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  1. 1 point
    I would like to go out running without my phone, but Apple Watch app says week 1 day 1, but phone says week 9 day 2 of 10K trainer PRO. How can I sync these?
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    Tammy Pallotta

    New to Running

    Hi. I am a seasoned “walker”. I have been walking an hour on the treadmill elevated to level 10 (3 days per week) for about 2 years. But I have decided that I’d really like to run a 5k or maybe even farther. The walking has helped me lose about 20 lbs and feel healthier but I still need to lose the last few stubborn pounds. Hoping that starting to run will assist in that (even though the calories burned is less in the beginning, I am aiming for a bigger goal) .That said, Day 1 complete.
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    Maulik

    Completed 30 mins. Thanks C25K

    Today i completed 30mins jogging. The pace is still a bit slow. I could do 4kms in 30 mins. But still very much happy coz I couldnt even run 4 mins at start of the program. With balanced diet I also reaped sweet benefits of weight loss. Took me almost 12-14 weeks to reach 30mins. Although there have been some delays due to injury but I did not quit and hence completed it. Since my stamina was too less, alternate day jogging was not sufficient and so I used to jog daily(except Sunday) upto first 5 weeks. Also repeated the week wherever needed. Week 5 is toughest but remember not to quit and repeat if necessary. Every week seemed tough and hard to finish. But the thumb rule was not to quit and repeat until you finish a target week. Dont forget pre and post stretches at it helps prevent injury and helps in recovering. Take a break whenever legs are sore or in deep pain. Best thing about the app is its breakdown to achieve the target. Must say its very skillfully developed. Thanks C25K :-)
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    Angedy

    My lazy a$$!

    You are not giving up, just having a wee rest, once u feel better start again, but try not to give yourself a hard time, you will get there. Hope you feel better soon.
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    Jennifer32960

    My lazy a$$!

    I had to take a break from running for a couple of days due to illness. : ( I'm gonna have to start over basically. But I don't wanna give up!!
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    Jennifer32960

    My lazy a$$!

    My run went well! It hurt less than the last one! Lol That's a good tip. Dont focus on the next week just the next run! One step at a time. Happy running!!
  7. 1 point
    I was able to do the first day work out even though it was hard. But I did repeat week one before moving to week 2. So I would recommend attempting to do the workout and if you need to back off some of the runs to a brisk walk and repeat the week until you have those 8 runs down. One thing I have found is that the first 2 runs and the last one are the hardest. The ones in between are the easiest because my body is all warmed up. This will increase your stamina. I have been a walker for exercise the past couple of years so this is quite challenging. I just did my week 2 day 1 and it wasn't as hard as I thought it would be.
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    Same issue. There seems to be very little information or support on how to use the new apple 4 watch integration. If anyone from zen labs monitors these forums would be great to have a reply/guidance. I’m using the 13.1 app by the way.
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    Ksk268

    Off days

    On my days off from C25K, I have been power walking on the treadmill at a brisk pace for me about 4mph. As my c25k mileage is picking up I have found my knees getting really “tired” I don’t feel like I’ve injured them but rather just overuse soreness. Is it a bad idea to be power walking like this on the days off? Should I try a different exercise for the off days instead of walking which is using the same muscles as running??
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