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Completed run 27!! 🌈

JT489
JT489Graduate
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Good evening! A bit of a day, uncertainty in parliament but one thing I’m sure about is the completion of my last run of C25K my 27th ! Before embarking I had done zero runs, so a real result that parliament should take notice of🀣 Put out the flags πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆand sound the bells πŸ””

Massive thanks for all the support from the forum including the posts that I haven’t always responded to but have helped me along the way. πŸ’™

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IannodaTruffe
IannodaTruffeAdministrator

Many congratulations on your graduation fellow runner.

This guide to post C25K running may be helpful healthunlocked.com/couchto5...…….what-next

Keep running, keep smiling.

JT489
JT489Graduate
in reply to IannodaTruffe

Many thanks, I have really appreciated your warm and encouraging posts. You’re a blessing !! 😊

Congratulations πŸŽ‰πŸŽŠπŸΎπŸŽˆ!! Time to celebrate, cheers !! πŸ₯‚ to many happy runs ahead!!!

JT489
JT489Graduate
in reply to Whatnog

Many thanks! It wasn’t an easy run today but that’s ok, it was achieved!!

Shelley2310
Shelley2310Graduate

Congratulations 🍾πŸ₯‚πŸ₯‡πŸƒβ€β™€οΈπŸƒβ€β™‚️

AlMorr
AlMorrGraduate

Congratulations JT489 on completing C25K with week 9 run 3. 😊 To get your graduation badge and the word GRADUATE πŸŽ“ next to your username leave a message on the January graduate post in the pinned posts on the right side of the healthunlocked C25K home page and tell the administrators that you have ran W9R3 of C25K πŸŽ“ πŸƒ 😊

JT489
JT489Graduate
in reply to AlMorr

I am So very smug ! Thanks! I think I’ve done that?! Wil look forward to seeing my qualification up there 😎

Tartancat
TartancatGraduate

Congratulations Graduate! You've achieved far more than our government have done!

Bartontiger
BartontigerGraduate

Brilliant!! Well done and welcome to the club. I still can't believe we are runners. Enjoy the feeling and no stopping. I ran 4 miles yesterday and feel a bit achey today but loved it. πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

JT489
JT489Graduate
in reply to Bartontiger

Awesome! I think I am still suffering from running 49 mins straight at the parkrun, so was pleased I managed my final run! Onwards! Thanks for posting 😎

Kimterry
KimterryGraduate

Congratulations! Well done you - now all you have to do is continue your running journey. Enjoy! πŸƒπŸ½β€β™€οΈπŸ‘πŸ…

Nomad2001
Nomad2001Graduate

congratulations. You must be so proud of yourself. I am so very new to running and have only done 2 runs. Any tips to help us novices. Also what did you notice about yourself/your body as you went through each week?

JT489
JT489Graduate
in reply to Nomad2001

Hi there, many thanks for posting. I am very pleased as 3/4 months ago I never would have imagined that I would be able to run for 30 Mins. It’s really amazing to see your own progress. How have you found it so far? I think there will always be good and not so good runs, but never ones you regret doing. I think my recovery has improved and I feel stronger physically. I can’t quite put my finger on it, but notice it when I’m gardening and out and about generally. People say I look better but not sure how!!! I don’t think I have lost weight. Use the forum and read people’s posts as it’s all useful. Good luck with the next run, take it slow and steady😎

Nomad2001
Nomad2001Graduate
in reply to JT489

Thank u! And ur story is so inspiring

JT489
JT489Graduate
in reply to Nomad2001

Btw, I still regard myself as very much a newbie, but maybe slightly less of a newbie than October 2018πŸ˜€

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