30 Day Challenge – Day 27


Hello again and welcome to Day Twenty Seven.  Up with the sparrows this morning – obviously raring to go with our run/walk training.  Pushing harder than last week.  We are going to be running for longer today.  Stick with it; you are ready for this.

30 Day Challenge – Day Twenty

6 min brisk walk:                  Start of nice and slowly and build up the pace to a strong brisk pace.

6 min run/walk:             1 min run (a nice jogging pace is acceptable) followed by 1 min walk. Continue this for the 6 min. Concentrate on your breathing when you return to walking, try and reduce your heart rate as much as possible.

2 min brisk walk:           Straight into your brisk walk pace. Concentrate on using your arms and really walking with purpose.

4 min run/walk:             As before. Try and push the run a little harder this time.

2 min brisk walk:           Walking like you mean it!

4 min run/walk:             Last set.  Let’s really push the run on this phase.  Make every second count.

6 min walk:                   Cool down. Relaxed walking, being mindful of how we are breathing. Reflect on what you have just achieved and have a big smile on your face.

Congratulation, you have completed day twenty of the 30 day challenge, that a total of 810 min of ‘me time’ that you have given yourself. You should be immensely proud of your achievements. You have only 3 more training sessions before you have completed the 30 Day Challenge.

If you are completing this challenge, please feel free to let me know how you are getting on. If you have any questions, again please feel free to contact me, either by commenting, or email me at Head4Fitness@yahoo.co.uk

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