Fitness for all ages and stages from a girl who's made all the mistakes and talks about them here. Lots of oversharing, which hopefully leads to lots of encouragement and heart connection.
Just think about what it feels like, to actually do well when you compete at running. The buzz you get, the elation of finishing, and imagine how proud and elated you will feel, when you finish a training run of 7-13 miles, because you should feel those things.Now see if that doesn't in some way, change your perception of how you do such runs in the future.Might just work.You should be very proud of yourself, I think you are doing a fantastic job of all the runs. Your pace looks amazing, and you are certainly defying some odds at your age, to be doing so well, but it's always, always great to read about, so keep it up, because you're inspiring, and a true blogging heavyweight, for many positive reasons.:-) :-).Matt
I'm already dreading my long run tomorrow and they aren't anywhere as long as yours are . . . great job!!!
Way to go, Leslie!!!!! WooHoo!=)
See how blogging makes us accountable? This is good ;)Way to go on that awesome run of yours! Now don't you feel better for doing it?
Great job on the run!!! As for your odd number thing ... I like to change all of my mother-in-law's things to odd numbers because she *has* to have them on even numbers.
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