Well that was ok-ish! Tougher than r1 for sure but I did it! Feel pretty tired out but in a lovely floaty sort of way - could that be the famous endorphins?! What I don't understand, and I know I really should not be getting hung up on times at this stage, but I am, is why my average time for r2 was slower than r1, and r1 was slower than w4r3, even though I am progressively doing a greater proportion of running than walking as I go along. Doesn't make sense! I am putting in just as much effort with each run! I am doing c25k in preparation for the Cambridge race for life in July and at this rate I'd be better off planning on doing walk-runs rather than trying to run it all, as I'd be faster that way! Any ideas what is happening? I am determined to do the race for life in sub-30 minutes (no pressure then! I do love a goal 😉🐌🐌)
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