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Wk9 R3 - Job done

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate

All my life I've loved running. Pounding the tarmac, just me against myself and the elements. Oh the sense of freedom.

Popycock!! Always though running was dumb. Hated it as a kid and haven't done in since. At least until I started this program.

Yet here I am at the end of C25k. Of all of my runs to have a tech failure, this was the run. So despite pushing as hard as I could, my run wasnt recorded. So, just so I never forget Wk9 R2 and think of it as a stepping stone, the stats above are for that run instead.

I'm so grateful to my wife Snowgdss for helping me get through this. She has been battling with seasonal germs and a nasty foot injury (possibly a bone fracture) so shes been frustrated to not be able to get out and run. But she'll be back at it soon! You can do it babes x

I'm feeling stupidly pleased with myself. I was so embarrassed at how unfit and unhealthy I'd got and was really shocked at how much I struggled to complete Wk1 R1. So today, as I struggled up the hill for the final minute, it was nice to imagine you lot at the finish line waiting to cheer me on and my wife there with a big hug and glass of chilled champagne.

If you're just starting out on C25k, stick at it. The plan really does work and the people on this forum are amazing. You might struggle sometimes, you might have 'practice runs', but do carry on. Everybody is here to pick you up when you fall, and pat you on the back when you succeed.

So that's it. Job done and I can go back to the couch now πŸ˜†πŸ·. Only joking. This is part of my weekly routine now and long may it continue.

Happy running everybody and thank you!

Mig

116 Replies
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Congratulations Mig, well done on your graduation and beating the hill again

And over 5 k in your 30 min, great achievement

Hope to hear more from you and your progress πŸ‘πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈπŸ₯‡

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Runningdumpling

Thank you :-). Brian the hill knows he cant beat me now. So we just have a healthy respect for each other πŸ˜†. What comes next though.... is another glass of champagne πŸ˜†πŸΎπŸ₯‚πŸΎπŸ₯‚

Nymahchai
NymahchaiGraduate

Congratulations Mig! Brilliant achievement for a non runner πŸ€₯!!! Your post is so inspirational for those just starting out and those of us somewhere in between. Hope Snowgdss makes full recovery and such a shame as you are both in this together. Enjoy that glass of bubbles and Christmas will be extra special this year πŸ₯‚πŸ†πŸŽ–SlΓ inte Mhath.

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Nymahchai

Thank you :-). I really hope I can help others cross the finish line in same way everybody here has encouraged me. I know you'll be graduating before too long too!

Nymahchai
NymahchaiGraduate
in reply to RunningMigster

I hope 🀞🀣

Buddy34
Buddy34Graduate

Congratulations on completing c25k you must be so pleased .

You're right we are all here to cheer you on no matter what.

πŸŽ…πŸŽ…πŸŽ…πŸŽ…πŸŽ…πŸŽ…πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ˜

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Buddy34

I am more pleased than I have any right to be! Thanks for all your help in getting me here Buddy!

Buddy34
Buddy34Graduate
in reply to RunningMigster

Doesn't that badge look great πŸ†πŸ†

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Buddy34

Just seen that. Now its official. I'm in the club! πŸ₯‚

Brian-P6
Brian-P6Graduate

Well Done Mig!!!

*** Put out the bunting and sound the trumpets!! ***

Great pace and you’ve spurred me on more to defeat that damned hill and survive the rest of the 5k when I get there.

πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈπŸƒβ€β™‚οΈπŸƒβ€β™‚οΈπŸƒβ€β™‚οΈπŸƒβ€β™‚οΈπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Brian-P6

The hills make us stronger! You're doing a great job. You'll get there soon enough! I'll keep looking out for your posts.

Jazzyrunner
JazzyrunnerGraduate

Fantastic, well done! I’ve enjoyed your posts and seeing your progress - hope you carry on posting on here - and on Bridge to 10k too πŸ˜πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ₯³πŸΎ

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Jazzyrunner

Bridge to 10k! *deep breath*... not sure I'm capable of that... I need to get my consolidation runs in and have a good think!

