>Look What I Can Do!>No smokes 2 months, 5k time trial
Quit smoking 2 months ago today and started running, as I have posted earlier. So today went down to the local
track and decided to run 5k hard to see where I am at. Finished in 20:30, I am actually pretty pleased by this time.
Feels like an accomplishment, makes me want to run more and get faster!
Great job on both pieces of this!
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I've been telling people for years that my smoking had nothing to do with my lack of speed when it comes to running.
I've since quit......nearly 2 years......and I'm still not any faster. Next I'll stop smoking and see if that makes me faster !
Seriously, congrats on giving up the cigarettes (Thats the real accomplishment) and a very nice 5k time trial.
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mjh congrats - that's awesome!
Actually I had a high school teammate named Greg who smoked a pack of cigarettes a day (as well as the occasional longer, fat, "scented" cigarettes) and ran 16's for 5K...you're not him are you?