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Thanks for posting this. I hope it's ok sharing b210k with this program. It's not exactly a graduate program from c25k, but perfect for me, trying to run again after hamstring issues. :)
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Thanks for the info!
C25K - Running for Beginners -Co-Leader
Jackie Warner Personal Training DVD's- Co-Leader
If you are a runner, it doesn't matter how far or how fast. It doesn't matter if today is your first day or if you've been running for twenty years. There is no test to pass, no license to earn, no membership card to get. You just run." J Bingham
There has been some interest in the Ease into 10K program, which is the Bridge to 10K designed for folks who did not do the C25K program. It takes fewer weeks than completing both programs end to end.
Here are the details. You will run 3x a week.
Each workout includes a 5 minute warmup walk and 5 minute cooldown walk
Week 1 Duration: 29 min.
Run 3 min/walk 1 min Repeat x 5.
Week 2 Duration: 34 min.
Run 4 min/walk 1 min. Repeat x 5.
Week 3 Duration: 39 min.
Run 5 min/walk 1 min. Repeat x 5.
Week 4 Duration: 45 min.
Run 8 min/walk 1 min. Repeat x 4.
Week 5 Duration: 49 min.
Run 9 min/walk 1 min. Repeat x 4.
Week 6 Duration: 53 min.
Run 10 min/walk 1 min. Repeat x 4.
Week 7 Duration: 57 min.
Run 15 min/walk 1 min. Repeat x 3.
Week 8 Duration: 63 min.
Run 17 min/walk 1 min. Repeat x 3.
Week 9 Duration: 66 min.
Run 18 min/walk 1 min. Repeat x 3.
Day 1: Duration: 55 min.
Run 22 min/walk 1 min. Repeat x 2.
Day 2: Duration: 61 min.
Run 25 min/walk 1 min. Repeat x 2.
Day 3: Duration: 71 min.
Run 30 min/walk 1 min. Repeat x 2.
"Everything in moderation, including moderation."
- Oscar Wilde
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