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Week 2 of C25k and new clothes

Sunday, November 01, 2009

I tried out my new Under Armour fleece pants and a tech cold weather running top today. It's sunny, about 48, and a little breezy. I'm doing week 2 of couch to 5k which means alternating 90 seconds running and 2 minutes walking. I'm pleased to say my new cold weather clothes definitely are going to do the job. I was plenty warm, so 20s to 30s should be quite comfortable if I add a jacket, gloves and head band.

It's such a beautiful day that the workout didn't even seem like much effort. I kept walking until I'd gone just over 3 miles because I just wasn't ready to stop. Fortunately my husband was enjoying his walk too and didn't mind that I kept him there longer than the 30 minutes we had planned. He walked with me for the first 5 minutes before I started jogging and then for a few minutes at the end.

We both enjoyed the colorful leaves that are still on the trees. A lot have been knocked off by wind and rain, but there are still some up. I love days like today.

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  • WILSOCA
    Way to go on starting Week 2 and for enjoying your time out in the beautiful weather !! It sounds like you're doing great !!
    My Dad is staying with us and we are currently watching the NY Marathon ... my god these people are amazing .. a marathon in less than 2 1/2 hours .. WOW they are truly amazing and they make it look so easy :)
    Have a great finish to the weekend !!!
    C.J.
    4016 days ago
  • KARRILEE
    Awesome!!! Congrats! I love fall and I am just starting the C25K program for a second round tomorrow - hoping for gorgeous fall weather to prevail for several more weeks here?! I did the C25K program a few weeks ago and ran most of it on my treadmill - so I am in need of some cold weather running gear too...

    Keep at it! You're doing great!
    ~Karrilee~

    4016 days ago
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