Jazzyrunner
JazzyrunnerGraduate
in reply to RunningMigster

Yes definitely consolidation runs first! And I still hadn’t done even 5k when I graduated, so I’m building up but 5k is the furthest I’ve gone yet. I just think, well I’ve graduated from C25k, so even if it takes years, I’m working towards 10k! And they’re a friendly bunch on there, just as on here πŸ‘πŸ»

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Jazzyrunner

30 minutes is nice amount of time to put aside 3 times a week. But, I'll get xmas out of the way and see what happens! 10k might be a nice target to aim for!

Smelliepoo
SmelliepooGraduate

Congratulations πŸŽ‰πŸŽŠπŸŽ‰πŸŽŠπŸŽ‰πŸŽŠπŸŽ‰ well done! And as expected, a fabulous post! So pleased for you, and keep it up so that when snow is ready you can cheers her along too! (poor sausage!)

Have good rest day, and then it is just running!! Hurrah!

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Smelliepoo

Yay... I loved seeing you progress all the way to graduation and it helped give me the added push to get there myself!

Smelliepoo
SmelliepooGraduate
in reply to RunningMigster

Glad to have been of service!! πŸ˜πŸ‘

RunawayBetty
RunawayBettyGraduate

Woohoo, that is fantastic! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ Congratulations on your achievement, and look at that pace!!! πŸ…πŸƒβ€β™€οΈπŸŽ‰ Well done you!

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to RunawayBetty

Thank you. So so happy to have made it. I wasn't sure after wk1 R1 lol

SteveWebbo
SteveWebboGraduate

Awesome Migs. Keep posting and let us know how Brian is faring . Enjoy the champagne πŸ₯‚ πŸƒπŸ»β€β™‚οΈπŸƒπŸ»β€β™‚οΈπŸƒπŸ»β€β™‚οΈπŸŽΆπŸŽΆπŸŽΆ

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to SteveWebbo

Cheers mate, wont be long until your graduation post! I look forward to it

sTrongFuse
sTrongFuseGraduate

Well done that man. You should even manage to squeeze in a consolidation run before Christmas πŸ˜‰.

Hope Snowgdss is back on her feet soon and that Brian now shows you the respect you deserve.

Onwards and upwards into 2020...

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to sTrongFuse

I really, really should get a run in before Christmas... but I am on holiday now :-) 🍾

Elfe5
Elfe5Graduate

Fantastic Mig! πŸ˜„ - and what a pace. You would have time to get to the end, and then run back and give me a piggyback! πŸ˜‚

Dance, dance, dance on that podium! πŸ˜„

Check out The pinned post and consolidation thread for new graduates. πŸ˜„

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Elfe5

I know it's not about doing 5k at all... but I'm so competitive, even against myself :-)

AlMorr
AlMorrGraduate

Congratulations, a great time of the year to graduate.

To get your graduation badge and the word GRADUATE πŸŽ“ next to your username leave a message on the December πŸŽ„ πŸŽ… 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 and graduated πŸŽ“ πŸƒπŸΎ πŸ‘ πŸŽ„ πŸŽ…

30.42, good time, not long before you can get a sub 30 minute 5k.

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to AlMorr

To park run or not to park run.

Keen to see what sort of time I can get on the flat!

AlMorr
AlMorrGraduate
in reply to RunningMigster

To parkrun or not to parkrun? that is the question.

At parkruns you don't need to run all the way, I occasionally walk on the steepest hill at one of the parkruns I go to, but all other 5K's I do I keep running, try and run a parkrun which has no hills or at least hills which are not too steep.

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to AlMorr

I might just do that. There seem to be a lot of park runs in close proximity to me.

AlMorr
AlMorrGraduate
in reply to RunningMigster

πŸ‘ πŸƒπŸΎ

linda9389
linda9389Ambassador

Brilliant - congratulations. Now you can try reversing your route and running the hill first!

(As for Snowgdss ' foot ... having had four months with no running at all with a stress fracture of my second metatarsal, I urge her to get it looked at! Nothing showed on an x-ray, only on an MRI which I had to push pretty hard to get. Once diagnosed I was told no weight bearing if I wanted it to heal - we compromised and I wore an orthopaedic boot for more weeks than I cared for! Fingers crossed it is something else and recovers soon, but do take care.)

