Couch to 5K and One Hour Runners

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My Little Pony hair.

    This morning I finished the c25k! 

     

    Totals:

    Miles:  98.3

    Time:  32:08.21

    Start-finish:  Feb. 23, 2009 - Aug. 6, 2009 or 5 months, 14 days, or 154 days.

     

    Now on to the one hour runner program for my treadmill runs!

    2011 Goals:

    • lose more weight
    • run 1000k
    • be more confident in my running abilities

    Begin at the beginning and go on till you come to the end: then stop. | my running blog | upcoming races

        Hey, BRAVO, onomato!    Wow!   Good for you.  We will now follow your progress on the One Hour Forum.  I am going to read up on that this week, and get situated to possibly start that in a couple of weeks.
        Good for you!!!! 
        2009 Goals:
        PR 5K (Ha, current 43:10)
        Run a 10K
        Meet Seasonal Weight Loss Challenges
        Complete my first Sprint Tri


        Baby bean!

          Yeah Crystal!!!!  I am SO happy for you!!!

          Goals:
          Finish C25K

          I'm slower than a herd of turtles stampeding through peanut butter, but I run.

            Congrats!  Stike though "finish c25k" on your list of goals for 2009 in your signature, you kicked that one in the butt!  Smile

              Congrats!

               

              I put you on our graduate list and took you off the C25K graph.  Let me know when/if you want to be on the OHR graph. Smile

              Roads were made for journeys...


              My Little Pony hair.

                Congrats!

                 

                I put you on our graduate list and took you off the C25K graph.  Let me know when/if you want to be on the OHR graph. Smile

                 Oh definitely put me on the OHR list.  If I don't have a program to follow I'll stop, and I don't want to Smile

                2011 Goals:

                • lose more weight
                • run 1000k
                • be more confident in my running abilities

                Begin at the beginning and go on till you come to the end: then stop. | my running blog | upcoming races

                  You got it!

                  Roads were made for journeys...