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When I first started using this app, I was the same. I would get to run 6 and only complete half, then I would skip 7 and 8 because I just couldn't do it. Today I just finished week 6 day 3, which is running for 22 minutes straight. It's up to you whether you want to repeat days, but I never did. I just kept moving forward. I'm not going to say that it gets easier (maybe after you complete the challenge), but it so worth it. Just remember why you decided to do this and stay focused. And try to push yourself a little further each time you run. I never thought I'd ever be able to run for 1 whole minute, but now when I look at the time and it says that I have 3 minutes left, I think, oh that's nothing, so your mentality will definitely change.

Keep up the good work! You can do this!

Wendy

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Hence the couch to 5k....everyone's pace and progress is different, question is....how do you feel?  Motivated ?  I think your decision to quit smoking is spot on, and to further that you want to run.....excellent choice!  Your life is in your hands and I am quite proud of your progress!!!!!! Waddle on my friends! 

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