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to linda9389

Thank you. It's a real concern at the moment I must admit. A few days with feet up and if it's no better, then its A&E

linda9389
linda9389Ambassador
in reply to RunningMigster

Difficult time of year to make progress, but get in the system at least. Best wishes

Congratulations πŸŽ‰ what an amazing achievement you should be proud, make sure you celebrate this amazing milestone πŸ™‚

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Sham19

I'm still floating on air a bit. Shame I didnt have that running up the hill πŸ˜†

Grannytobe
GrannytobeGraduate

What a wonderful post, sitting here with a massive grin on my face, you caught me out to begin with, I thought it wasn’t tallying with all your other posts but it does sound like the new you. Best of luck for a speedy recovery to your wife. Have a great Christmas.

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Grannytobe

Thank you so much and thank you for all of your support over the weeks! I made it! :-)

Rigpig
RigpigGraduate

Well done, what’s next? πŸ˜ƒ

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Rigpig

Cheers! Next? Another glass of wine :-). Really not sure about next to be honest. I'll dwell on that for a few days

Couchpotato2
Couchpotato2Graduate

πŸΎπŸŽŠπŸŽ–πŸŽ“πŸ†πŸ‘πŸ»amazing congratulations! So pleased to have seen your progress from your first run πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ till now running 30’. Enjoy the very well deserved champagne πŸ₯‚

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Couchpotato2

Thank you so much. I'm really quite amazed that I made it. Took me a very long time to enjoy it. But... πŸ₯‚πŸ₯‚ I'm enjoying it now :-)

Couchpotato2
Couchpotato2Graduate
in reply to RunningMigster

Yeah it’s just such a quick progress when you think of it! Well done.

πŸ‘πŸ€—πŸ˜πŸŽΊπŸ“’πŸ˜ŽπŸ€©πŸ₯³πŸŽ…πŸ¦Έβ€β™‚οΈπŸ¦Ήβ€β™‚οΈπŸƒβ€β™‚οΈπŸ€Έβ€β™€οΈπŸ‘πŸŽ“Fa-bu-lous! Well done, glad you enjoyed it. Crumbs, you are very fast even with Brian to surmount! Must be the thought of that champers..... Have a wonderful Christmas and I hope you continue to post and entertain us through the next part of your running journey. 🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾πŸ₯‚

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to apatsyf

Awwww thank you :-).

I had no intention of trying to do 5k. Half way through the program, I figured I had no chance and just put that idea out of my head. But in the last 2 weeks, I just figured that if I really push myself, I just might do it... cant sit here and say it was easy though!

Its said that when the queen mother was alive, she was Moet and Chandons best customer... I'm giving her a run for her money this weekend πŸ˜†πŸΎπŸΎπŸΎπŸΎπŸƒβ€β™‚οΈπŸƒβ€β™‚οΈπŸƒβ€β™‚οΈπŸΎπŸΎπŸΎπŸΎ

Jerichomile
JerichomileGraduate

Congratulations! What a great post and the happiness just shines out πŸŽ‰πŸ‘πŸ’! Wishing you and your wife many happy runs in 2020. The chilled champagne welcome sounds very elegant 😊πŸ₯‚ ......happy Christmas RunningMigster

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Jerichomile

Thank you very much. Just need to figure out what to do next! After the bottle is empty of course πŸ˜†πŸΎ

Buddy34
Buddy34Graduate
in reply to RunningMigster

Another bottle🍾🍾

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Buddy34

Funny you should say that ;-) 🍾πŸ₯‚

Buddy34
Buddy34Graduate
in reply to RunningMigster

🀣🀣🀣

Jerichomile
JerichomileGraduate
in reply to RunningMigster

😁

Whoop! Whoop! Whoop! Well done Migs, proud of you mate. You really seem to have taken to this running malarkey like a duck to water. As you say it doesn't seem five minutes since you were struggling with week one, and now look at you: running for 30 minutes, wow!

I know you'll be encouraging Snowgds once she's back into her running shoes and I also know you'll be popping up on here with words of encouragement when you think we need it too. A very well done to you, you really earned that nice glass (or two) of fizz.

