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Week 3 is here! That means you’ve been running for at least two weeks. You may have started to notice when you prefer to run. I liked mornings, but I didn’t like running in the dark. I currently run as soon as my husband gets home, right before dinner. It works for me. But I think later morning is probably my favorite, but it’s only possible on days when my husband is home to watch the kids. You may also start to notice that you are widely affected by things like weather, sleep and stress. I’ve found that between 60-75 degrees F is ideal for me. Cooler and my joints stiffen up. Warmer and I have trouble breathing, especially if it’s humid. Figure out what works best for your and your body, and then try to make running as easy on yourself as possible by catering to those needs.

Day 1

Running Day

Core Wake Up

Run 3 min, Walk 2 min; Repeat 6 times


Day 2

Weight Training Day

Insane Upper Body

Totally Transverse


Day 3

Running Day

Mula Banda

Run 3 min, Walk 2 min; Repeat 5 times


Day 4

Weight Training Day

Pilates in Pajamas II

Totally Transverse II


Day 5

Running Day

Vertical Core Training

Run 3 min, Walk 2 min; Repeat 7 times


Day 6

Long Cardio Day


Align It Flat


Day 7

Stretching Day

Basic Transverse & Mula Banda

Foam Roller Routine


You will probably notice that things are feeling a little more difficult this week. Running for three minutes feels like a long time when you have to repeat it six or seven times. But if you are consistent, especially with your Fit2B workouts, you will find your strength and endurance increasing. I remember feeling like my lungs were going to burst during Week 3, but you can do more than you think.

Check out Week 4 here.


Fit2B Running: Fit2B Studio Meets Couch to 5K

 Fit2B Running: Week 1

Fit2B Running: Week 2 

Don’t forget to check out the new Fit2B e-course, Experts on Diastasis Recti.

Experts on Diastasis Recti Online Course 

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