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C25K - Week 2

Monday, March 18, 2013

Well, it is week 2 day 1, and of course, it is raining again. At least I have Plan B figured out, so I went to the rec center again and did the workout on the indoor track.

Is it possible that week 2 is easier than week 1 was? Or did week 1 put me in a better condition and I was more ready for week 2? I don't know, but it seemed easier to me. As a matter of fact I finished and was like -- why did the music stop ... shouldn't I have another set?

I didn't even have an asthma reaction after this one -- yay. No shin splints, so happy about that too. I do seem to have a pull in my groin area, either from running or from some of the strength training exercises I did this weekend.

Week 1 completed, and week two started! Yay!

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  • v FUZZIEBEAR3
    W2D3 complete. I think it is getting harder, not easier. I kinda don't want to continue with this.

    Distance 2.08miles
    Time: 29:14
    Moving avg: 4.3nph
    Didn't track the steps today


    1194 days ago
  • v FUZZIEBEAR3
    W2D2 complete. Running outside. It seemed a little harder than D1, maybe it is harder to run outside because of the slight hills and the wind. I did use my inhaler today to breathe easier.

    Stats:
    Distance: 2.15 mi
    Time: 29:29
    Moving avg: 4.3 mph
    Steps: 4139

    I see from last week's stats that this was a little farther, a little faster, a little less time, and a few less steps. I think those are all good. (But really it is just a slightly different program).
    1196 days ago
  • v SNOW_LEOPARD_74
    Congratulations!! Doing great!!
    1197 days ago
  • v MALAMI518
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    1198 days ago
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