After the shock of running 20 minutes last time I feel a complete failure not to have enjoyed W6 Run 1. It felt difficult, I felt heavy and my breathing was so terrible. I really could not get into any kind of stride or pattern of running or breathing. What didn't help was a beautiful red setter running around the park without a lead. He obviously thought he was there to have fun with me and kept tripping me up and jumping up at me (owners take note). He was extremely bouncy and wet and in the end I had to stop running on the third part and walk - his owners didn't call him back and seemed to think I had to love him as much as they did. I'm now worried I won't make it to the end of the programme - I can't visualise my running for 30 mins without stopping. I can see from the forums that this week seems to have the same theme - do you think its because we stop and start the running. Will I get there ?
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