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5 Lessons from Kids About Running | Salty Running

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5 Lessons from Kids About Running – Salty Running

Still no interwebs at the house.  Looks like it’s going to be a couple of weeks.  Changed the password to my blog on my phone, but it didn’t sync to my  laptop OS & I couldn’t find out where it was hidden on my phone’s OS.  Finally figured it out today.  Brains!  They’re not just for zombie snacks.  So here I am with a very quick share for running week.

Have not been exercising because I’ve been in OMGChange mode, plus lazy, plus it has stormed all week so I haven’t gotten outside.  I need to get out & stalk a new running/walking area this weekend because I do still intend to start C25K on Monday.  I found the gym here, but then remembered I left my gym key with my dad because he’s working on my car.  I could go during office hours, but from their fb page the new manager seems all grrgrr gymgym weightsweights don’t be a big fat loser person so I’m just going to hide out until I get my key.  I’m pretty sure moving has to count for something as exercise.

From Lemongrass (which I’m allergic to btw) at Salty Running, five things she’s learned/remembered about running from her kids.

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Author: despitemyself

A person in flux.

One thought on “5 Lessons from Kids About Running | Salty Running

  1. I’m falling behind schedule too – took 5 d off C25K bcz ankles were feeling wonky, but just finished Day 3/Wk 2 tonight at a slightly slower pace (hell if I went any slower I’d being going BACKWARDS 😉
    That puts me at 10 mi for mon of Oct.

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