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Couch to 5k: Week 8, Day 1

Friday, August 27, 2010

I did today's C25K with a friend sitting on my couch chatting with me, and surprising enough I was able to chat the whole time without kealing over. WOOHOO!!

Typically, if I run the treadmill and not outdoors, I run at a 2%incline...which I kinda forgot to do today until 20 minutes in, when I realized I was running at 3%incline, which was making it a bit more challenging for me.

I was loving wearing my new Bodybugg, because I felt more sure about the amount of calories I was burning.

Apparently to lose 2lbs a week I need to be at a 1000 calorie deficit daily...so it's awesome to see it happen real time...


Today's Stats:

Distance= 4.29km
Time= 28 minutes
Pace= 6.31/km
Calories= 333

warm up and cool down= 10 minutes

Later Sparkers

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    I've been suffering from withdrawal symptoms from not reading your blog while I had limited access to internet. I'm getting my fix now! Awesome results!

    We're going to have the whole community wearing BodyBuggs at the rate we're going!
    3740 days ago
  • SUNNY1432
    That's a great time on your run!! emoticon emoticon So how are those crunches going? emoticon
    Keep up the great work and I'll try to check in more often.
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    3745 days ago
    Way to go! And thanks. I never knew about the C25 program until I read your blog. Liked it better than the "Zero to 5k" program I was already in the middle of, and thanks to your inspiration successfully ran 5km this week!
    Keep up the great running! emoticon
    3745 days ago
  • CARLA-216
    Great job!
    3745 days ago
    Need to ask, what's a BodyBugg???
    3745 days ago
    You got a Body Bugg!?!?!?!?!?!? You are sooooo lucky. I hear they are neat.
    3746 days ago
    Great job! I want a body bugg.
    3746 days ago
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