Everyone on Twitter that follows me (@ac8jo) knows I've been running.  This is not a new thing to me, but unlike people like N8TFD and KB2HSH who can run marathons, I can't.

Anyway, for the second time, I've embarked on the Couch to 5K plan with the intent to prepare for the Brian Rohne Memorial Run, which is a fundraiser for a scholarship and the NKU Cross Country team (and Brian Rohne is my late older brother).

This time things are a little different.  For starters, I've looked harder at the C25K plan and realized that the times in the routines are not for me.  I run too slow for those times, so I started using the distance intervals in Endomondo Pro.  This makes things a lot harder, but also a lot better at preparing me for a 5K.  I've noticed that I'm running a lot farther during my runs.  I'm not a fast runner, but that will come in time.  For now, I'd really like to be able to nail that 5K.


Category: Running Ham

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Andrew is the owner of this blog and enjoys computer programming, building things, and photography. He's a pretty busy guy, which explains why updates to this blog are so infrequent.

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