I just ran for 20 minutes for W5R3 and it was amazing!
I was a little sceptical that I'd make it as I spent my rest day walking up and down a really steep hill (my iPhone health step counter counted it as 22 flights of stairs each time!). But I made it.
I now know what is meant by 'finding your pace'. The first five minutes were terrible but once I was into it everything just fell into place.
I'm going away camping today but I'm taking my trainers with me and hope to tackle at least some of W6. I'm going away with work in September and need to be fit for it so can't stop now (not that I want to!).
Quick question for people that use GPS etc to track their runs... Do you count the 5 minute warm ups or do you set your phone going once you've done the warm ups? Up until now I've been including the warm ups but once I start the longer runs I think I'll start it afterwards.