- 7 years ago
- Wedding: October 2010
Wow. Just wow.
Wow. Just wow.
Someone please move this to “babies” for me. Thanks!
I read about that earlier today. i think it is crazy. Just my opinion, but it just seems way too risky to me. From what I understand, some women are allowed to run during pregnancy, but 13 miles of running/jogging plus walking the other 13 miles? Seems like WAY too much for a pregnant woman. I don’t get it.
That seems… excessive.
Wow, this is crazy!!! I was hoping to see her running int he video footage. I couldn’t even run a marathon now!!
Wow have to give her props. I mean there was no way I could have done that at 38weeks.
I wouldn’t feel that I should personally but her doctor cleared her and the baby was healthy so no harm no foul I suppose.
Doesn’t that make you wonder if all that running is what sent her into labor? It seems like her doctors ok’ed it; I’m just amazed she had the strength and energy to do that at 38+ weeks!
This is amazing/crazy to me. I read before about how Kara Goucher (pro-runner) ran 5 miles the morning she gave birth and I thought THAT was insane. A marathon is just…..wow.
I don’t know how she had the energy to actually give birth at that point. Crazy.
Wow! That is amazing and crazy! Obviously her doctor cleared her and the baby was perfectly fine but I can’t imagine even wanting to run that far when that pregnant!
That is really crazy!!!!! That is a dedication to a marathon =)
wow… thats something else..
That is totally crazy. I thought I would be one of those women who would run throughout my pregnancy… or at least the early part. In the end I quit running at 5 weeks when the morning sickness and dizziness really kicked in. 13 miles of running at 38 weeks. Just wow.
Wow! No way I would have wanted to do that but sounds like she was feeling good. A marathon and then give birth, that’s the most intense day.
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