74 total / 0 in 2019

Neither a runner or walker but a run/walker as just starting out. Want to be able to run comfortably for at least 30mins

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Louise logged 74 miles.

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  1. walk
  2. RUN
  3. walk
  4. walk
  5. RUN
    Part Lane 2.55 mi 00:30 11:41 pace


  6. RUN
    Fitness Test Lap 1.06 mi 00:10:48 10:11 pace


  7. RUN
    Part Lane 3.04 mi 00:33 10:50 pace

    Stopped Run at 12:04.

  8. RUN
    good Charlton Lane 2.78 mi 00:32 11:22 pace

    1st run in a month after over doing it and only 20secs behind my average time so quite pleased .

  9. RUN
    good Run 2.59 mi 00:31 11:48 pace

    Gone back to my old 3 mile route as feeling too exhausted and depleted to be increasing mileage at the moment. Will stick with this distance until I'm feeling stronger.

  10. RUN
    good Run 4.96 mi 00:57 11:30 pace

    First bridge to 10k run. Need to find a better 5 mile route as I had to keep doubling back. Some twinges in right hip and groin but hoping it will settle down

    • Tamie E.
      Tamie E.

      Nice run, Louise. Hope those twinges go away! Take it easy and listen to your body!

      almost 7 years ago Like

  11. RUN
    alright Swallowfield Street 3.21 mi 00:37 11:23 pace

    Felt harder work today, but still faster than my average so happy with that :-) last run of the couch to 5k app that I've been using...5 to 10k next :-) I do believe that I am now 'a runn... read more

  12. Ok guys, one more run left on c25k and have been running for 30+ minutes for a couple of weeks now. What next? I'm on my own, no running partner or club so need something to focus on. Time or... read more

    • Dave N.
      Dave N.

      If you mean time as in "time spent running", then yes, focus on that. Don't worry about speed - that will come naturally. Just make sure that your distance doesn't increase by more than 10% over your previous week; too much risk of injury.

      almost 7 years ago Like1 person

    • Min

      Great job, Louise! Distance is/was more important to me than speed.

      almost 7 years ago Like

  13. RUN
    great Swallowfield Street 3.22 mi 00:37 11:31 pace

    Another good run, pace ahead of my average, felt good, sun shining and good tunes, yay :-) .

  14. RUN
    great Swallowfield Street 3.25 mi 00:38 11:34 pace

    Included 5 mins of walking at the start so quite pleased today. Set off at a much more sensible pace so altogether a big improvement on last Thursday's effort. Sunshine, freedom and Noel Galla... read more

  15. RUN
    Swallowfield Street 3.19 mi 00:38 11:55 pace

    Stopped Run at 11:04.

  16. RUN
    great Treadmill Run 5.77 km 00:45 12:33 pace

    7mins walking at start 1% incline on treadmill but still SO much easier than the roads, could've run forever!

  17. RUN
    good Treadmill 5 km 00:36 11:35 pace

    No walking included in my time/distance today but a little disappointed with my time. I felt like I was running faster, and no walking yet took longer to do 5k than I usually do on the roads includ... read more

    • Wanda

      Good job getting it done, Louise!

      almost 7 years ago Like

  18. RUN
    good Swallowfield Street 3.23 mi 00:36 11:08 pace

    First time out for a week due to feeling beyond tired but new best time. Wasn't trying to speed up but cut about 2.5mins off :-) walking 5mins at start and 2 mins at end as a warm up/cool down... read more

  19. RUN
    alright Run 3.23 mi 00:39 12:01 pace

    Ran for about 33 mins today, program said 25 but kept going. Running felt ok but not the most enjoyable for some reason. Coming towards the end of c25k now so wondering what next. Just consolidate,... read more

    • Wanda

      WTG, Louise!

      almost 7 years ago Like

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    • Louise H.
      Louise H.

      Thanks guys:-) would love some advice about what next... And thanks Min, will check that out :-)

      almost 7 years ago Like

    • Tamie E.
      Tamie E.

      Nice run! When I finished c25K, I started gradually increasing my running time, ignoring the distance. Since you already ran 33 minutes, you could gradually increase time until you can run for an hour or more. Your distance will increase gradually, as will your speed. To break up your training you could do some shorter runs with repeated sprints followed by slower recovery runs or walking. This helps increase strength, speed, and cardio. I am not an expert, but this is following advice from others.

      almost 7 years ago Like

  20. RUN
    great Run 3.21 mi 00:38 11:59 pace

    Woohoo ran for 35 consecutive mins and over 5k. New route with some uphill stretches too. Pace better too, allowing for 8 mins of walking. New shoes must be good! .