-- and I am thinking that it may be my last.
I managed to run non-stop for just over 10K this morning. Pace was over a minute per K slower than what I ran 14K over a very hilly course recently (using 2/1 run/walk)
But I wanted to say that I had done it - and now I can say that I can But I have to come back to the question --"What am I running for? " and really, I don't know. I am not a natural runner - never have been and never will be. I just wanted to be able to do it and now I have found that I can - sort of!! I have discovered Orienteering and will go to my second outing this weekend. Orienteering suits the kind of running that we did in the early stages of C25K -- ie intervals of up to say 5 minutes running, then you stop to find the checkpoint and on you go.
I feel that running non-stop has really "killed" any speed that I had - so perhaps I might think about starting a 10K run/walk programme when I get back from holidays in a few weeks time.