Hi Aaron and Jason, I'm new to running myself and did my first 10K today. My initial goal was to build up the time I could sustain on my feet and I've massively improved. From about 3 mins at christmas to well over an hour now. I want to keep my running interesting and mix it up a bit. Can I do this as well and building up a weekly mileage?
Hello everyone, been lurking on here for a while picking up some bits and pieces of advice but hit a bit of a milestone today and not sure what to do.
Been running for about a month now, started over Christmas mainly run/walking about 5min/1min but today did my first non stop 5k in 29:10 today (very slow but had the best runners high!).
My question is do I carry on focusing on getting more slow steady miles under my belt or start adding some variety into my training? I started running after buying a bike and entering a duathlon while hungover after my 30th birthday. Thats in march and I want to make the most of the time between now and then.