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I am new to running. So I have started from a humble 5 minutes of proper jogging everyday in the evening. I have decided to increase my endurance by increasing 30 seconds every weekend so that I could run for 31 minutes after 1 year from the date I started runnning. My question is, should I decrease the increments or increase them or are they normal. Also, at how many minutes mark should I stop incrementing any further. Thanks in advance!

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I second using a published program. Couch to 5K is what I used when I started running 8 years ago. It gives you a set plan so the only decision you have to make is whether or not to execute your plan for the day.

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