W5R3 done, no interruptions!

I posted a couple of days ago about my first attempt at the 20 minute run was scuppered by my son's school ringing me.

Well I redid the run and all went well. Greta the gremlin piped up at the beginning as my calves felt tight when I started running, but I told her to get lost and slowed my pace and the tightness disappeared.

What really surprised me was how much I had left "in the tank" at the end of the run, I was waiting for Laura to tell me I had a minute left but when she said I could slow to a walk I was gobsmacked! This is from someone who struggled with the 3 minute run a few weeks back.

I am so pleased I did this again, roll on week 6!

Ruth

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  • Wahay! Well done

    Just keep going nice and slow. Remember that! Week six is a tough cookie so slow and steady is the mantra 😀 🏃‍♀️🏃‍♀️🏃‍♀️

  • well done , yep week 6 is a toughy x but you will be great x happy running

  • Yeay, well done Ruth, so good that you did it without interuptions! Over halfway there now yippee!

  • So glad you redid this run! That feeling of having something left in the tank really does help with week 6. Can't wait to hear how you get on. Woo hoo!

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