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Forum: Training - Nutrition - Injuries
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Topic: Starting all over
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Posted By: mjdemko Posted: Jan 22, 2008 Reply
Hello all

I have started running again after an eight month drought of no exercise at all. It is very difficult to find time to run with my busy schedule but I have really missed running. Today was my second day running and I am looking forward to running in a bunch of 5ks this year again. I ran in my first one 2 years ago and 1 last year. Hopefully I can participate in more then just 1 this year. It has been difficult trying to find time to run but I've been getting up early in the morning and running on the treadmill. I know I'll never be a runner full time because I just don't have the time to train properly and don't have the money to join a gym to work on muscle toning and strength. Any ideas on exercises I can do at home that will improve my over all strength and cut down more on fat in order to perform better in races?


Mike from CT