No ipx7 ? So splash proof, but not proper waterproof.
Apple watch is not a running watch as it has no GPS. Seems to defeat the object, it's a pretty interface to view your phone on. Version 2 or 3 might be running watches when they have built in GPS, until then no.
As you can see your plan says for those that have run consistently for half an hour for 6 weeks, you'd done 3 or 4 runs before starting it maybe you needed a slightly different plan
for example a different plan, 3 or 4 days a week you choose. http://www.halhigdon.com/training/51131/Half-Marathon-Novice-1-Training-Program
Also you should not be running these hard, if you are running say 3 days a week maybe run faster on the shortest run and ensure you slow down for the others.
Most plans have a drop back week every 4th or so ..
pso you train hard for three weeks, then when getting tired, drop back for a week, and then press on again..
if you are struggling either do a few less miles, or maybe slow down your body is still adapting, so ease back somehow before your body gives in and you get injured.
Don't know about anyone else, but I'm hopeless at sticking to things apart from my early Asics plans, I really have to find something I like and stick to it for six months to see how it works ...
come October I'm determind to find a plan for gettig me through a Spr marathon next year in a respectable for me time.
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