Can't register on Android unless I hit a back arrow 553 times Tried to register on my phone and create an account. Entered name, email address etc. Then I encountered the horrible "enter your birthday". It defaults to a calendar with current month. Only way to get to the middle of 1970 is to hit the back arrow 553 times. Ridiculdous. I gave up then tried just using current year. The app informed me that I must be 13 years old. That would require 156 back taps. No thank you. Well, I originally gave this a single star; but I was able to register from a laptop.
I was SO not "a runner".... Running has never come naturally to me, so having nothing to lose, I started C25K... I wondered if I would ever be able to run 3 consecutive minutes without dying! The app and training program are great. I started 5K210k two weeks ago and am consistently seeing gains... Never would have thought I could run 20/30 minutes... So on to the next goal!! Only withheld one star because syncing a playlist with my android has not worked out. I'd love a Pandora or Prime link in addition or in lieu of.. Thanks!
Keeps Me Motivated! The count down timer helps me to finish the task. They just need to bring back the Zombie dude! He's my favorite trainer!
Feeling the challenge, seeing the growth Never was a runner. Many years of sedentary office lifestyle. Just completed Couch 2 5k last week. Did a 6km mud run on the weekend. Started 5 2 10k this week. Already impressed at how the game is upped from the 5k and how much more I am already pushing myself, but in a manageable way. Great app.
Lovin' the programme If you've mastered the 5K the workouts probably start off a bit easier than you'd like. I've added an additional 10min of running to each rather than skip ahead. If you're fresh off the #C25k programme you're going to love the natural progression. No intimidating changes here. #5K210K is a five-star purchase in my books.
Does the trick for non-runners Good for setting a reasonable training pace for the non-runner to pursue conventional endurance conditioning. Fans of Brian MacKenzie may not be fulfilled, but it's a good app to get most of us from Saturday 5k to Saturday 10k.
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