>Look What I Can Do!>Whew! I feel great!
My one problem, is even though I have been running for a couple months, I still have a bit of trouble with my lungs. I get quite winded with every run. I know the pace I'm taking isn't too fast for me cause I don't feel any pain really, but I can still never pass the talk test comfortably. So what excersizes and such would you suggest to help with that?
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lol ok, so I'm quite a novice runner (I've been running for about 2 months) so this is quiet a breakthrough for me lol
I just finished a nice 5K jog, timing myself to see how I was doing, and I ended up with 19:42 for 5K. That is much better than my average 21:00! lol About a month and a half ago, I was at 27:00 for 5K lol, and felt strained after each run, lol but I feel AMAZING now after that. lol. It makes my pace about 6:34/mile, and for a 189 lb 17 yr old, that doesn't seem too bad to me! lol
I get quite winded with every run. So what excersizes and such would you suggest to help with that?
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