I just hope two more things. Firstly that you saved enough puff after completing your final run for your lap of honour and secondly, that you learned from my error and didn't try running home after your glass(es) of fizz!

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Alast

You know what, I would have loved to have had you and the rest of the gang sharing this Champagne with us. You have really helped spur me on and I've loved the banter on here.

You know I'm watching you all the way and I'll have that fizz waiting for you at your finish line!

DeterminedSilver
DeterminedSilverGraduate
in reply to RunningMigster

That’s a lovely post . Like so many others enjoy your posts .

I felt the same that everyone on here was with me as I ran that last run and couldn’t wait to post .

I hope it won’t be long before I get back to my running but no sign yet as foot not quite right and I admit I am a little apprehensive that it will happen again .

Anyway that’s for the future after Christmas πŸŽ„ Enjoy your fame πŸŽ‰

Buddy34
Buddy34Graduate
in reply to Alast

How you doing Alast. πŸŽ…πŸŽ…

Alast
Alast
in reply to Buddy34

Hi Buddy. I've come to a bit of a halt at the moment what with Christmas & everything. I have nothing physical stopping me, just mental 'stuff', busy time of year and all that. I will get out if I can beforethe New Year just for a practice, my running clobber is there & ready for me when I am. If not I will start by trying to re-do Week 3 and hopefully push on from there in January.

Congratulations it’s such a great feeling when it’s done isn’t it?

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to WillowandSola

It's a great feeling that isnt showing any sign of leaving :-)

WillowandSola
WillowandSolaGraduate
in reply to RunningMigster

Few months down the line and we still get a kick out of going for a run

BlackCat21
BlackCat21Graduate

Congratulations Mig from one new graduate to another. What a wonderful feeling! And yes, here’s a toast πŸ₯‚to everyone on this forum, especially those of you who are on this journey. You CAN do it too πŸ’ͺ🏽.

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to BlackCat21

What next? I have no idea lol :-)

Oldgirlruns
OldgirlrunsGraduate

Woohoo! Well done RM, fantastic achievement! Feel proud! I’m sorry to say you can’t hit the couch again even if you wanted to. A because you now have the running bug and B because you’ve got those consolidation runs to do! But we’ll allow you a little celebration first!πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ†

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Oldgirlruns

Still celebrating!! :-) 🍾

Consolidation runs scare me. Sounds like lots of work. And no Michael with me either? Yikes!

Oldgirlruns
OldgirlrunsGraduate
in reply to RunningMigster

You could take Michael if you wanted to - I took Laura simply by repeating week 9 runs (I wasn’t brave enough to do it on my own!). It gave me some structure to my consolidation runs and I found by the end of the 3rd week, I was ready to go it alone! Whatever you do, enjoy it!

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Oldgirlruns

I think that's exactly what I'll do.

It might be like groundhog day. I'll just keep repeating Wk9 R3 for the rest of my life πŸ˜†

Oldgirlruns
OldgirlrunsGraduate
in reply to RunningMigster

πŸ˜‚

Well done! I remembered your first ever post as it made me laugh and kept an eye out for your updates! Not going to lie, it’s harder once you graduate but congratulations and enjoy the glory!!

5km in that time is crazy good!

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Ouchto5kmummy

Thank you 😁🍾

But now I'm free from the shackles of my route (so far in I couldn't change), I might now start to look for a flatter route to make it a little easier!

Ouchto5kmummy
Ouchto5kmummyGraduate
in reply to RunningMigster

I go round and round - reminds me of parklife by blur!

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Ouchto5kmummy

πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

GoGo_JoJo
GoGo_JoJoModerator

Fantastic! Congratulations on your graduation, enjoy that new ability πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ˜

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to GoGo_JoJo

Thank you :-)

Enjoy.. I've had an on / off relationship with that word and running lol

Uke5
Uke5Graduate

πŸΎπŸ†Congratulations. Well done, it’s an amazing feeling, definitely celebrate today’s achievement. Keep running πŸƒπŸ»β€β™‚οΈπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Uke5

Thank you! A few consolidation runs and then I'll figure out what to do next!

Redvic97
Redvic97Graduate

Congratulations. Job done indeed. You’re such an encouragement to others with your posts so it’s lovely to say well done to you

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Redvic97

Awww thank you so much. This forum is amazing. So many good people on here to help you through the program. I'm so pleased I started this. It was really well worth the effort.

