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From the Couch to 5K forum

  • Re: Week 4


    Weather was lovely today too! I went out after work for week 4 run 3 and I have to admit that today was the first time I almost talked myself out of it...just a feeling sorry for myself kinda day, but when I got out and got running I had more determination than ever. This cough has been easing off the past couple of days so I did increase my pace and...

  • by didntcatchthat
    Written 11 days ago
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From the Couch to 5K forum

  • Re: My Diary


    hi kate (if you are still there), hi mamof4 yes, please post with us. great to have someone else to share this with & share their progress. I already feel like kate & lorna are my running buddies! you sound very determined. especially after feeling disappointed. well done you! & on a big run aswell nite nite

  • by shelleymcbelly
    Written 15 hours ago
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From the Mental health blog

  • Meet an alter: Shan


    If you are very proper and easily offended, don't read this post! I would like to introduce you to Shan. Shan is an alter who my husband would say is 'his favourite Candycan'. This is probably mainly because Shan loves sex (and variety in it), has no inhibitions and lives life to the full with confidence and energy (pretty much the opposite...

  • by Candycan
    Written 16 hours ago
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From the Couch to 5K forum

  • Week 9 - all done.....


    Hi all Well I made it! Did my 3rd 30 minute run of week 9 earlier today. In fact I carried on and made it 35 mins. It's amazing once the clock stops and you feel you've done it I get an extra burst of energy so went with it. I can't quite believe I have done it. I've spent 47 years telling everyone I'm not a runner and now I can...

  • by sooze18
    Written 18 hours ago
  • 2 comments

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