Did my first charity run last year and loved it, so added treadmill sessions to my workouts. Being new to running I need to learn how do
I'm an avid gym 'bunny' - 8 sessions a week. At least 4 of these are running (treadmill) in the mornings, and the rest is weight training, abs training, 1 Balance and 1 Body Pump class. I enjoy
and a marathon. I maintained the running but dropped the competitive runs into my early 30's. I began more and more to replace my running with serious sessions on a bike or treadmill in the gym due
walk for 3 minutes on the treadmill without being out of breath.I now run in the gym every day around 10km, cross train 10km and use the step machine for 1 hour - and aim to train for 5 days per week
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