Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Another Six Mile Run on Janathon Tuesday 18th January 2011

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 I enjoyed today's run far more than yesterdays. I did the same distance 6 miles but whereas yesterday was a trial and I wanted to stop today I felt I could run even further. Why should that be? I have no idea,the weather today was cooler and bright and I did manage to get my run in a little early than yesterday so that would be a part of it.  Time seemed to fly by and I didn't look at my Garmin until 45 minutes and 5 miles had passed by.

I only meant to do 4 today so I am up on my weekly target of 32 miles  with just 20 miles to do over the next 5. I have a busy few days so having the miles in the bag should pay off as I do some shorter runs starting tomorrow.

 Thanks Maggie, Lena (fellow Librian) ,Ian, Martyn,Stan,Shaz,and Kenley for stopping by and commenting on my blog over the last couple of days. Its always good to hear from fellow runners. Regardless of whether I do manage to complete the Janathon event and succeed in running every day in January it is this contact and the  sharing of  thoughts and progress that makes it all worthwhile and feel like a community. Keep on running.

Day 1 - 5 miles
Day 2 - 5 miles
Day 3 - 4 miles
Day 4 - 4 miles
Day 5 - 3 miles
Day 6 - 2.52 miles
Day 7 - 7 miles
Day 8 - 3.5 miles
Day 9 - 2 miles
Day 10 - 4 miles
Day 11 - 4 miles
Day 12 - 8 miles
Day 13 - 3 miles
Day 14 - 4 miles
Day 15 - 3 miles
Day 16 - 4 miles
Day 17 - 6 miles
Day 18 - 6 miles

Total 78 miles

12 comments:

  1. ..and day 18 is done. Sounds like it was fun if you didn't look at your watch until 45 mins in. Enjoy tomorrow.

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  2. no problem on visiting the blog! Its a good read!

    Ive introduced swimming into my training plan so you may want to included that if you cant run. But by the sounds of it you can keep on running!

    Great work!

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  3. Yep... love dropping in and reading what you've been up to. Definitely a good run if you don't look at your watch until you're nearly done! I love those sort of runs! Keep up the good work... we're over half way! yay!

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  4. we are well over half way now, and you're doing great. nice gentle increases, help prevent injury.
    Thanks for your tips on my weight quandry, I checked out that website and feel a little better. Thanks

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  5. I just discovered your blog recently and was happy to add it to my list of fellow runners. Running every day for a month is a tough goal, at least for me, so I wish you the best.

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  6. You are doing a fantastic job with all these consecutive runs. Great consistent mileage. How is the PF holding up?

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  7. THanks thereisasixpackunderhere

    yes it doesn't happen that often must be my biorythms or something!

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  8. Thanks Martyn I am sure the variety offered by swimming as well as running is better for you - if it comes to it I will don the trunks !

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  9. Cheers Maggie is it to early to say the end is in site, Yes of course it is !

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  10. Thanks Lena if I can be so bold as to say you have a fine figure which 99% of the population would die for!

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  11. Cheers Michael glad you have found my blog and I too yours , thats the beauty of this Janathon thing

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  12. Lindsay always good to hear from you. I am pleased to say I am pain free and no problems from the pf the only way is up!

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