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To continue to be active and be injury free:)....to be Heart Healthy. Build a walking program to walk at least 30 minutes daily. Build distance and endurance
Debbie G. so here's a question ...
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So here's a question for my DM friends and experts:) Do you ever feel stuck in your training...I feel like at the beginning (February 2012...Couch to 5K) I made great strides...even my first 5K (April) was able to run the whole thing...have really struggled since then to make any signficant improvements to pace/distance....am I just being impatient or does it really take that long? Even with increasing time over the last 2 weeks versus tracking miles feel kind of like I'm just struggling thru.... and not making improvements.....any insight is appreciated:)