Welcome to the Running Group. I hope that as we start this baby, it will increasingly grow into a fully functional group. Please feel free to leave a message saying hi to others and let us know a little about yourself.
I can't wait to get this up and running, so if there is any specific information you would like to know, please feel free to leave a message, start a topic, etc.
I am kinda new to this site and I am not sure I like the changes they have made here but I am trying to become better at running. I am seriously challenged at it and need to be able to gete my mile and a half time down at least. I have been using the treadmill and eliptical for a little while now and usually do about 25-30 minutes on it. I have not been consistant due to work and other things. Mainly just excuses not to do it! I am just looking for encouragement, advice and whatever else may help. Thanks! Also diet tips if you have any.
Welcoem Raisparsh! Best of luck to you. Have you ran before? What is your level of running experience. Please take a look at all the amazing tools this site has to offer and let us know if you have any questions.
Hello everyone I just join yre group im from michigan,i quit smoking over a year ago and picked up another habit food, ive gain alot of weight that was the easy part know the hard part losing it I gain so quickly but its taking so much out an away from me to lose it I have a 9year old she's the love of my life thats why I quit but now im to tired to play with her,help me please.....ms my life I run everyday but its not workn I guess not fast enough for me, need some encourgagement.
Hello everyone I just join yre group im from michigan,i quit smoking over s year ago and picked up another habit food, ive gain alot of weight that was the easy part know the hard part losing it I gain so quickly but its taking so much out an away from me to lose it I have a 9year old she's the love of my life thats why I quit but now im to tired to play with her,help me please.....ms my life
Hey there, new to the site. Over 40. Started running again a year ago, its been a challenge, but one I haven't failed to meet. Its not as easy as it was when I was younger.
Challenges are eating right combinations to steer off hunger and starvation mode in response to running and resistance training, as well as losing that final 10-15 pounds to lighten the load on my joints. I've come a long way but feel as though I have even longer to go to reach my goals.
Hi! I'm new here, but not new to running. I've been sidelined off and on for the last 18 months with knee problems. They've both been scoped last year, torn meniscus in one and cartilage in the other. I've been back to weight training and some running. Trying to out together a program to get ready for a 12k in May.