Kayla loves to run.
She runs 1-2km with SAAC (local running club) when the season is going.
Her best 1km is around 5:25, which some adults struggle with.
She has asked if she can come on one of my runs, as she is wanting to build up to 5km.
I decided to do 4:1 intervals with her. Run 4 minutes walk 1.
Her first run since the running season closed and we ventured out on a 3km run.
Choosing the 4:1 method we finished in 22:29mins. Which is impressive for a 9-year-old in my opinion.
Due to having to work and other commitments, we didn’t get an opportunity to go out on a run until we went on our holiday.
This run started off great.
4:1 intervals were chosen again. However this time it all went pear shape.
Apparently, the running was too long, and the walking sections were not long enough.
I knew she could do it, as she has done it before, so I’m not too sure why it failed.
During this run, we covered 2.8km in 21:40. Not quite the 4km I was hoping for, but there will be the next time.
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You are an amazing role model for your children! Love it.