Well, having started W4 with the voices saying "This is going to be so tough, you're really going to struggle", I ended run 2 on a huge high as I proved them wrong and finished strong. However, I also finished with a bit of the sniffles, which combined with the Hogmanay celebrations, developed into a full blown cold. Suffice to say, the only thing running yesterday was my nose and this morning, when I expected to be jumping out of bed and kicking W4 into touch, I'm feeling really poorly and the voices are back saying "See, told you, you're not a runner, that high was a one-off and it's going to be as tough as ever when you get back out there".
So, all you supportive run-buddies and graduates out there, is there a turning point in C25K when you stop feeling negative with self-doubt at the start of every run? Should I just have gone for a run this morning after all even if I was a bit under par?
And any advice on how to banish the 'voices'?