Hi, another newbie here,
Am just enjoying my post-run brew, and reading some of the posts on here with great interest. I am exactly the sort of person c25k is aimed at - someone who wants to improve their general well-being and fitness, and doesn't know where to start. I'm hoping it works for me, as I've read so many inspirational success stories
I've completed the first 3 runs, and feel good, but also a bit nervous about raising my game next week and beyond.
I was very achy after run 1 - I'm a 33 year old mum of two, and definitely not A RUNNER! My body was complaining about doing something unusual. I had a (sore) rest day then did run 2, and ached from the minute I got through the door. Recovery was better this time though and I felt only slightly achy on the rest day. This morning I felt good and completed run 3 with comparative ease.
Am looking forward to seeing how I cope with next week