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A group for all those people in their Forties who are trying to fight the bulge and age to stay fit
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The rain and flood has gone . Now its time to catch up and make some ground on you guys
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Hello everybody, very representative tittle re my case.
AKI apologies for not respondimg I missed your reply. I am about 160 miles along the trail, the path flows about 90 mikes of the Dyke itself. I have 3 more days, and am looking forward.to completing it is rough
Rough? I meant tough.. I am on a mobile phone somewhere in deepest Wales :)
It doesn't matter, Johnny. Thx for reply! I think you did the last few miles at least. Hope, the weather wasn't "to British" ;-) (Germans always thinking, it is raining 340 days a year over the whole country....) A great challenge - and you made it. CONGRATULATION!!!
hello to all those 40 , good to see that age does't slow you guys down.
No, it does not. Welcome mate.
Your not a 72 year old cop are you? LOL
not likely scottman, but after this mornings run that's pretty much how i feel.
lol. I know sometimes I feel a bit fatigued as well. Thats the best time to stop early and have a break.
Just starting out again for something like the 10th time in the last ten years to get myself fit, closer to the levels I was when I was a teen, doing 2 hours a day. Someone said to something about hitting 40 syndrome :-)
Keep moving :-) and enjoy the time!!!
Hello all, 3 weeks into my training with my Quest...feeling pretty good. Aiming to crack 25m for 5km in the next few weeks - no idea how realistic that is, but it's a goal! My usual 5km course is around the Imperial Palace in Tokyo - pretty cool, with lots of dedicated runners.
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