A Manual For Learning to Run Coming Soon!

imageThank you all who participating in the Running Questionnaire!

For those who haven’t responded to the questionnaire, I only ask you to answer this one question.

Here is the link

I really need help in knowing what questions you need answered about running – so I don’t miss anything for you in my awaited Running Manual.

This manual will inform you about running and run/walking.

The manual will transform your running and walking by providing you with programs, plans, goals and ideas on making your life more active!

I am collaborating all my past information and merging it with new, squeaky clean information that I’ve gathered over the years from my experience teaching, coaching and researching.

Stay focused, consistent, and goal oriented!

Use this manual to keep you motivated!
You will learn how to become conscious of your exercise limits and stay injury free no matter how old you are. There will even be a special section for us older folks who love to stay active, with tips on how to prevent over training and stress.

This manual will have you enjoying your exercise time!

From learning new techniques for daily runs and run/walks, to building a good core. You’ll be learning proper posture and nutrition for fueling and replenishing your body. And when your ready to go, you’ll have information on how to find the right running shoes and more!

You’ll run Feeling Invigorated, Happy and Challenged, while still feeling energized to the Days end!
… Well most days 🙂 …
Learning how to slowly build your mileage and knowing what to do each week to see accomplishments.

A Tired Body is an Inefficient Body for Exercise

If you’re running too much you will never being able to see your potential because your body is too tired!
A tired body’s metabolism slows down to compensate and calories don’t burn efficiently. The result is you’ll feel tired, slow and bloated.
So to see accomplishments, you’ll understand from this manual when things in your program need to change.

You will love how this Manual changes your way of thinking!

From the negative voice that tells you, “You are too old to run!” to the positive voice that says “I can do anything!”

Your life and learning running will change to heights you never thought!
I’ll also be adding training advice for races to make you run faster, run longer and have you just down right —- enjoying your runs.

You will feel transformed with this manual and understand, “You Are A Runner!”

You’ll become seasoned by staying consistent, positive and on track (no pun intended) — While completing your goals and watching the amazing changes in your physical life!

I’m 50 years old!
I have been running for 35 years and love running every step of the way…

I do have bad days, but they are easy to forget. The good days out number the bad days by thousands of thousands of miles!
Stay tuned!
Gilly
Here is the link to answer the ONE question 🙂
Thank you again!
Click on the highlighted link that says Questionnaire 🙂
Questionnaire

Thanks and best regards,
Gilly

 

12 Comments

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    I do not run but I enjoy walking. I am looking forward to your manual as I am sure your advice can be used for anyone that exercises and wants to feel the full benefits of it.

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      Thanks Meryl and I also know you are a great walker and yes you will enjoy a lot of what’s in this manual 🙂

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    I thought of you last night while I was watching the Phoenix Mercury play the Chicago Sky (Women’s Basketball Finals). One of our players, Brittney Griner, was elbowed in the eye and landed on the floor. Diana Taurasi, the star of the team, was asked by an interviewer what she said to Brittney when she was on the floor. The answer made me think of you. She said, “Get Up.”

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      Lol Tina 🙂 I’m glad I have that affect, he he Now… “Off for your walk Tina and stand tall” LOL 😀

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    What a neat idea! I love when experts share their knowledge that can help others in their pursuit for the same thing. Good luck!

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      Thank you Veronica! I also remember you are a runner and hope you enjoy manual when It is released 🙂

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    Very happy to have been able to contribute to your new manual by answering the questions for you Gilly. I know how much love and passion you are putting into it and as a non-runner, I can only imagine the benefits for all those who are as passionate about running as you are. Congrats and look forward to hearing more about your new project once it is birthed to the world.

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      Thank you Beverley, I know you too are a consistent walker and enjoy it every day! I can’t wait to get this manual done and in the rights hands. There will be parts in the book about walking too!

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    I don’t run and admire your passion and how you inspire and teach .

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      Thank you Roz, coming from you this means a lot 🙂

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    Lynn great stuff, thank you! Start with some walking first to get going again and then you’ll eventually want to step it up to a run!:)

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    Alexandra I know you are a consistent walker with you fur kids and run a bit too! Excellent job! Can’t wait for all of you to enjoy manual 🙂

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