Where this differs from my running so far this year is that I have only gone running in the park since my physio. This means that half of any distance I've managed so far has been run on soft surfaces. It was overuse before proper conditioning that caused the injury that put me in a darth vader boot.
As I set off from the flat I noticed that the the park keeper was blowing his whistle and asking people to leave.
Sure I could probably fit in a run before the gates were locked for the night, but I'd rather not piss off the parky when everyone else was doing their best too.
I set off along the pavement for about 400 metres when I realised I had not turned on my stopwatch.
Then I realised my right leg felt a little tight. My mind started to wander. Then the road headed uphill.
My right hip started to cramp a little.
I then realised that there was a very steep camber to the pavement. I realised when it flattened out. Hip and leg felt better.
For the rest of the run I felt fine. Well fine-ish. I got a few twinges, hot and cold, and a little tired.
29 minutes later and I stopped outside my flat.
Felt good. Non stop. Going to build up slowly till I'm up to an hour.
With running the first few minutes can really puff you out. Make it to ten minutes and you're in a differerent place entirely.
Run easy, run light. Fast is for later.