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  5. Hi, I failed to do the 20 minute non stop run, was going well up to now. Do I just move onto the next session or try it again. Thanks in advance for your help Jack
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  8. Here are the 7 best fitness tips : 1. Find Your WHY (Burning Desire) Do you know your reason why? It’s your reason why that spurs you to action and keeps you from quitting. If your reason why isn’t big enough, you’ll stay on the couch, or at least go back to it after a few weeks. Find a big enough reason why and you’ll push through to success. Do you know your reason why? Well figure it out! 2. Eliminate Negativity (Yeah, People, Too!) Sadly, some of the biggest obstacles to overcome when trying to make positive changes in your life are your friends and family. They have many reasons, I’m sure, from trying to “protect” you or your self-esteem to trying to sabotage you out of fear because if you make all these positive changes you might just leave them behind. 3. Hit The Big Compound Movements Compound movements give you the most bang for your buck, whether you want to jack up your metabolism so you burn tons of calories and drop fat, or you want to add pounds of muscle mass and reshape your body. This means stay away from the isolation work, whether it's concentration curls with a dumbbell. Focus on the big movements. Movements like the following: All kinds of squats and lunges Dips, Pull ups and chin ups All kinds of push ups Standing presses Kettle-bell or Dumbbell Swings Turkish Get Up Kettle-bell or Dumbbell Snatches All kinds of dead lifts All kinds of rows 4. Quality Over Quantity It’s not about how long you workout but about how smart you workout (and yeah, hard too, although you don’t want to go all out all the time, hence the smart). Don’t just go into the gym and run yourself into the ground for two hours (or do something really crazy and stupid like pedal the stationary bike for two hours while reading a magazine without even breaking a sweat) 5. Find Support Most people are much more likely to stick to something when they have the necessary support from others. Sadly many people in our lives are our worst enemies when we want to change ourselves and our lives for the better. Tell them to shut the F up and find real support. Yes, even online works if you don't have anyone in life that is supportive of the changes you are trying to make. Forums, blogs, email newsletters, social media, these can all be places 6. Get Stronger Even if your goal is to “tone up” (no such thing) or lose fat, you still need to get stronger. It makes everything easier. Strength is the starting point for everything you do in everyday life, not just in your workouts. If you want to get out of that chair you better have the thigh strength to do it. You can't even press down the gas pedal without some level of strength. When training, no matter your goals, don't forget some strength training. 7. Read a eBook eBooks are a good source of knowledge. Nowadays physical books are getting old and so the shift to digital Books/eBooks is necessary. eBooks are very interesting and provide a new way of thinking. If you don’t have a eBook, don’t worry. I managed to get you the eBook Fitness Hacks To Transform Your Body worth $20 for Free. This Book contains 52 Tips and Secrets to ensure your Fitness Goals. As you know Knowledge is Power Claim it now
  9. Hi all I am in my 6th week of C25K...and I find it amazing as to how I am developing my strength and Stamina to jog, almost 5 days a week with the help of this Fantastic app....i am sure i am gonna see wonderful results on my body once i am through my Week 8 and going forward
  10. You can do it!! One day at a time.
  11. My son is 5 months now. The last I checked I weighed 176lbs and that was when i was 6 months pregnant, I think I have gained more. My son is still breast feeding too. I was a runner prior to falling pregnant. I tried to run during the pregnancy but I couldn't, it was too painful. 5 months later I ran 5Ks and my pelvic was acheing so much. But I wanna try again I need to lose the weight. I have tried hiit and other forms of exercise and I am not seeing any results, so i am going to run
  12. I could run 10ks and started with C25K, I could do 10K within 1h20. I never did any running during my pregnancy, anytime I tried I woul have pelvic pains. I still have these pains postpartum. I wanna run again, how do I even get back I am so scared. I am doing my first run tomorrow
  13. I realized yesterday that this app does not prepare you to run 5k/3miles; it prepares you to run for 30 minutes, and it assumes a 10-minute-mile pace. That is a pace too fast for most beginners. I don't really have a question, just wanted to express my annoyance. At my current (very slow) pace, it will take me 45 minutes to run 3 miles, but the app abandons me at 30 minutes.
