W8R3 done :)

Well I felt much better last night so went for a run with the intention of maybe just running 20 mins - slow and steady and I did the whole 28 mins! Very happy and have to say slowing myself down quite a bit really worked, it was a nice easy run and although I wasn't as tired at the end I have realised that I may have been pushing myself just a little too hard, so slow and steady for me now, for the final 3 runs at least.

Thank you all for the continued support and encouragement, it really does help having all my forum running buddies to cheer me on x x

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  • Well done giddyaunts...straight back into it..glad you are feeling better 😊

    Just graduation week now..and you know how to do it..xxx

  • Thank you Jan-now-runs yes for sure I do, slow and steady is the way to go, I think sometimes I just forget I'm not 25 anymore! :) x

  • Oh my.. so close.. well done you!

    Glad you are feeling better too and slowing it down a tad :)

    Here we go... Graduation beckons :)

  • Thank you Oldfloss :) I really do appreciate all the support on here so much x

  • Back in the saddle 😉 Great stuff! That slowing down malarkey really does what it says on the tin. So glad you're feeling so much better 😊

  • Thank you McFitty the slowing down malarky really did help and you know what they say? 'You can't keep an old dog down' :)

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