I used to be a regular runner (25-30 miles per week) after losing a lot of weight in 2007. Then I had a baby and put on a LOT of weight over the next four years and got out of the habit of running because of a difficult pregnancy. Fast forward to Jan 2013 and my husband persuaded me to join a Bootcamp with him. We now go three times a week and do a mixture or cardio, strength and conditioning/boxing circuits. I've found I tough but it's helped me lose nearly two stones and my fitness has improved. I have been trying to start running again on top of this but I've been plagued with niggly knees (despite new trainers) and I just seem to start running and then talk myself into stopping after two or three minutes. I can't even manage a mile at the moment. I've tried C25K in the past but it bores me senseless. I'm finding it really de-motivating how much I'm struggling with it all (I'm not the most patient person - can you tell?) on the other had, hubby who has always been a couch potato decided to go out running three weeks ago and now can do six mile runs!!! Any suggestions do getting myself our of this mental negative hump???