  14. Not sure if this is still of interest after more than 2 years, but if your chest and triceps muscles are all sore, I'd wait until they aren't anymore+2days. And reduce volume by a third at least if not 50% and restart from there. Moreover there are quite good info out there on push-ups for beginners (e.g. kneeling push-ups or push-ups with elevated hands) and how to progress, e.g. on YouTube. But most of all, never neglect perfect form. For example ALWAYS depress your scapula (i.e. shoulders max away from ears) otherwise all lights are green for bad ass longlasting shoulder injuries...
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  16. Can I track other walks or only when I’m working on the days? I start day one tomorrow but today I took a two mile walk and was wondering if I can track that here as well..
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  18. Did this get resolved? I purchased the pro version specifically to be able to see stats
  19. There are many ways to lose a lot of weight fast. That said, many diet plans leave you feeling hungry or unsatisfied. These are major reasons why you might find it hard to stick to a diet. However, not all diets have this effect. Low carb diets are effective for weight loss and may be easier to stick to than other diets. Here’s a 3-step weight loss plan that employs a low carb diet and aims to: significantly reduce your appetite cause fast weight loss improve your metabolic health at the same time See More: weightloss.tophealthcare.club
  20. I've search but found nothing! If I start my outdoor run activity on my apple watch, then start the C25K pro app it kills the Activity. Anyway round this? Thanks
  21. on your phone go to the app change to the day your on and then look on your watch it should now match :)
  22. I’m about 40 lbs overweight and started week 1 day 1 today. I like the suggestion of repeating week 1 or parts of it I will certainly try that.
  23. OMG... I am basically you plus 3 kids! I even work for a County Office of Ed! I just started the “running” last week. I was walking 3-4 miles a day all through the month of May because I was scared of starting all gung ho and getting injured and quitting. During that month my knees started popping, so I bought new shoes and several knee braces to figure out which worked best for me (physix gear compression sleeve). With the running, it’s only been a week but so far the thing that helped is something I learned going through the divorce - EASY DOES IT. You know those old geezer runners you see shuffling along? Yeah, that’s going to be me right now, enjoying the fact that I’m doing something good for myself and bumpin my Pandora “workout hits” playlist. Speed and strength will come in time if we just keep going. Good Luck to you!!!
  24. I just upgraded to be able to see my stats (I'd been using the free version), but am disappointed that all it seems to show is distance and calories burned. Am I missing something?
  25. I’m a 45-year-old male who decided to wake up one day and say I want to do something about myHealth so I went to the doctor and some of the things IHeard I didn’t like I had high blood pressure and when I stepped on the scale I felt very embarrassed when the lady put it to the highest number possible and it would not even outSo I was looking at 400 poundsAnd this is the highest that I have ever been I had let myself go and I had nobody to blame but myself and that was about three weeks ago since then I’ve been walkingAnd I’m not gonna lie the first time I walked I could not walk more than 15 minutes without being out of breath or some kind of pain in my body but I did not give up now I’m able to walk more than an hour I’m doing light cardio workouts  at home I’m eating very healthy and I realize that I’m eating more than what I did before I started but is very healthy choices healthy snacks healthy meals I come to a point in my life where I said to myself if I don’t do nothing now I might not make it in  five years I want to live a longer life I want to feel good about myself when I wake up I want to be able to walk outside and not be embarrassed while  everybody’s out there having fun I’m in my house because I’m ashamed this  is a choice that I made on my own and I already lost 5 poundsAnd let me tell you just those 5 pounds I feel amazing and I want to keep on keeping on I have a lot more energy I sleep better at night I don’t wake up with headaches I wake up and I want to work out more  I’ve been looking for an app like this I have read the struggles people went through  and I can relate I have read the success stories and it is very encouraging and uplifting and it shows me that I’m not alone so I wish everyone happens on there success and health in there journey 

     

  26. I’m about 40-50 lbs overweight. I just completed week 1 day 1 yesterday. It was very hard and my legs were on fire and today they kill BUT I did it! And I know it will get easier the more I do it. I might need to repeat week 1 after but that’s fine. I’m also coming straight off the couch by the way.
  27. Hey there! I think this is a matter of your goals. If your goal is to actually run the distance of a 5k then repeating the training and working on your speed would make sense. On the other hand if what you're looking for is improving your endurance and general health, then you can perfectly continue with the next trainings increasing the time. Maybe once you achieve the 30min run, you'd like to consider working on your speed right then. I'd say choose considering your goals and how you think it'll motivate you to continue working hard! Best of luck and don't stop running ☀️
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