Mine is a free app called Get Running, which I found through a link from the Runners World website.
The advantage of it being an app, and not a track, is that you use your ipod as an ipod at the same time, so you can listen to your own music, and the app just tells you when you need to change between walking & running, and occasionally interrupts to let you know how far you've got.
But it looks as though for the nano you have to have it as a podcast, rather than an app.
If you google ipod nano c25k there seem to be several available.
ok after a bit of searching and updating my i-tunes so I could actually get on the apps part of it, it looks like the app isn't nano compatible..
says Iphone, Ipod touch and Ipad.. doesn't mention nano..
though the new nano is touch screen isn't it?
thank you ever so much. i tried doing the run this morning with my stopwatch but it was too dark to see the numbers.
have brought my nano to work today but left the lead at home. so i will have a go tomorrow.x
How to add mp3 files to your iPod: First save the mp3 files to your hard disk. Then open iTunes and under “File”, go to “Add File to Library”. Browse for the file and add it. Then in iTunes add the file to your iPod.