Do You Run/Walk?

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  1. I am a huge fan of Jeff Galloway and qualified to run the Boston Marathon last year using a 4/1 interval during my BQ attempt. I was fortunate to run the Princess Half 2014 with Jeff and his lovely wife Barbara at a leisurely pace after racing the Enchanted 10k the day before. His run walk run method has turned so many people onto running and he such a nice guy too!

  2. DIStherapy says:

    I’m so glad you found your path to success Katie and I’m not surprised it was through Jeff’s program! I’ve told him many times, that his run-walk-run validates what I’ve been telling patients since the 1970s; cumulative soft tissue forces breed injury. Jeff has been ahead of science since the ’70s!! runDisney simply could NOT have chosen a better ambassador. Happy mileage, Didi

  3. Staying injury free is so important. I know so many people that follow the run/walk method.

  4. jill conyers says:

    I’ve heard wonderful things about JG’s program. It’s all about finding what works for you.

    Thanks for linking up with Fitness Friday and have a wonderful weekend!

  5. Kelli says:

    Glad you found a method that works for you and keeps ITBS at bay. I struggled with ITBS when I was building for my first marathon and it was not fun. I cross train on the bike a lot and in long races or in triathlon I’ve adopted the “walk the water stations” approach to work my muscles differently and I always feel rejuvenated after those walk intervals.

  6. As a matter of fact, to get back into the game and after an injury last year, I used walk/running. It is a great help. Love JG programs.

  7. Betty says:

    I discovered I love to walk.

  1. July 26, 2015

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