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Greetings.

Have just been for my first run after an 18yr gap. I live in Luton and hope to be able to get through the initial pain barrier to continue to run and enjoy it like I used to when younger. The shortest track distance I ran was 1500 metres and I was always off on cross country runs. Now, alas, I have become a slob and have a gut like a cottage loaf. I am determined to shift it and get fit before I reach the dreaded 40 when it all starts to
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Im off for my second run tomorrow so watch this space!
 

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I suspect Stellap is at a similar point in her life I have reached and it has already sagged.

We are a bit behind you Trinity and figure if we don't sort it out now then we will end up stuck with the sag.

Great start Stellap. Don't be tempted to overdo it at this early stage.
 

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I wasnt talking generally, it was pertaining to me and the way my other family members have gone one they reached 40! I cant turn into my mother, it cannot be allowed to happen. Yes, im taking it very easy, off out again tomorrow but my lower legs are rather sore.
 
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