This is my first and best blog post because I just completed week 5 run 3!
Since run 2 on Sunday I had been waiting with a mixture of fear and excitement about this evening. It went well up to about the 14min mark and then I got stitch and could feel blisters, but stubborn mindedness saw me through to the end-that and Laura of course
Before I started the plan I really couldn't run down the street and nearly gave up at week 3. But i'm so glad I carried on, plus i've dropped over a stone and seeing as though i'm getting married in 7 weeks that's only a good thing. At 6 foot 1 I had always convinced myself that I'm a swimmer not a runner, my body's not designed that way-no Amy you're a runner too!
Advice to anyone that is about to go and W5R3-I ran the same distance as I did for the W5R2 even though there are no walking sections. That shows I slowed the pace right down so that I would last the full 20mins-take it easy!