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Bye Bye Week 5!!

Oh yeah baby. The dreaded week 5, day 3 run is OVER!! It wasn't pretty. It wasn't much fun and I did walk a few times (but only for a few seconds each time and I added time at the end). But dang son, it's over!! I did it last night. I ran on my new fav trail. And I nailed the uphill :)

On a less positive note, I have plantar fasciitis. Bummer. I'm not and I mean NOT going to let it slow me down!! I am completing this Couch to 5K program. And then, I'm still going to run. I love it!

Thanks for all of the support and inspiration you wonderful bloggy peeps!!

Peace.

Trish

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  1. Nice job! Doesn't it feel so good when you are done!! Makes it worth it to get out there :) Love the smile too!

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  2. Woohooooo!!! Awesome!!! Great job!!
    FWIW I had to walk for 1 min during my w5d3, but rocked the next runs and haven't had to walk since!

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  3. You are AMAZING woman! Run like the wind :)-

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  4. Way to go! It doesn't matter that you walked a little either, you finished, good job!!!

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  5. Awesome run! I still remember when I could barely run 5 minutes straight (just last year!) You can do it! Make sure you are icing and stretching your feet. You'll be back to 100% soon!

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  6. ok I saw your comment that you couldn't wear a running skrit and you are so wrong! I am a sweaty messy runner and I wear them!!

    sorry to hear about the foot, hope it gets to feeling better soon

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  7. Great job! Hope your foot feels better soon!

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  8. Great work! Way to nail the hill portion of the run! Hills are so hard for me! They will make us stronger and faster...right?

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  9. Great job on finishing up week 5! Thanks for entering my giveaway!

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  10. Congrats on completing 5 weeks - way to go!

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