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I prefer to walk. Report
All great suggestions - thanks! Report
Great article - thanks for sharing! Report
Fit mind. Fit body. Fit soul. Report
I have a belt that my bib hooks onto, so no need to worry about pins in my shirt or what happens if I take off a layer. It also has a pocket for fuel or phone. Report
Great article. I don't run because of my hip. Report
It is very important to overdress or underdress. Yes, it does say that in the article. I'm pretty sure it should say to NOT. I had to go back and look at that twice. lol Report
Great info! I wear a Road ID on my shoe...the kind with a pocket to hold my key, but I had not considered creating an ICE contact entry on my phone. As soon as I finished the article, I created one. Report
Thansk for the great article. A few of my friends and I are planning to run a 5K in December and these are some great tips. I was sort of wondering what to pack/bring and I'm the kind of person who is always nervous about something til I do it at least once or twice. Report
What a great article, Nancy! This will sure help anyone who is new to races. Report
20-25 minutes warm-up! Ha ha that is funny. I do not know if I would be able to run 48 minutes after that! Report
Yeah to all of us getting rady to run our first 5ks! This was a great article, I saved it also! Good luck everyone! Report
I am definitely saving this article. I am runing my first 5K in October, so I am sure it will come in handy! Report
Thanks for this article. My first 5K is next Sunday and I found the tips very helpful. Report
wonderful article. full of good ideas, I am doing a 5k charity walk in a few weeks and I'm so glad I came across this advice. Jill Report

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