Consider yourself kicked in the junk instead. Come on, slacker! Sign up for a race. That should help.
Wow! Who knew NOT running can be so hazardous to your health? You're freely volunteering to have someone inflict bodily harm onto you? Seriously? Wow!I'm convinced to get out the door in order to escape the stampede of people coming your way? Are you?
Then after Xenia is done, I'll twist them around as well. How about that?
My understanding - according to marathon rules - is that if you don't run for even one more day after today, you can no longer consider yourself a marathoner. And you'd have to do it all over again. I'll check back in a day and tell you where to return your RnR medal. Unless I see a post about a run...
LOL...get out there now or you'll start running like a girl. Oh wait, that might be a good thing!
You don't have a prayer of finishing your half marathon in under 2 hours. No chance. And I've done 2 half marathons in under 2 hours.How's that for motivation?
I just lurk on your blog and I hardly even know thee, but I'll slap you around.Let's go, Oprah!You count a run to the store as running? Is there a place for that on your log? There's no excuse for not running. Runners are doing marathons in Antarctica, so it's not too cold. Runners are doing runs in the heat of Africa, so it's not to hot. Oh, my bad that's right...they're runners!There, I hope that helps.Now, "H-U-R-R-Y UP!" (-in drill sergeant voice)
Don't run. Turn this site into a knitting blog and call yourself Razzette.
This from an almost 50 year old lil ole lady that almost beat you in my very first marathon and I'm already training for a 50k. Get off your butt already!
Seriously, you need to sign up for the State Farm 10M and do it. Then we can bloggy meet... and I can kick your ass because you were too lazy to run in February. :o)
Blam!There you go...A size 15 kick right in the A$$.
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