Still pondering what I will do after I finish the 14K race in August.
trying to run 10K non-stop is one option -- but then I think , why would I want to run 10K?? Even if I achieve it , there is not a lot or opportunity to run 10K where I live in a "fun" way. 10K runners seem to be more advanced athletic types who are really racing - not just jogging along like me which would be about all I could do 10Ks at.
But, with Parkrun, 5K is a distance that can be improved - but also can just be run regularly just for fun, company,etc.
I am considering the option of starting C25k all over again. I do recall that I was very tentative, conservative, slow, proceeded with much caution, etc on the first time around . Just finishing the run at any slow pace was the order of the day. But I am wondering now if it would be good to redo it -- but this time completing each days run in as fast a time as possible. In other words, throw caution to the wind and "go for it" each run??
has anybody done anything like this??