Well said goodbye to W1 wasn't that bad towards the end, I did start off thinking 'ill never do this' but slowing down and running in the day certainly helped.
Began W2 today but had trouble downloading my W2 podcast, I was determined to go as my son was at nursary thismorning so just redid W1 pressing pause at the end of the runs and walks then counting an extra 30 seconds. Concentrating on this made the time go really quickly but I forgot to turn around half way through and ended up with a 15 min walk back to the car!!!
Did I do one run too many following W1? Because the last one was a killer, felt like it really shouldn't have been there.
Still drove out to hide in the country side, good job as my dog keeps crossing in front of me, we look really silly jostling for position, also my 'fireman Sam' water bottle jumped out of my pocket into the long grass/prickly bushes,
Passed a lot of runners (proper runners) and bikers, they were sooooo friendly giving me a smile and wave as we jogged by, made me think 'I want to be just like them'
I've quit everything, I'm not quitting this, I'm ready to be fit, bring it ON.
I think my brisk walking pace is faster than my jog!!!!!!