In training for 2004 Great North Run where i am running for Mencap. Warm up races in richmond Park and Victoria park before that!
warm up is important as cool down, the time to enjoy when I run is much more important than been fast ;-)
Have just got over a bad spell of shin splints and after several physio trips, and warm ups im back , feel loads better
I'm fairly new to running and I am doing some 10k runs as warm up / training events for Traithlons later in the year.
I just signed up for my first 10 K run in May...help...and this is just the first warm up for the 10 M and HM in September...I am a bit scared, suddenly to perform under so much pressure.
I have run the Hastings Half Marathon before. i intend to run this years New York Marathon and I intend to do several wArm up events leading up to it.
Just started this week- at the 5 min warm up run 1 minute- walk 2- run 1- walk 2- run/gasp 45 secs, walk 3, run 1, walk 5 stage.
I am a out-doorsy, fun-loving, adventurous gal who also loves curling up with a warm cuppa and a good book, listen to music with a nice beat and capture moments through my DSLR's viewfinder.
I'm a beginner, been running for a couple of months and thoroughly enjoying it. Everything is so confusing though at this stage, from shoes, clothing, whether to warm up or not, diet. Just going
I am a member of the university of liverpool triathlon team, though i'm more of a cyclist and runner really. The picture is of me trying to warm up after Toughguy this year which was fantastic.
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