So I can now run for 25 minutes straight - which is enormous fun and I am very chuffed with it. However, I am not quite the 'fleet footed gazelle' that I imagined I would be once I started running - much more like a pretty overweight shire horse :-).
I am (only) on week 8 (starting on Monday), and including the walks, each week 7 run was around 4.1km.
My question is around how fast people progress. From experience - does every extra tenth of a mile cost the same as it does now or is it a case of 'finding the next gear' and progressing faster, quicker?
My ultimate aim is to be able to run 10K in an hour - which I am (excuse the pun) miles away from, and that is great because I am excited about the journey getting there (and 'the bridge to 10k' will be what happens at week 10).
It would just be good to manage expectations - thoughts?