I was going to be fit when I was 40; didn' make it. I was going to be fit when I was 50; I didn't make it. I was going to be fit when I was 60; still didn't make it. So I waited till I was 66 and thought I'd better do something serious about it. 2 months ago this huffing and puffing granny just about managed W1R1, 2 and 3 with some walks where I should have been running and today completed the programme with 3 x 35 minute runs this week. What a feeling. I plan to celebrate with Wine and Brie, I am in France (after the water and banana) and consider "What Next". I have no idea how far my runs are but not really bothered about that. So thank you for the support from this forum and keep on running!


Featured Content

Join the NHS Weight Loss Plan

Join over 40,000 others on our 12-week diet and exercise plan. Keep motivated to develop healthier eating habits & get more active.

Get Started!

Featured by HealthUnlocked

11 Replies

  • 🏃🏃🎉🎉brilliant, well done 👏👏

  • Thank you

  • Well done! Don't ruin it all with wine and cheese - have it in moderation!

  • I'll try, thank you.

  • That's fantastic, well done you!! 🎉🎉 there is a 10k and beyond one I think, but for now, enjoy being able to do you 35min ones, and the wine and brie😆 🌸

  • Thank you so much.

  • Wow what an inspiration you are!! Well done and thanks for sharing your success story :-)

  • Thank you very much.

  • Wow, your family must be impressed! Congrats!

  • Yes I am and so are my family, marathon, bike rider and now stair climber? son in Kuwait and kettle bell star daughter back in England, worried husband, who firstly told me to stay near houses in case I needed help and numerous grandchildren who always said I would do it. Thank you.

  • Well i have just read about your success. I fell off the bandwaggon in Nov and cant get going again.  Lost 20lbs put back on 8.   Iwill try again..

You may also like...