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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

I'm just back from my 10K run. I decided to run 10K every day this week, and rest during the weekend, and see what happens.

The effort I have to do feels similar to end of April, when I decided to do exercise, and run 3K each day, no matter what.

There was so much resistance to pull myself together to finally get out there, but once I moved, it was just going. After 6-7K, it became so easy and effortless, I could continue for very long.

I managed to stay in my calorie range, mainly because I bought a lot of fruits on the way home:
- 1 kg plum
- 1 kg peach
- 2x 500g strawberries
- 0.5 kg melon
- dried grapes for snacks

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  • TBID227
    What a beautiful picture! And love all that healthy fruit! It is nice to know that all your hard work is paying off and that your fitness level has raised so much since you began! Congrats on being able to do all that running!
    3278 days ago
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    That's AMAZING. I keep meaning to start the Couch to 5k (C25K) program, but I just ... don't. THIS WEEKEND I WILL START! You've inspired me, and I want to be a cool runner like you, haha. =)
    3278 days ago
    Wow. That's a lot of running. emoticon

    great job!
    3279 days ago
    Great picture! Sounds like you're ready for your weekly rest.
    3279 days ago
    Thanks for the inspiration! emoticon emoticon
    3279 days ago
    Someday we can run a virtual 10K at the same time, that would be fun! I, however, am still only running 5K 4x a week. Although I walk 5K 6 days a week now.

    By the way, I still love my Nike/Apple running gizmo but I'm having trouble utilizing the download portion of it with their website.
    3280 days ago
    Awesome!!! You are an inspiration with your love for running!
    3280 days ago
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