To be honest, it doesn't look that demanding.
The only thing i'd struggle with is the amount of pull ups. The entry tests don't look that hard either.
What are you doing at the gym?
I can't see the point in doing concurrent programmes.
Ye I see your point thats why I'm thinking against it, I was just trying to fnd running routines but stumbled across that. Because like the couch to 5k and things like that looked a bit boring/easy, at first was wanting one which had some days jogging, some days HIIT etc.
At the gym I'm doing 4-5 day splits really.
The thing is if I did just that programme on its own I'd have so much spare time because I'm off all summer, If I get up at 6.30/7.30 and do the runs, I'm back before 8am and doing some push ups and sits up I can be done for the day by 9. So not going the gym in the evening etc. I think would bore me a bit.
i've never followed a regime but i've heard that most people fail at fitness regimes at about week 3.
if running 2 miles seems such an achievement probably you'd struggle to increasing distances of the program.
i think you'd be much better off running for a certain time three times a week. 20 mins may be a good start.
also take an mp3 player so you can listen to music, stops you getting bored.