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Missi | 24 | Taken | Sydney Australia

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Stats:

SW: 85kg (187lbs)

CW: 72kg (159lbs)

GW: 60kg (132lbs)

165cm/5'4ft

Runner | Lifter | Lover | Former Binger

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My little blog space to chronicle my journey through life with focuses on weight loss, my pin up transition, my relationship, my struggles and my triumphs.

Binge Free Periods:

5/2011 - 4/2012

4/2012 - 10/2012

11/2012 - Present

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Binging and me

Binge Free Periods:

5/2011 - 4/2012

4/2012 - 10/2012

11/2012 - Present

Previous chronic binger of 9 years

The ‘Couch to 5K’ running program for those without access to the actual app

This is the program which I used to learn how to run and I was someone who was never a runner and never enjoyed it. I thought I would share it with all the people who don’t have access to the iphone/ipod app.

Week 1:

Day 1 - 5 minute warm up, then alternate 60 seconds of jogging with 90 seconds of walking for 20 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Day 2 - 5 minute warm up, then alternate 60 seconds of jogging with 90 seconds of walking for 20 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Day 3 - 5 minute warm up, then alternate 60 seconds of jogging with 90 seconds of walking for 20 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Week 2:

Day 1 - 5 minute warm up, then alternative 90 seconds of jogging with 2 minutes of walking for 20 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Day 2 - 5 minute warm up, then alternative 90 seconds of jogging with 2 minutes of walking for 20 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Day 3 - 5 minute warm up, then alternative 90 seconds of jogging with 2 minutes of walking for 20 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Week 3:

Day 1: 5 minute warm up, then do this twice: jog 90 seconds, walk 90 seconds, jog 3 minutes, walk 3 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Day 2 - 5 minute warm up, then do this twice: jog 90 seconds, walk 90 seconds, jog 3 minutes, walk 3 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Day 3 - 5 minute warm up, then do this twice: jog 90 seconds, walk 90 seconds, jog 3 minutes, walk 3 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Week 4:

Day 1 - 5 minute warm up, run 3 minutes, walk 1.5 minutes, run 5 minutes, walk 2.5 minutes, run 3 minutes, walk 1.5 minutes, run 3 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Day 2 - 5 minute warm up, run 3 minutes, walk 1.5 minutes, run 5 minutes, walk 2.5 minutes, run 3 minutes, walk 1.5 minutes, run 3 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Day 3 - 5 minute warm up, run 3 minutes, walk 1.5 minutes, run 5 minutes, walk 2.5 minutes, run 3 minutes, walk 1.5 minutes, run 3 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Week 5:

Day 1 - 5 minute warm up, then alternate 5 minute jogs and 3 minutes walks for 20 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Day 2 - 5 minute warm up, then jog for 8 minutes, walk for 5 minutes, and jog for 8 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Day 3 - 5 minute warm up, jog for 20 minutes without walking, 5 minute cool down

Week 6:

Day 1 - Warm up 5 minutes, run 5 minutes, walk 3 minutes, run 8 minutes, walk 3 minutes, run 5 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Day 2 - 5 minute warm up, then jog for 10 minutes, walk for 3 minutes, and jog for 10 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Day 3 - 5 minute warm up, then jog for 25 minutes with no walking, 5 minute cool down

Week 7:

Day 1 - 5 minute warm up, then jog for 25 minutes with no walking, 5 minute cool down

Day 2 - 5 minute warm up, then jog for 25 minutes with no walking, 5 minute cool down

Day 3 - 5 minute warm up, then jog for 25 minutes with no walking, 5 minute cool down

Week 8:

Day 1 - 5 minute warm up, then jog for 28 minutes with no walking, 5 minute cool down

Day 2 - 5 minute warm up, then jog for 28 minutes with no walking, 5 minute cool down

Day 3 - 5 minute warm up, then jog for 28 minutes with no walking, 5 minute cool down

Week 9:

Day 1 - 5 minute warm up, then ho for 30 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Day 2 - 5 minute warm up, then ho for 30 minutes, 5 minute cool down

Day 3 - 'This is it. The final workout' . 5 minute warm up, then ho for 30 minutes, 5 minute cool down

So what are you waiting for? Go and get started!

#personal #fitblr #running #couch to 5k
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  1. dodge58 reblogged this from curvecreation
  2. misfitwayoflife reblogged this from curvecreation and added:
    Want to do this so bad.. But i live in Canada and its winter. Not the best time… Start in spring?
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  9. rolouri said: I did this last year and went from unable to complete the first day, to finishing the 5k (slowly, but with no problems). It’s a fantastic program. I suppose I should do it again, since I’m in way less shape today than I was a year ago! xoxo
  10. callmequadzilla said: Oh, I love you so much for posting this! Thank you!!
  11. um-squat reblogged this from curvecreation
  12. inventing-anew said: there’s actually a website with a chart dedicated to the c25k which has lots of handy tips for new runners on it. the app is only new! - c25k.com
  13. strivingforhealthy reblogged this from curvecreation
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