Better prepared

A quick short and sweet update.

Following on from yesterday’s blog, I jogged 10km this morning outside, in approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes, which is a only a little bit longer than the time of my first attempt of 1 hour and 15 minutes.

I had a bottle of water with me this time and I didn’t feel so thirtsy when I first woke up. However, I must admit, it was tough going.

Even though the sun wasn’t out until the second half of the jog, it was humid and it felt muggy. This morning was the first time I jogged 10km outside in these weather conditions, so I’m glad I had water!

I struggled and had to stop a few times for a quick breather; I think I may have been a bit too determined to try and beat my previous time, by jogging too fast to start with.

Ideally I’d like to jog 10km outside non-stop at least once next week.

Also, in a month’s time today, I will be doing the 10k Race for Life– so I’d better get jogging!


Happy reading and blogging,

Many thanks,

Clare Bear



One thought on “Better prepared

  1. Well done! Actually the time is irrelevant because the slower the jogging the more calories one burns which is ideal if you want to loose weight. If you find that you are getting out of breadth don’t stop keep walking until you get your breadth back. In fact I think that a combination of jogging and walking is the best exercise.

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