Week 3 run 1

That was a big surprise! Perhaps it was because I ran in a park near our son's house in Bradford. It was a lovely run in the sun on smooth, mostly flat ground. I ran round a lake and the sun was shining. I ran the whole course with no problems (after dreading it all week)! In fact after I'd done the cool down and Laura congratulated me I then ran again 50 yards or so just for the joy of it! I think one of the reasons it went well is that I somehow got my breathing sorted. I was also spurred on by the thought that you'd all be pleased if I did it.

In addition I have converted a friend of our son's! She's gone home to download the podcasts! She's at least half my age!

8 Replies

  • Well done you :-) a great achievement, and even an extra bit at the end for good measure.

    Good to see you are spreading the word :-)

    Have a great weekend :-)

  • Oh, how lovely it is to inspire someone else - and when they're half your age, all the better!

    It's great that you're enjoying it so much, and doing EXTRA bits!!!! :O :)

  • Greenlegs uyou really help me :-) When I'm thinking my speed is too slow I remember your encouragement and keep going.

  • I think maybe we need our own website - the slow and steadies! :D

  • Well done, so glad you are joyful too - what a difference the sun has made to our runs across the last few days ... long may it shine! Oh, and we'll be pleased with each and every run you do on the way to your graduation. Have fun, Linda :) x

  • What a joy to read your blog. You're right, I'm really pleased for you. Sounds like a lovely setting, too. :D

  • Well done you! You should be really proud of yourself :-) Getting your breathing sorted is going to make a huge difference. Keep up the hard work and look forward to the next breakthrough...

  • I am finding every-bodies support for each other blooming FANTASTIC! I will do W1R1 tomorrow. morning. (Sorting gear out today.) Thank all you bloggers for the inspiring messages you send!

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