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“Slim or Skinny or Athletic or Average Sized People Just Don’t Live in the Same World as Fat People”

Today I talk about writing “I’m a Size 10, But I Will Always Be Plus Sized” and having to hide afterwards. Learn to Run is currently on early bird special for the last program of 2016, so I also talk about the most common questions I get:

  • What level of fitness do I need?
  • Will it work for me if I’m already running 1-3km?
  • Can I do it if I am overweight?
  • Can I do it on the treadmill?
  • What if I fail?

‘What if I fail?’ is a big one, and here was the response from graduates about this fear of failure and how they found the Learn to Run program. And I talk a little bit about stepping away from the construct of success vs failure and the real goal of the Learn to Run program.

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Zoey Dowling

Written by: operationmove

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