1. What Week/Day are you on?
2. How do you feel?
3. Have you had to repeat a week or day?
4. Did you add time or remove time from one of your runs?
5. Do you notice something different about yourself yet?
Here is the link to the One Hour Runner training program (Be sure to scroll
down until you see "Becoming a One Hour Runner"):
Week 3 day 2 is now done. I hope someone wants to join me. Its harder than I thought with no one else on the same plan.
I was thinking about doing this and planned to do it over the winter, then start a 10K training plan around now... I'm doing my first 10K in April. I'm still interested in doing this and I wonder if I should do this instead. Training for certain events gets me so confused.
Sorry I didn't mean to dessert you. I struggled last week and never completed a full 30 minutes. I will start a new thread for March.
Since I felt alone I joined up with the fleetfoot chicas OHR you should too. They are a great group, active and supportive.
Thanks for letting me know....I'll go check them out!
W2D2 down for me. I am enjoying the running and had a second wind today at the 30 minute mark...but I was running downhill so I think that had something to do with it.
I can't wait to until the minutes start increasing again. I think thats why I liked C25K so much cause you see the time spent running going up.
I now have a firm goal in place to do the Auckland half marathon at the beginning of November.
On another note, I think I may have hooked a workmate into running as well. She has is on week 2 of C25K and enjoying it.
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