I've done 3 parkruns and they are great for measuring progress and seeing the wide variety of people who run. I wanted to go today, but needed a lie in since I start nights tonight, and didn't think that being awake from 7am until 8am tomorrow was particularly sensible (9am - 8am isn't much better, but hey ho!)
Well done Kate
Parkruns are great for motivation. Don't make the big mistake I made today and go far too fast at the start. LOL
keep it up and you will break the 40 mins barrier.
Peter Collins wrote (see)
Maybe, Liz, you could set about doing it....
Not sure a park run/walk/run/walk would be many peoples cup of tea.
Maybe once i can actually run a decent distance without stopping i could look into it.
Liz Diamond wrote (see)
Peter Collins wrote (see)Maybe, Liz, you could set about doing it....Not sure a park run/walk/run/walk would be many peoples cup of tea.Maybe once i can actually run a decent distance without stopping i could look into it.
Don't get me wrong i would love to have a park run near me i would be there every week. I run alone 99% of the time so would love to be able to guage my running against others and see how i am improving over time.
Just gutted there isn't one close enough
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