34 years old, and just ran 2 miles in 15 minutes. Feeling like I'm going to throw up now.
Beat me, you big bunch of wussies.
A year ago, 15 years old and ran 1 mile in 13 minutes. Took four days to recover. I challenge anyone to be worse than that (while still having ran the mile)!
68 years old and run 2 miles almost every week. Best time this year 15 min 34 sec.
Wow you're in better shape than I am (and I'm 23)! LOL.
I'm 31 and I can't even run 200 metres.
my neither. but i can watch someone and wonder why.
Hmm it takes me about 13 mins to walk a mile and a quarter. Never timed myself running though.
I run every day! I was in the army for six years, so it's a routine for me! I can run 5 miles on a good day! I usually don't measure my runs though. I usually just run and run and run then run back and that's that!
Believe it or not if you've been running your whole life then it's not that big of a deal to run 2, 3 or even 5 miles on a single run! It's good for our health and keeps us young and in shape!!!
Running might not be the best thing for you. My brother ran 5 miles everyday and by the time he was in his 40's had to have knee surgery because of it.
Oh ....oh .... I have come to the wrong thread. Any eating challenges out there..here I come. :-)
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