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violette2010-05-02 10:45:56 +0000 #1
Well, I'm doing a lot better at running. I have Exercised Induced Asthma, last summer I was just gasping for air when running and I just thought I was not a good runner. Read some of your posts and realized what was wrong. My doctor confirmed it, gave me a puffer and it did nothing. I was still strugling. Then she gave me another type of puffer, well, what a difference. I can go longer and harder! I am so excited.

Does water make a big difference. I noticed that If I don't get my 3 bottles of water before going for a run, I don't do as well. Is this all in my head??
kaybee2010-05-02 10:55:16 +0000 #2
Glad to hear you're doing better! The water intake thing definitely is not in your head -- if you are dehydrated you will not run as well. Keep up the good work!

KB
Bikingmomof32010-05-02 11:15:17 +0000 #3
I am pleased to hear you are feeling better. Hydration, at least for me, is extremely important on how well I run. Stay hydrated.

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