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Running
RE: Running
(18th July 2017, 08:41)Lutrinae Wrote: I started jogging again, but my left foot and lower back are in pain right now.  I need to take days off between working out, which will make the weight loss take longer.  But, oh well.

If you're just starting back to running or doing it for the first time, running every day can be tough. Are you stretching enough?
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RE: Running
(18th July 2017, 09:32)*Deidre* Wrote: Are you stretching enough?

Of course, it's just that I always have this problem when I get back into jogging.
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RE: Running
(18th July 2017, 07:52)*Deidre* Wrote:
(18th July 2017, 00:27)jots Wrote: I'm still around, but I'm not running as much as I used to. I try to do 2-3 runs/week but that's about it. I'm struggling a bit with motivation, unfortunately.

You look like you're doing well, though. Good work, keep it up! Smile

Maybe ''reporting'' back to the thread will keep you motivated.  Big Grin

Perhaps... Tongue

Yesterday I ran a lap around the nearby lake "Munksjön". 6 km only, but pretty good pace - 4:27/km on average.
I could've kept running since I felt fresh, physically at least, but my mind just wasn't in it.
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RE: Running
Long run today - 16 km. Forgot to bring a water bottle, so I felt a little dehydrated at the end, but otherwise it was a pretty good run.
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6 mile run today for me, with sprints at the end. Then, push ups, planks, burpees and ab crunches. 4 sets of 25 each.
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RE: Running
(19th July 2017, 20:06)*Deidre* Wrote: 6 mile run today for me, with sprints at the end. Then, push ups, planks, burpees and ab crunches. 4 sets of 25 each.

I miss my six mile runs.

That's why I need to get back into shape.
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Buying into religion leaves one intellectually broke.
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RE: Running
(19th July 2017, 20:07)Lutrinae Wrote:
(19th July 2017, 20:06)*Deidre* Wrote: 6 mile run today for me, with sprints at the end. Then, push ups, planks, burpees and ab crunches. 4 sets of 25 each.

I miss my six mile runs.

That's why I need to get back into shape.

You'll do it, just be patient and keep doing a little more every week. Smile
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Some of my most meditative experiences have came from running outdoors. Especially at night. Many times it doesn't even feel like your running. More like your just gliding. It feels so smooth and effortless.
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(20th July 2017, 01:06)energizer bunny Wrote: Some of my most meditative experiences have came from running outdoors. Especially at night. Many times it doesn't even feel like your running. More like your just gliding. It feels so smooth and effortless.

Totally agree!
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RE: Running
60 minutes long intervals today. Alternating between 10 minutes on 80-85 % of max pace, then 10 minutes slower pace. 13 km total.
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