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After six months Alex finally completes the Couch to 5k, but with less than two months to go, he's a way off his goal of losing 30lbs before he turns 30. more
Alex is fully recovered from his injury, but a week off the Couch to 5k programme has taken its toll. After taking two months to run 20 consecutive minutes he's back at square one. And as lockdown continues, his resolve to lose weight is tested. more
After a running injury Alex is forced to find other means of exercising, and turns to his trusty bicycle. But after a week off the Couch to 5k, he struggles to get back to running. more
Very witty, a podcast that is realistic and good for people with a weight issue who are juggling normal busy lives who are often tempted by easy food options.
Light-hearted, funny and down-to-earth podcast. Would highly recommend.
Alex’s audio diaries about tackling the couch to 5K are genuinely candid, informative and frequently hilarious. At the same time, the high production values mean this is a podcast that really sparkles. It’s like having a laugh with your mate at the pub (when we still had those). Would recommend to anyone who’s curious about what these challenges involve or someone who, like me, admires the people who take them on.
Funny, honest and a great idea.
This podcast is great to listen to as you’re attempting to get fit again in January!! Alex is naturally funny and a great, down-to-earth host of this podcast. Looking forward to hearing more!
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Run Fatboy Run launched 2 years ago and published 9 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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