W9R3 done

I've actually gone and done it (along with a few others today) found C25k by accident when I was on the Pernicious Anemia side of Health Unlocked and decided I would try and finish the programme before my 60th birthday. I've done it with two months to spare and, thanks to some new medication to supplement my injections, some energy to spare as well!

Actually managed to run for 34 minutes, did 5.79 km with average pace of 6.09 (according to Endomondo) so I suppose going to fast all the way through - found it so difficult to slow my pace down - has helped in the long run even if it made those early runs so so hard.

As Rebeldiver said, without Laura and everyone on here it wouldn't have been possible so a big thank you and anyone just starting it is possible if you listen and obey Laura

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  • Congratulations and well done!! You must be very pleased with that time/distance... still dreaming of being able to do that!! :-)

  • Thanks. I am going to have to drive the route to check as it does seem rather a long way

  • Well done Jo55 - Fantastic effort and great pace. Congratulations

  • Thanks, still getting use to it. Will be strange without Laura.

  • Huge congratulations Jo.

    Now you can wear your Brooks and your new Tshirt :)

    Brilliant and 2 months before your big birthday too. xx

  • Thanks. After this one I shall start working backwards

  • Congratulations can't wait till I get there!!!

  • Thank you. You'll be there before you know it.

  • big congatulations Jo :D superb achievement :D great distance and pace :D enjoy the glow you deserve it

  • Thank you. Will have to find some music or something now or may even have one or two more dates with Julie!

  • its a big brave world out here ,it is up to us which roads we now take :) really plsd for you Jo :)

  • Thank you. I'm feeling a little lost at the moment, so much to chose from.

  • i was saying the same at work today, i am just trying a few things and doing 3 runs a week will wait till spring to decide on any thing definite :)

  • Well done!! You have proved, as so many have before you that it really is possible to do so much more than we think we are capable of and that it is never too late to start. Congratulations and I hope you enjoy your future running.

    Keep running, keep smiling.

  • Thank you, I'm still smiling at the moment

  • Congratulations! That's some speed too!

  • Thanks. The result of not being able to slow down early on And exhausting myself on each run I suspect.

  • Well done Jo. Wear your tee shirt and Brooks with pride. You did it! World's your oyster now. Run for your life! Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeha!

  • Thanks. I want to do the Swanage Fun Run - 4.5k - next year so that's my next goal.

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