58 total / 0 in 2019

becoming a runner! Then, I'd like to run my first 5k. Then, a marathon. Then, THE WORLD!

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Corley logged 58 miles.

Last workout over 7 years ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. RUN
    great Office Treadmills 2.5 mi 00:32 12:37 pace

    Prepping for our second 5K on May 7 - working to find a real love for running. It'll come naturally, right? :)

  2. RUN
    great 2.56 mi 00:32 12:27 pace

    Best pacing yet! Signed up for another 5K May 7th - going to be ready this time :)

  3. walk
    alright Office Treadmills 3 mi 00:43 14:21 pace

    OK - the walking days in my training plan are a little frustrating, and I was tired and HUNGRY this morning, but I'm getting the hang of the routine.

  4. RUN
    great Office Treadmills 5 mi 01:16 15:17 pace

    Great! Walked 2.5 miles, did 3 intervals of run 5 minutes walk 5 minutes. Wasn't sure I COULD run 5 minutes straight, so feeling proud of myself after this one.

  5. RUN
    great Office Treadmill 4 mi 01:01 15:20 pace

    Ran for 3 minutes every half mile (up from 2 last interval day). Felt great!

  6. walk
    great Treadmill 2.95 mi 00:42 14:02 pace

    Walking is frustrating for me because it feels like it takes so long...but I know it's part of the process, and I certainly couldn't run 3 miles yet. Soon.

    • Andy C.
      Andy C.

      Way to get back out there Corley! Happy training...

      almost 8 years ago Like

  7. RUN
    great Treadmill at Work 3.79 mi

    Started my 5K training today! April 9, here I come...

  8. RUN
    good Training Run - "Become a Runner" 1.09 mi 00:15 14:07 pace

    Went really well -- still embarrassed about how little running I can actually do, but excited to be doing something about it. Joints were a-ok for the whole walk/run, which is exciting.

    • Fred D.
      Fred D.

      Great job. Keep it up, it does get easier!

      almost 9 years ago Like

    • Tim B.
      Tim B.

      Welcome to DM! Hope you're having fun getting started - you mention below about being patient, and that's good. Seems like most people that want to start running just start too fast and then get discouraged. Just get some miles behind you at a pace where you can talk comfortably - speed will come later. Happy running!

      almost 9 years ago Like