Well, I ran week 9 run 2 tonight. I can honestly say if it is any comfort to anyone, I never find any easy. I always get negatives going through my mind when I first set off. But, I manage it, so if this sounds like you, push on, you can do it. For the record, I ran for 30m 48 seconds and covered a distance of 3.43 miles, maybe that's why I never find a run easy. Some of you think its fast, I think its slow, I wont be happy till I can cover 5k in at least 24 minutes, then I might be happy, but that's just me. When I first started running again in November, I never thought I would do 5k without stopping, I started park runs before starting C25K, then to a step backwards. For those of you who doubt yourselves, don't, I can honestly say, this is a very good plan and if followed, WILL work. So good look to all my fellow C25Kers, you can as have been told "do it" Roy Castle used to say, DEDICATION, is what you need, if you want to lose weight, you can do it, if you want to run, you can do it, don't let anybody tell you, oh you'll ruin your knees, oh you look silly. The ones who look silly are those who are still on the sofa, unless of course, they have a good excuse. To those who have responded to some of my daft posts, thank you, to those who have inspired me, thank you. I've one last run to do and have no doubts its a formality, so thank you all, and push on.
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