What does everyone do for their runs after graduation I have been rerunning Week 9 Run 3 each time so need to hear Laura giving advice and time to go. Can Laura do a special for afterwards.
Runs after graduation : What does everyone do... - Couch to 5K
Pick a playlist from Spotify which you like and just go out for a 5K or 30 minute run. Podcasts are also good to listen to whilst running. I run on Monday and Wednesday evenings, then do a Parkrun on Saturday mornings. I use my midweek runs as training runs for Parkrun.
Have you read the guide to post C25K running? healthunlocked.com/couchto5...
I came across decathlon coach (app) it can help u with your running times.. or the nike running app.
I’ve been doing exactly that too! Laura’s been coming with me for the run. Then when she says ‘bye’ I just run for a bit longer. I use the distance cues on my Fitbit tracker to help me gauge the distance. I’m also using Juju’s plant to 10k and trying to do those 3 runs each week. I feel I still need both support and programme of focus.
The first thing I did was ditching the player and earphones and running only with a watch. By now, I have a pretty good idea how long the various route options are, so I can check my progress and extend or shorten the loop to keep running for 30+ minutes. I found that I am enjoying running with natural sound background much more!
I used Nike Run Club guided runs... Coach Bennett and the others are amazing.
I'm just planning on trying different things. I tried Nike Run Club today and initially wasn't too keen but I quite enjoyed it by the end of the run. Am also planning to try the C25K+ podcasts.
One thing I did notice was that I enjoy running much more when I know I don't "have" to do it and the choice to carry on or not is mine. All psychology... perhaps I don't like being told what to do!
Get the free Nike app and download a few of the 30 minutes guided runs, they are even better than Laura (dont tell her) because they talk a bit more. I recommend: Long run with coach Bennett and just go with Mo. There is now also a new series or running with inspirational women. I would do 2-3 weeks of "just" doing 30 minutes runs without worrying about speed, distance or anything before doing a plan (having tried to start a plan too soon).