Hmm -- well it was with trepidation that I faced the first morning of Week 4 .
My first 5 minutes of running -continual, uninterrupted, unbroken, constant, ceaseless, incessant,steady, sustained, solid, continuing, ongoing, unceasing, without a break, permanent, non-stop, round-the-clock, persistent, unremitting,relentless, unrelenting, unabating, unrelieved, without respite, endless,unending, never-ending, perpetual, without end, everlasting, eternal,interminable;
But it turned out to be quite uneventful. Actually I lost track of the time - because I was concentrating on my "rythmic breathing" techniques and temporarily forgot all about the running/moving legs side of things. Hmm -- maybe that's the secret to all this???
For example, I "think" I may have discovered that longer exhales work better for me that the usual longer inhales. ie 2:3, instead of 3:2 beats. I used to ( in a long past life) be in the Submarine Service - and to get into that Service , the medical required that you past an "exhalation test" - as it is VERY important for Submariners to be able to exhale as much air out of their lungs as possible in a certain emergency situation (like an emergency escape). BUT I was very borderline on this test - as it seems that my ability to exhale is less than the average. So, I feel more exploration/experimentation of this matter is required for me.