I'm slower than a herd of turtles stampeding through peanut butter, but I run.
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You Are Beautiful.
GOALS:c25k ✓5k ✓ 12k ✓ HM ✓ It does not matter how slowly you go, so long as you do not stop. Confucius Be patient and tough, some day this pain will be useful to you. Ovid
I don't stop when I'm tired, I stop when I'm done.
Something that is helping me complete my runs is that I don't have to time each run (because I'm using an Ipod Touch program) so I have no idea who long I'm running. Now that I looked at the program and know I'll be running 8 minutes during one of the runs on my next session, I'm looking forward to reaching another goal. I know I can do this.
21.1k, 20/07/2013, MEC Race Series Calgary #4/5 2:24:29
15k, 4/05/2013, MEC Race Series Calgary #3 1:40:43
10k, 13/04/2013, MEC Race Series Calgary #2 1:08:44
10k, 23/09/2012, Rock the House 1:04:27(gun), 1:03:48(chip)
10k, 27/05/2012 1:08:57
11.34 k, 22/10/2011 1:16:52
Started C25K 5 February 2009; SportCheck Mother's Day 5k- 37:13
Wow, did I disappoint myself today. I'm on W5D2 and I couldn't complete the 5 minute run. I did so well on my last run that I expected this to be a breeze. Was it the rain? The stitch in my side? The fact that I didn't give my body enough time to recover from the last run? The fact that I'm NOT 20 years old any more? My shins are kinda sore. I came home and soaked in epsom salts. What a sissy.
I can see I may need to repeat each of the weeks until I'm done. But if that's what it takes, I'm going to do it. I WILL run a 5k.
Wow, did I disappoint myself today. I'm on W5D2 and I couldn't complete the 5 minute run.
I've been on week 9 for what seems like forever and now I'm just trying to decide when I'm done. Is it when I can run 30 min straight- which I can do. Or when I can run a 5k in 30 min- which I don't think I'll be able to do for a while yet?
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