Today I did not know where to do after the big mistake I did on Wednesday. I felt I had done W5D1 and I had did more than 2 8 minute run, but I decided to do Week5D2 and see what happened. I also wanted to see how fast I jog. I started into my jog at a half mile mark. When I hit the half mile I was at 6 minutes and 30 seconds. I not sure what that means but at least I have a bench mark for another time when I am trying to work on speed--which I am not right now. After 8 minutes I was so glad to walk. I walked 4 min. and then jogged another 8. There was very little shade and it was hot. I started later than usual so I told myself I had finished the day and it was ok to quit. But I kept jogging for 3 reasons: I saw some shade ahead, I was jogging down hill and I was headed home. I jogged for 2 more minutes.
On Monday I am to jog for 20 minutes straight. Wow! I hope I am ready for that. I am glad I have a 2 day recovery and I am going to get out much earlier so it is cooler.
Hello! I am back. I did try to come back to the forum before this, but it had some sort of error going on. I see that no one has posted on this since August 26th, and considering dreamcatcher was discussing week 5, I assume the error must have happened for everyone?
I just updated my blog. I am restarting the program. I'm hoping not to have to really repeat everything, as I explain there. I missed you guys. After the biopsy, I was in pain, then there was a heat wave and....
I'm healthy now, but not exercising reguarly, though I've been walking here and there.
Missed you all. I don't know how many of you are still out there, but I hope you all finished the program and if not, maybe we can try again together?
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"No discipline seems enjoyable at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it yields the fruit of peace and righteousness to those who have been trained by it. Therefore strengthen your tired hands and weakened knees, and make straight paths for your feet, so that what is lame may not be dislocated,but healed instead." -Hebrews 12:11-13