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Megan Coleman




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Hi, my names Megan.
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omfg_megan asked:

20 Sep 2009

will running 2 miles a day keep u fit?

i dont hve anything to write here its all in thequestion haha



crazy_izzi says:

Posted on 20 Sep 2009

ok i am not gona lie

i have a C in sports so this is dificuld

i would just worm up in the morning run a round of ur house of stuff like that do other worming up stuff

hehe sorry i suck in sports


unefille says:

Posted on 20 Sep 2009

Yes, of course. I would suggest that you start at half a mile and work your way up. You might even have to start at 1/4 of a mile depending on how fit you are. Don't forget to stay hydrated (:


_morgan4 says:

Posted on 20 Sep 2009

yes, but take a day or two off of running a week so your body can rest up. also, start off at a small distance and once your body gets accostumed to that distance, go a little farther and so on...


myradiosayslala says:

Posted on 20 Sep 2009

yes definately :)

i agree with unefille , i would work your way up and start with one mile or half a mile

and like morgan4 said, dont run every day , maybe two or three times a week

and make sure you stretch before and after running


ctl888 says:

Posted on 20 Sep 2009

Don't try this all at once, make sure you build your body up to the distance. Also do not over work your body or you can tear muscles, tendons, and stress your joints. Make sure you have proper running shoes and support. Try to take a day off in between so your body has time to repair itself .


barbipixi says:

Posted on 20 Sep 2009

i would do a nice steady jog and bring a bottle of water that maybe can be carried in a pouch or something. stay hydrated


glamorus_miranda says:

Posted on 21 Sep 2009

yes def will!!!! like everyone else is yourself up to 2 miles just dont start off doing the 2 miles at once.


ctl888 says:

Posted on 20 Sep 2009

I forgot to add, make sure your stretch tons before and after you do your runs.. this will help you build muscle and make you more flexible and limber. I remember doing this process when running track for highschool. ( I was never a long distance runner, but I know our warm-ups were a 2 mile sprint/jog. ... it was rather difficult at first..

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