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  • Rahul Khaitan

    1 year ago


    it feels so nice to know that you are not alone

  • RebootingBeth

    1 year ago


    Hey guys. I am planning to begin a Couch to 5K training programme. I am over 100 pounds overweight so it may take me more than the 9 weeks that the programme is set for, but I don't mind.

  • lauretta

    1 year ago

    Let us know how you are getting on and well done.

  • Becky

    1 year ago

    Great job, Beth! I'm on week 7 of C25K.

  • Doctorvlaw

    1 year ago


    Hi guys!! Im running a ten-miler in two weeks!! I'm trying to juice until then (May *). Wish me luck!!

  • SDhandler

    1 year ago


    Good evening folks! Walked another half marathon again. Came out 4hrs. 19min. Shaved off 16 minutes. Eventually you runners will have to share your victories and how you came back to running due to juicing!



    Have a great day folks!

  • SDhandler

    1 year ago


    Evening Folks! Finally had a break in weather to do the half marathon walk (13.1 miles) It took 4hrs 35 minutes, 13.6 miles, 2,243 calories burned. Last time I did a half marathon I was running it back 19 years ago. Then got home and checked scale. I am down 4 bowling balls (60#). This was a good day.



    I hope everyone has a fantastic week! Post those success. Motivate!

  • Bianca

    1 year ago


    Hello my 3rd reboot and I am trying to keep up with my running but I am using the excuse of being tired to not completing my runs or the gym. I know your suppose to go easy the first few days but I'm on day 20. I use to run tons of miles and now I have gotten so lazy that I can barely get through 3 miles.

  • SDhandler2

    1 year ago


    Good morning Group! Tomorrow I finally do my 1/2 marathon walk. Yep walk. Few decades ago I was a Marathon runner, and life happened. Been working here at the site learning new methods to loose weight and have lost close to sixty pounds. The first month was just breaking though waddling to walking. I have worked myself up to 2-4.5 mile walks per day. I have incorporated some jog spurts in my daily routine, but knees and hip muscles are not quite ready to handle sustained jogging. Sons are going to be on bikes tomorrow to follow my path and hand out water as needed.



    I like to hear from others in the group that have come back from being sedentary to running and moved from walking in to Jogging, what they did, what helped.



    Have a great day folks!

  • maryanne.cullen.1

    1 year ago


    Excited I am on the website:http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/maryanne-weight-loss-success-story/

  • Kristen

    1 year ago

    Way to go!! Congratulations on your hard work paying off! Thank you for sharing. I am about to begin running again and I am doing a reboot currently. I'm looking forward to getting back in the habit. Thank you for your inspiration!

  • Yeager

    2 years ago

    Yeager


    1 hour ago




    Ragnar



    Have any of you run in a Ragnar? I watched Fat to Finish yesterday. I was curious about what it takes to get on a team and any training tips you might be able to pass along,





    CU@Healthy!



    Rick


  • Geek_Runner

    1 year ago

    Rick,

    It looks pretty straight forward. This site (under the "Find a Road Relay" or "Find a Trail Relay") https://www.runragnar.com/ragnar). You just need a team (12 mates) and then you sign up. A Reboot Ragnar would be very cool. If you decide on doing an east coast (USA) one, I'd definitely be interested in running it. (You just need 10 more). BTW: Each leg is 3-13 miles and each participant runs up to threeish legs, but it looks like the average Ragnar teammate does about 17 miles over the course of the two day event.

    Juice On!

    Brian

  • Jimbo

    1 year ago

    I just did the Southern California Ragnar back in April. The leader has to be very organized as these things can be tough logistically. Renting 2 vans, finding a place to stay for the team, expensive entry fee, food (er I mean juice), etc. make for a challenge. However, if you can get past that, it is a load of fun with a lot of comradely. The number of times an individual runs is only three with legs of 4 to 12 miles.... not all that much for a 200 mile relay. I'm sure glad I did mine........ Hmmmm a Reboot team?

  • maryanne.cullen.1

    2 years ago


    http://maryanneonthego.blogspot.com/

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