Until Nike changes their page, I can't run this thing. It's been great seeing your progress. Make running a priority and great things will follow. I thought about it yesterday when I went to the gym and looked at myself in the mirror - half an hour of running 3 times a week (on average) has changed my body making it tighter stronger leaner.
And that's not even why I run! I run because for 24 hours post running I feel so good. Sometimes, most times, it even feels good during the actual run.
If you're there, you know what I mean, if not you'll get there, if you just keep on running.
I'm not a doctor or even a professional athlete. I'm just a working mother of 3 who found myself a runner and am still in shock. This is just about cheering for healthy people who want to start running but lack motivation. If you have any medical concerns or worries, see a pro.