I am new to running outside, but am loving every minute of it. I always used to say I would only run on a treadmill (as I found it easier) now I only run on my treadmill if I have to. I have just
After ten years of running I gave up two years ago because of time spent on my business, have now purchased a 2nd hand treadmill and head is in the right place to get training again :o) Going to run
total beginner, have just come back from critcal illnes (M.S) and have started to excercise to help myself and my condition.Currently trying to run on treadmill at the local gym, absolute total
I am starting to take up running. I'm joining a beginners running club in Jan, but at mo am just going on treadmill and cross trainer to improve my fitness/cardio. As a complete amateur any tips
I was injured playing football for the umpteenth time. As part of my recovery a started doing some light jogging on a treadmill and then started running in my lunch break to get the blood pumping
stuck in the gym in an stuffy enviroment not getting anywhere on a boring treadmil .
I run for roughly 20 - 30 minutes at 12.5 on the treadmill at my local gym 3 times a weekand and am about to do my first 10k run on the 17th May, which is the Heroes Run in Brighton.
I have been running for 8 weeks and im running around 3-4 miles per day 8min/miles,( treadmill ) im looking at doing charity races, any information is welcome
I am trying to train for the great north run, run with a beginners group once a week, hate running on treadmill but sometimes its gotta be done to get miles in. I only started running when i entered
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