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Just don't think, just do. Someone heavier than you is out there running right now. Work though the pain that comes along and when you hit that wall imagine there are beautiful flowers growing up the wall then climb over the wall and take a deep breath and keep on going. Its the best high you will every have.

Member Since: 3/7/2009

Fitness Minutes: 976

My Goals:
My life goal:
keep on watching my health
exercising everyday
run a 10k and than half mar
Find my passion

7 day meal plan ( so I stay on track )
EAT 2 Veggie and 2 Fruits everyday ( I have a hard time doing that ) My name is Laurie and I am a carbaholic .
Exercise everyday
Talk to people (real people)
Do something different once a week

Set Mini goals
Compliment a stranger.
Do something girly for myself.

My Program:
One day on, 30 days off.

Personal Information:
I am 49 years young and never thought I had it in me to run a 5k, but out of the blue I am a runner, and love it.
I have been married for 24 yrs. to a man who has loved me though good and bad.
I have 3 children that I love very much.

Other Information:
1. Plantar fasciitis

Feels like: Tenderness on your heel or bottom of foot

What it is: The plantar fascia is the band of tissue that runs from your heel bone to the ball of your foot. When this dual-purpose shock absorber and arch support is strained, small tears develop and the tissue stiffens as a protective response, causing foot pain.

Walkers can overwork the area when pounding the pavement, especially when you wear hard shoes on concrete, because there's very little give as the foot lands.

You know you have plantar fasciitis if you feel pain in your heel or arch first thing in the morning, because the fascia stiffens during the night. If the problem is left untreated, it can cause a buildup of calcium, which may create a painful, bony growth around the heel known as a heel spur.

What to do about it: At the first sign of stiffness in the bottom of your foot, loosen up the tissue by doing this stretch: Sit with ankle of injured foot acros

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