Good luck with your runs and let us know how you get on

Walkingvirgo
WalkingvirgoGraduate

Fantastic & well done πŸ‘

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Walkingvirgo

Thank you so much :-)

πŸŽ‰ wow Mig many many congratulations . Wonderful news . I was waiting to see this post ! So pleased for you. All you say is so true about the effort it takes but the support is phenomenal on this site .

Onwards now but don’t be like me and rush on - consolidation the key (IannodaTruffe’s advice extremely useful) .

You will feel proud of Graduate by your name for a long time to come .

Celebrate well and hope your wife recovers soon too.

Happy Christmas πŸŽ„ πŸŽ‰πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to DeterminedSilver

Thank you so much. You've been such a great source of encouragement for me and I really do appreciate that.

The timing of this has been a blessing. I'll get a couple of consolidation runs in over the festive period, but I think it will also provide a natural break.

What next? 10k is the next natural steps. However, 3 x 30 minute runs fit in really well with my week. I'll have to seriously think about it.

For now, have a great Christmas and enjoy the festive running! :-)

Mig

Vegout25
Vegout25Graduate

Congratulations πŸ₯³ RunningMigster, it’s a great feeling isn’t it. Fantastic result! Very well done πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Vegout25

Such a good feeling! I was probably feeling more elated than I had any right to :-). What a great Christmas gift!

IannodaTruffe
IannodaTruffeAdministrator

Many congratulations on your graduation, fellow runner.

This guide to post C25k running may be helpful healthunlocked.com/couchto5...

Keep running, keep smiling.

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to IannodaTruffe

Thank you! You're posts are a huge help and I'm sure I'll continue to rely on them in the future!

Tippyrunn
TippyrunnGraduate

Excellent news, well done. Can relate to tech failures, Michael Johnson gave up on me too. I just carried on. Have a well earned break over Xmas.

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Tippyrunn

Thank you. I'm a bit annoyed about not getting that last run recorded. But, I'll get over it :-)

Tippyrunn
TippyrunnGraduate
in reply to RunningMigster

Ditto. I'm very competitive, so it annoys me not to have it done. Perhaps I'll run away Xmas day not before I've fed 20 though. I quite like the idea of my last run being the first next step

Wow very impressive. Your times per km are so fast, don't think I could ever move that fast. With the improvements that will come naturally as you consolidate you will be a serious contender.πŸ‘

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Rungranny

Thank you :-).

I was never going for the 5k. But when I realised a couple of weeks ago that it was within reach, I decided to really push for it. My weakness, is that I'm very competitive. So to have that carrot dangling in front of me, it was just too much to resist! :-)

Gingerrunner
GingerrunnerGraduate

Very well done Migster! I also completed W9R3 this morning. And also had a tech failure in that I forgot to wear my Smartwatch! So I thought, that’s OK, I’ll use MapmyRun alongside the running podcast, but MapmyRun asked me for log in details! AAAAArrrrrrgggg! So annoyed with myself so haven’t any accurate stats, but I know I usually run an 11 minute per mile pace, not tooooo bad for an old bird 😜. Hubby met me at the finish and we had a fab brunch together in local cafe, even though I was soaked to the skin as had hail shower at the end of my run. 🌧

Now I just need to figure out how to get admin to give me a flashy badge like yours !!

Merry Christmas everyone and happy running!! πŸŽ„πŸŽ„πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸŽ„πŸŽ„πŸƒπŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸƒπŸΌβ€β™€οΈ

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Gingerrunner

Whoop whoop... really well done. Isnt it such a great high.

By chance the Samsung Health app decided to kick in for the first time ever. But seems to only recognise 'activity'. So I've got stats for 40 minutes of activity and not for the run. Hey ho.

There is a post for December Graduation. Just add to the thread and you'll get your badge.

Isnt that a great Christmas gift!

