ok… alright…

July 17, 2009

i went on another run yesterday. it probably wasn’t the best idea for my breathing because it was REALLY humid, but guess what? i was able to run (pretty easily) one block further than yesterday. and when i stopped, i didn’t feel suicidal OR nauseas!

ok… maybe i felt a little bit nauseas… but i was completely positive that i wasn’t going to thrown up, and i can;t say the same for my first running excurision.

my muscles really ached when i was first getting going, but they stopped when i started getting into it. unfortunately, that’s when i began not being able to breathe (damn you, asthma!) but that’s a start, isn’t it?

AND i was really excited because the running brought me down, once again, to 1000 cal flat. yay!

i think i’m going to have another rest day today to take it slow, and then run tomorrow. hopefully it begins to feel a lot better. 🙂

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2 Responses to “ok… alright…”

  1. LornaJane said

    I would get a digital watch. I would run at your pace x 2 mins, walk 1 min, run 1 min, walk 2 mins, run 1 min, walk 1 min, go as fast as you can for a minute, then walk it out for as long as you need until your breathing slows – good time to walk home. Keep doing this until you have it down. It is about 10 mins and the interval training will build your lungs, your body and you will notice your body changing in response. It is also a good one to do at the track….. there are lots of variations on this but pick something like I wrote above to start. Don’t go out there and kill yourself in a run that is too much on the body. Build the body from the inside out. Soon, you will goto 11 mins, 12 mins, 15 mins. no problema.

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