My first 10KM very happy.: SHARE: NEW... - Bridge to 10K

Bridge to 10K

12,587 members16,370 posts

My first 10KM very happy.

tfcmagpie
tfcmagpieGraduate10

SHARE:

NEW DISTANCE BEST FIRST 10 KM. HAVE A LOOK AT THE SPLITS TO SEE MY 10KM TIME. K 7, 8 AND 9 THE TOUGHEST TONIGHT. TWO MONTHS AHEAD OF SCHEDULE!

DISTANCE

10.51km

STEPS

11147

DURATION

1:10:38

AVG PACE

06:43

KCAL

1318

Run RUN SOURCE MAP MY FITNESS MAPMYRUN IPHONE

Yestin Linton-Smith

JAN. 10, 2018 at 6:24 P.M.

by YESTIN LINTON-SMITH

CURRENT POINTS

--

CURRENT AWARDS

X--

GEAR USED

FREE TRAINER 5.0 CROSS TRAINING SHOES

92.0 km

EDITCOPYDELETE

CREATE COURSETCX

PRIVATE

FRIENDS

PUBLIC

TIME

START6:24 p.m.

ACTIVE1:10:38

TOTAL1:10:38

ELEVATION

GAIN18 m

START21 m

MAX27 m

PACE

AVG 06:43 min/km

MIN--

MAX04:05 min/km

10 Replies
oldestnewest
Bluebirdrunner
BluebirdrunnerGraduate10

Yeah! You have done it... absolutely brilliant tfcmagpie😁...

We'll done, you must be very proud of yourself, rightly so 😊x

tfcmagpie
tfcmagpieGraduate10 in reply to Bluebirdrunner

Thank you so much for the support. Without the C25K forum and the Bridge210K I would be in the pub by now or sitting at home doing nothing.

I have been reflecting since Wednesday when I did my 10.51 KM and have not yet made any decisions about what to do next.

Friends are key to me so something with them would be my preference.

Rest assured though I have done Parkrun this morning in a new PB that after a PB last week also. I shall run as normal 3 times a week with the minimum distance being 5K each time. When I go for 10K again depends really on decisions I make about further distance challenges.

For me at 57 the target of something has become a bug! I find myself telling myself I can do it and you must not give up. I am frightened to ever stop when running now. If I do it will be trainers and kit in the bin and straight on the beer and cheese!

ju-ju-
ju-ju-Administrator

Fantastic, and thats a very impresssive list of things!! Well done :)

tfcmagpie
tfcmagpieGraduate10 in reply to ju-ju-

Where next????????

tfcmagpie
tfcmagpieGraduate10 in reply to ju-ju-

Last night I went out and visited my local running club. Not sure if I will join as they are likely to be far too fast for me. We had an interesting evening with a presentation on Endurance running and the training plan for a Marathon or indeed any endurance running. Other topics covered were Nutrition and Warming Down/Recovery.

There was then a presentation from a local running specialist shop where I heard about Gait and also brands of trainers that I did not even know existed.

For me a lot to think about.

Where do I get my Graduate10 banner from and how please?

skysue16
skysue16Graduate10

Very well done! What a great run 🏃😊

tfcmagpie
tfcmagpieGraduate10 in reply to skysue16

Thank you so much.

Fishypieface
FishypiefaceGraduate10

Fabarooney! Very well done to you, it's hard work and you did it! :)

tfcmagpie
tfcmagpieGraduate10

I have enjoyed it!

Macmac
MacmacGraduate10

Brilliant! Well done. I hope to reach 10km this week also. Well done on your parkruns too. I missed it today but did 5km this afternoon with some hill work instead - the hills make quite a difference. Tough on the way up and learning how to increase the speed safely on the way back down without too much stress in my knees..

You may also like...