Do a slow jog, you have to pace yourself.

And its like death, until you get past that push point where your endurance kicks in. Its there, its just over the hump of 'i can't do this anymore.'

If you run 30 seconds, and you want to stop, say 'i can do 30 more seconds.' Then say, 'i can do just one more minute ' then after that minute say 'i can do one more minute.' And keep giving yourself mini goals.

I've always been the type of person who only runs of I'm being chased - so it can be done.

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Originally Posted by iroc
hehe You said hump.

Ok, back to the serious: I'm the same way so thank you for sharing your method. I'm definitely going to give it a go and make a goal to work my way up!

kookycurl - Awesome!! My DH did the P90X a couple years ago and I could hear him working out in the other room jumping and doing all sorts of crazy stuff. He still uses the ab ripper (I think that's what it's called) during his workouts but hasn't done all the other stuff in quite a while. I watched some of the videos and they're intense! Keep up the good work and glad you're joining us!

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