One of the things I love about c25k is that it pushes you at the most perfect rate. The beginning week was walk 90 seconds, run for one minute. Toward the end of the week I could feel my endurance kicking in and I was ready for more, this week as I started the new workout, which is 90 seconds of running to two minutes of walking, it pushed me to my exact limit. I try to make a point of doing sprints in my last interval, and I can tell that I'm getting stronger and faster.
A note: While I commend anyone who gets their ass out of bed to be at the gym by six in the morning, I have to admit, I'm puzzled by the large amount of denim present at ORC. I mean, if you're committed enough to wake up that early and get to the gym on an icy morning, aren't you committed enough to go get a pair of four dollar sweats at Wal-Mart? Multiple people rocking jeans. Very weird. Also, an old lady who sits on the bike and pedals pretty slowly while she reads a church book and eats an apple. Old people gym-goers are the best.
After lunch was when things started to go a bit haywire. I was starving (and granted I still had about 1,000 calories remaining for the day, so I'm probably still ok, though I didn't bother tracking) so I ate a bowl of rice krispies with raisins and almond milk (not filling, plus, full of HCFS. Boners.) then I ate a bowl of butternut squash with lime juice. By the time I got around to actually making dinner I wasn't starving.
I only ended up eating a half bowl (the picture is Vegs') because I was so turned off by the tofu, which means I was hungry about an hour later. I put a little agave and cinnamon on brown jasmine rice and added almond milk. I would have been content with just that this evening. Oh well.