when my son was diagnosed with cancer and I needed to be with him. He is finally more independent and I've been able to start running again. I just signed up for the same marathon as I was to run in 2012. This means a lot to me.
I find, is eating enough healthy calories.
Finding just the right balance between carbs and protein and fluids -it is all so technical and something I never had to think about when I was younger. But last summer, while training, I realized I was starving myself, and so was...
and shoulders. I've been inspired by a brave young woman who is walking across canada. I want to do the same, 75km though, and I want to be able to say 'last August i raised awareness and possibly charity for something.' Not sure for what yet.
I'm getting ready for my first full distance marathon. In a little over 4 months I will run Stockholm Marathon for the first time! I haven't started running outdoors yet because there's still snow where I live, but I'm running 6 miles on the treadmill two or three times a week...
I can't run a mile yet but next week I start my training. In 2 months I'll be able to run three miles. I got 3 years to go till I can enter the Boston Marathon. In 3 years I'll be able to run 26 miles and I'll win. I will be determined and I will run and win.
I am running the London Marathon this year (2009) to raise funds for Asthma UK.
I suffered a major Asthma attack in 2007 which was 50-50 Life or death so I thought I would do something to raise money for this cause.
I have never done a Marathon before - have ran a half marathon...
That guy is Inspiring. I want to eventually hike across the Coastal Mountains (British Columbia), over Grouse, Cypress, and north from there. First, I have to work on strengthening my joints and start training.
I start on Monday.
I hope to get an 8 to 8:30 pace
The one I am running is ALL downhill
It is going to be LEGIT!!!
I have new shoes for it.
I dropped out of track senior year to do this.
2 coaches said that I should be able to run my desired pace
I am going to ROCK THIS THING!!!
I am following Hal Higdon's plan Intermediate I at halhigdon.com. I have 2 more weeks until the marathon, and I'm really excited! I've already done all of my long runs (2 20 milers) so it's just basically waiting time now (besides staying in shape until the marathon...
I am not sure if I will get a normal place in the 2010 London Marathon or not but I have a Charity place lined up if not so I will definitely being doing it.
So I have started training for it. I love running, its great to just have a think to yourself or listen to some music.