When I failed to get into running, it was only when I set and achieved some basic goals that I got hooked. On and off over a few years I tried to get into running, it never felt right. Without any clue what I was doing, I threw myself into it. I suffered the pain…
10min warm up, 4x 4min with90sec rest, cool down. Felt really good tonight.
Found this quite hard to slow my pace and HR down. Actually enjoyed this this though and relaxed into a pleasant run.
Well this crept up on me. 30 minutes of kettle bell, dumbbells, planks, floor stretches, jumping. My only exercise for months is running so this came as a welcome change. Bet I’ll say different in the morning.
Run Aintree was my first ever 10k race. In fact, other than the park run last weekend it’s my second organised event.