I have previously run the 4x10 minutes of the first week of B210k podcast -- didn't like the music much. So I tried the Bluefin podcast today -- the music in this one isn't much better but I have come to realise that I cannot run in time to the beat of the music, I just have to "run" and psychologically just have the music in the background of my mind I deliberately did this one very slowly - and ran it at a conversational pace with no "heavy breathing" at all. I actually find this harder to do that to go out at a faster pace -- seems to work the legs more , calves and Achilles.
Anyway, I think I will slowly carry on with this B210K programme with the ultimate aim of being able to run 10K non-stop (GASP!! Did I just say run 10K non-stop???? ) I have seen pace calculators that say that the expected run pace for a 10K race is only slightly slower than that for a 5K race -- but there is NO WAY that I would be able to run 10K at anywhere near my fastest 5K pace ( which leaves me basically speechless for 5 minutes after I cross the line.)