Posted: 22/06/2015 at 12:21
Also meant to ask - at what point does running start to feel good? As in, when do you get to the stage where you can jog along happily, looking at the lovely surroundings, thinking about anything other than trying to count the seconds to the next walking break? Please tell me that stage exists?!
Don't get me wrong, I feel great after each run, but maybe not so much during them, especially the later ones! I'd love to be able to spring along merrily, thinking about other things and taking my mind off the fact I'm actually running. Right now I'm just about shuffling along as slow as I possibly can, more just hopping from one foot onto the other and hoping it counts as something resembling jogging. I actually think I walk faster in the walking sections than in the running ones.