I actually ran or should I say jogged slowly 2 X 3 minutes and 2 X 5 minutes.
I used to get really sad about myself and my attitude towards my own health every time I see a cyclist 🚴 zoom past me or an experienced runner 🏃 scandalously mocks me by flaunting their ability to move faster than me shifting my huge storage of fat reserves that can feed an army if it comes to it. (Or at least that's what I used to think they did a few weeks ago)
It's up to the individual when it comes to living healthy struck me very recently. So I picked up my courage and not wanting to give up after my bad run last week, got out of that door🚪quickly before I start arguing with myself again!
I managed my pace very carefully and remembered for the first time to run in a pace where I can hold a conversation. It changed EVERYTHING. I was able to recover mid run during the 5 minutes sessions and it was glorious!
Watch your pace please. Don't give up!
(Also, I would like to run and not jog. I mean, is that even possible to do for 30 minutes? May I ask how long does it usually take to get there?)