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New introduction (Read 621 times)

    Hello all, I figured I better come out of lurk land and say hey to all of you. I have been logging with RunningAhead since June of '07, but didn't really know about the forums till recently. I posted on the Before and Now thread http://www.runningahead.com/forums/post/2465f811e6874451a4c4beffb653992d because of the weight I have lost over the past year, but that was it so far. I started running for the first time in over 20 years last year when I started losing the weight. I am currently training for my first half marathon and was wondering if I could get any feedback on the training I have been doing getting ready for this race. Thanks! Tim
    "Better to take the slow approach then the no approach."
    My Quest to a Marathon blog.262quest.com
      Belated welcome and glad to see you out of lurk land, Tim. Check out the Half Marathon Trainers group - lots of folks there in your shoes.

      When it’s all said and done, will you have said more than you’ve done?

        Thanks! Hopefully I can hang around a bit more. I don't have much input to offer since I am quite new to running, but I will hopefully be able to help out here and there. Tim
        "Better to take the slow approach then the no approach."
        My Quest to a Marathon blog.262quest.com
          Welcome aboard and away from Lurk Land! Big grin

          Michelle

          Marathon Maniac # 3228




          Another Passion

            Hey, Tim! Nice to have you on forum board! I started out kinda the same, I logged all my runs on here, but wasn't aware of how cool the forums and groups were and now... let's just say DW thinks I have a bit of an obsession. Big grin

            Rick
            "The will to win means nothing without the will to prepare." - Juma Ikangaa
            "I wanna go fast." Ricky Bobby
            runningforcassy.blogspot.com

              I have been accused of having somewhat of a running obsession as well, but I am OK with that. When I find something I enjoy it absolutely consumes me, and that is what has happened with running. I used to run when I was in high school, and now I wonder why I stopped.... because I loved it back then too!
              "Better to take the slow approach then the no approach."
              My Quest to a Marathon blog.262quest.com