N2R W2D2&3, W3D1

Three in one again, and lessons are still being learned. W2D2 was not great as I was trying for speed, so I went back and listened to Mark Kennedy’s tips (nonetorun.com) and one of them is to keep it slow if necessary. So I stopped telling myself to speed up, to take the running at a comfortable pace, and without that pressure the last two runs have been great.  Continue reading “N2R W2D2&3, W3D1”

N2R W1D2, W1D3, W2D1

So here we go, three posts in one on the graduation day to week 2. Right now we are running at home. The advantage is getting the feel of the same track which hopefully makes it easier to register some progress. We are lucky enough to live out in the countryside and we can run from the front door. And with the lovely late autumn weather here in Brandenburg, the colours are an added bonus. Continue reading “N2R W1D2, W1D3, W2D1”