Iang999 all those symptoms; maybe you are taking things too fast, slow down a bit (the speed, not the weeks). It worked for me and my 268 pounds.
I hope it makes sense.
"Don't feel like running today...suck it up and run ...you're an athlete." (John Stanton, founder & owner of The Running Room)
"The person who starts the race is not the same person who finishes the race."
I agree with this. I know it's hard to slow down, esp if you've read those posts on the big board where experienced runners post about being really slow on a particular run and their pace is more than a full minute or more than my fastest. It's hard not to think about getting faster. I still struggle with that. The key is to run at a conversational pace; if you could talk to someone (short sentences) during your run without a lot of trouble, that's an easy pace and that's what you need when you are basebuilding.
Start back up after the bean is born!My slo-o-o-o-w running is still faster than sitting on the couch! Because I may not go far. I may not go fast. But I go.
The young Mama Bear!
I swear I suck at this! I had such a difficult time tonight. I attribute it to one of these things: had to pee badly, overdressed, and didn't eat a lot today. But I got out there. Again, I'm STILL on week 6.
MTA: I think that I am going to do week 6 over rather than try to do w6d3 over and over.
Roads were made for journeys...
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