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C25K - Week 4

Monday, April 01, 2013

Week 4

First day completed! This one included 3 and 5 minute runs. I ran in my neighborhood.

5 minutes felt like a long time at a time. But I didn't stop, I pushed through, and completed each segment. I also walked about 4 minutes extra at the end, because that was just how my loop worked out, but I appreciated the extra walking.

I may have been breathing like a diesel engine, but I didn't need to use my inhaler. It was not actually warm outside, but I was warm enough to wish I hadn't worn my hoodie.

35:36 minutes
2.73 miles
4.6 avg mph

Didn't check fitbit before I started, it might have been like 5188 steps.


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FUZZIEBEAR3 4/5/2013 1:51PM

    And ... Week 4 complete.

Nice and sunny today, didn't wear a hoodie, and even the long sleeve shirt seemed warm. Nice running and jogging, no inhaler.

32:50 minutes
2.52 miles
4.6 mph avg
4761 steps

Next week is the interesting week that ramps up for each session.

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FUZZIEBEAR3 4/3/2013 1:46PM

    Week 4, day 2 completed!

No real problems with it today, just slogging along. No pain, no inhaler needed. Surprised by how far I actually covered. I ran from my office and it is a straight out and back. I try to go out for half the segments and then back for the other half. I didn't time it quite right, I walked a little extra at the end but not bad. So I got to the 'Planes' office. I didn't realize on the way out that it was downhill with a tailwind -- return was uphill and into the wind. I think that might make a difference.

34:23 minutes
2.59 miles
4.5 avg mph
4948 steps

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TRILEMMA 4/1/2013 4:39PM

  Well done!

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