A new-mom's journey back into the world of health. Grab your shoes and the stroller and let's get running!
Yay! Registering for a race is a sure fire way to motivate yourself to train.
YAY!! How exciting!#1 - Come up with a training plan.#2 - Make sure it is a DOABLE plan!!!! You DON'T need to be running 7 days a week to successfully train for a half marathon. Make sure it is something you know you can stick to because if it is too much people tend to just give up and quit. You can successfully train running only 4 days a week if you make those runs count. #3 - Get excited!!
Congratulations!! You will definitely finsh. I have a good training plan if you need one.
Ahh yes... the lazy runner. Haha! Thank you for showing some love. So far, so good with these new techniques. It's pretty cool how the blogging runners stick together. Haha!Good luck with your 1/2 marathon! Keep me posted.. I'll be cheering you on!
You'll finish. You'll be proud. You'll have fun (some of the time). You'll amaze your family and friends!
Hey! Yeah you still have two months so you will be fine. I just found your blog...and skimmed to see that you're up to four miles...next week go for five. The goal is to get up to ten before race day. Increase your long run by a mile each week... you even have some extra time in there. I loveeeee Hal. It's not too late to alter his plan to your time table.
Thanks for checking out my blog!! Don't worry, you have plenty of time to train. Just make yourself a plan and stay focused. And if you need a running buddy come race day, let me know!! :)
you've got plenty of time! all it takes is the commitment which you have! I promise, you will finish!
Yeah for signing up for your first half. First, you have to believe in yourself. YOU CAN DO IT! Kristen said it best, find a plan and you don't have to run every day or have high weekly mileage.