Mig

2flatfeet
2flatfeetGraduate
in reply to Gingerrunner

Well done YOU!!! Bet brunch never tasted so good! Enjoy that feeling of well earned satisfaction and Happy New Year Runnings gmGraduate!πŸΎπŸ‘πŸ‘ŸπŸ‘ŸπŸ‘Ÿ

How wonderful. Congratulations on this amazing achievement. I think it's around week 5 when Laura said you're a runner , that I realised my life is changing. Well done on such a wonderful wonderful life change. Here's to the next few years many years of running.

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Portlandprincess

Thank you. So funny that something I once thought was stupid, is now a part of my life and something I cant imagine not doing!

Portlandprincess
PortlandprincessGraduate
in reply to RunningMigster

So very true. I used to watch runners feeling sorry for them. Now I'll run in the wind and the rain and just love it. It really is a remarkable feeling.

Imc50
Imc50Graduate

Cracking job well done! That pace and distance for a non runner, WOW that makes me want to get to that graduation badge .....

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Imc50

And you will get that badge! And we'll all be here to cheer you on! Dont focus on the pace though, that's just a stubborn, competitive side of me wanting to push too hard!

CJMumma
CJMummaGraduate

Yay! That’s fantastic, huge congratulations to u! Hope ur wife is back fighting fit soon too. U have been inspirational to my journey and always had a kind word to say so thank you! Hoping I can fit in my runs to graduate this week too 🀞🏼Well done Mig πŸƒπŸ½β€β™‚οΈπŸ†πŸŽ‰

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to CJMumma

You are soooooo close!!! What a great way celebrate Christmas if you can get them done.

I'm looking forward to seeing your graduation post!

Congratulations that’s fantastic and 5.3k in 30 mins that is really impressive !!!! πŸ₯³ πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹. Well done.

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Rainbow66

Thank you! I'm looking forward to finding a new route now, without such a killer hill at the end!

Wenderwoo
WenderwooGraduate

Woohoohoo, well done you! I hope you toasted your achievement accordingly πŸ‘πŸ†πŸ˜πŸŽ‰πŸΎπŸ₯‚

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Wenderwoo

Oh yes indeed! The fizz was positively flowing!

Today should be a run day, but guess what, I'm having a well earned break :-). Might get out there again tomorrow

Gran4z
Gran4zGraduate

Congrats to you Migster, so well done πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ». Running is a great addiction, continue to enjoy. It was fab to β€˜hear’ your sheer joy of your great achievement πŸ™‚πŸŽ„

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Gran4z

Thank you! Cant believe I was actually smiling as I was running :-)

Jamohanlall
JamohanlallGraduate

Congratulations!

LC07
LC07Graduate

Well done on completing the programme and at a fantastic pace at that.

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to LC07

Think I've just about recovered :-)

rpp1986
rpp1986Graduate

Congratulations!!!!

2flatfeet
2flatfeetGraduate

Brilliant!! Well Done You!!!! Wear that graduation grin with pride!!!

Hope Snowgdss recovers soon but in the meantime she can enjoy the bubbly and bask in your glory, cause it’s the understanding and encouragement of our other halves what’s helped us all get here!

Happy New Running Year when it comes!πŸΎπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ŸπŸ‘ŸπŸ‘Ÿ

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to 2flatfeet

Thank you! I'm looking forward to changing my route now. I think Snowgdss is just looking forward to getting foot sorted out!

Debston
DebstonGraduate

I'm a bit late to the party but massive congratulations and woohoo! 🎊 πŸŽ“ πŸ₯‰

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Debston

It's never too late to party ;-). I'm still amazed lol :-)

Speedy60
Speedy60Graduate

Congratulations and well done. πŸ‘πŸŽ‰πŸ‘πŸŽ‰πŸ‘πŸŽ‰. Sorry I'm late to the party, I've been having a slightly enforced party of my own for the last week.

Looking forward to getting some normality back into my life.

RunningMigster
RunningMigsterGraduate
in reply to Speedy60

I hear you. I'm well overdue for a run, but I just cant seem to find the right moment :-)

Leosmit
LeosmitGraduate

Missed this as haven’t been on phone much over Christmas, so a belated and sincere well done!! You posts really encouraged me during the first few weeks, so thank you for that. Keep running and keep posting - I’m week 8 ( slow progress, hard getting out with kids etc) but determined to get there. Well done again!

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