C25k up to 10k... week 5 ... go!!!

Welcome everybody to the fifth week of C25K up to 10.

How are you all getting on? After this week only 1 week left... well done everybody for sticking to this or whatever programme you are following. You are doing so well!!!

Just to re- iterate - The programme will last for 6 weeks, and on week 6 you will finish with a 10k run... hooray!!! There will be a certificate at the end that you can print off and Keep.

So this weeks runs:

4k or you could swop this for the speed podcast or intervals.

5k

9k

This week think about how to chunk up your run as they start to get longer...

google.co.uk/amp/www.runner...

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Good luck everyone and lets support one another here....

Juju

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  • Thanks for this Ju-Ju. I looked at the link and by chance am chunking my runs as per the last suggestion, I prefer to run alone. I have taken to running a neighbouring Parkrun 2.5k lovely green, lakeside/ wood trail loop for my long runs. A drive away but totally worth it!

    It's a safe place, loos if needed, can park near the trail so extra /fewer layers etc as I pass the car if needed. I also ran one loop the opposite way round last week for a change. So my 10k plan is one full loop, turn and run other way round the loop (5k), and repeat!

    So close now, just need to get the fueling right!

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  • Woo hoo that sounds fab to me... and I have got the vid working now!!!!

  • I totally missed last week on doctors advise for my jarred back. Just reducing the antiinflammatories at the moment after 10 days. So I shall have to see if running is feasible this week. If so do I do this week or back to last week?

  • Because you have completed 10k before, and quite recently, if I were you I would aim for this week's runs and see how you go! Good luck

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  • I will try a route for the longer run and cut short if needed. Guess I will see how far I can go. I am hoping not to have lost too much momentum given how far I have come. Thursday will be the day! Thank you.

  • I agree with Jacs-W and I hope you are feeling better?

  • I am not bad, off the meds but a little achey. Hoping I will be better on Thursday!

  • Hoping you are feeling better?

  • Yes definitely more mobile! I went out yesterday for a run with no distance set although the route I followed was 8k which I was good for 4 miles and slowed to complete the 5th mile/8k. It was good, just a minor twinge in my back today. I will see if I am OK for parkrun tomorrow.

  • Well I started again and am pleased to say that I have just completed week 1 with ease. As planned, I did the 5k run at a very muddy parkrun.

  • Brilliant well done!!!

  • I did Week 5 Run 1 this morning. I'm on a different program but following along at the same pace as this group. Today I did 6.9km.

    As I've just posted elsewhere, I've (foolishly, possibly) agreed to go to a running club for the first time tomorrow night. So I'm thinking I might just count whatever run we do (if I manage it!) as Week 5 Run 2 even if it's slightly different. It's not like the police will arrest me for fraud or something. :)

  • well done and how did it go????

  • The running club was fab, ju-ju- . I posted about it elsewhere. I'm looking forward to going back.

    Because I didn't run the B210k app on my phone during it, though, as I'd meant to, I got muddled today. I just (without specs) pressed play on the next run so followed the instructions for Week 5 Run 2. On my app that is two 25 minute sessions with one minute's walk in between. So I did that, although what with stopping at traffic lights etc Strava tells me I was a bit short of 50 minutes running.

    Anyway, Week 5 Run 3, which I THOUGHT I was doing is two 30 minute runs with one minute's walk in between. So I still have that to do!

    I'm not worried though. I was quite chuffed that I ran up a hill today that I had previously assumed was beyond me. :)

    This was probably a longer answer than you needed! But thanks for asking...

    I'll do another Week 5 Run 3 at some point in the next few days before going on to Week 6.

  • Still going! I didn't manage the shorter run, which I normally do at the weekend, as I have to work around two teenage children, and a husband, plus other commitments...you get the picture. I got out this morning, and did a "fast" short run, (fast relative to my normal pace), which I enjoyed, but I am looking forward to a 54 minute run on Thursday. That will definitely be my longest run to date. I need to find a new route, though. There are only so many times you can run around a small lake without losing count!

  • That is fantastic progress, huge well done. How was the 54 minute run??

  • I went out with the same attitude that I tackled W5R3 with...take it as slowly as possible! As a result it was a very comfortable run, but not a long distance. So I am happy that I should manage the hour next week, but if I ever want to get to 10K I will have to speed up a bit! So I am going to introduce some knee-strengthening and core work and build more hills/intervals into shorter runs. Once I get my 5K time down a bit I'll have another shot at the programme. It has been great though, so thanks for organising it!

  • That sounds like a great plan and well done :)

  • Managed my fastest mile fastest 5k and fastest 8k this morning all while it was snowing. It was a great run, I simply lengthened my stride and the pace came up. My fastest 8k before was 60 minutes and I did this in 53.

  • wow that is fabulous and in the snow too!!!! :)

  • Long run completed this morning. Well, when I say completed....I slightly miscalculated my route so I only ran 8.8k rather than the 9k. But what's 0.2k between friends! It wasn't a pretty run as I found it a bit of a struggle but a run is a run (no matter how red the face!).

  • Looking forward to this week's last week of the plan (whatever that may entail!)

  • Just about keeping up. Was pleased to manage nine km on Sunday. The woodland tracks where I run were snowy so I crunched and slid for much of it. Not only that, I've just started using Zombies, Run! so had zombies on my tail too! What a run!

    Looking forward to week six!

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