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Posted: 2/17/2006 2:33:19 AM EDT
After a couple of years off from the Marine Corps I joined the National Guard.

I went running about two hours ago, intending to do 2 miles for time.

I don't know if it was cold air or what, but I made it about half a mile then started having some serious pain breathing. I decided to cut my run short and ran back to the house.

Anybody have any tips on getting the lungs conditioned to running again?
Link Posted: 2/17/2006 6:17:38 AM EDT

Originally Posted By joker581:
After a couple of years off from the Marine Corps I joined the National Guard.

I went running about two hours ago, intending to do 2 miles for time.

I don't know if it was cold air or what, but I made it about half a mile then started having some serious pain breathing. I decided to cut my run short and ran back to the house.

Anybody have any tips on getting the lungs conditioned to running again?



By running, of course.
Link Posted: 2/17/2006 6:52:46 AM EDT
Pain is weakness leaving the body Semper Fi Bro I wish I went in the guard after 911 but now Im too old and my body is paying for all the damage I done to it when I was a young Marine. Just go a little bit at a time and build yourself back up to it .
Link Posted: 2/17/2006 7:47:41 AM EDT
I posted a thread a few days ago in the fitness forum because I'm not very good friends with running either. Check it out, some good tips people gave.
Link Posted: 2/17/2006 8:07:34 AM EDT
Just keep on running.
Army PFT training schedule

Good link - follow the running schedule.
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