- Run 3-4 times each week (no matter how cold it gets.) – YES!
- Walk once a day while at work.- NOT really. Walking indoors is so boring so I have really slacked off.
- Get some strength training or yoga done.- Very Little.
- Run with a group when possible. No. Only in races but signed up for a group starting in March.
- Do long runs on the weekend to train for half marathon on January 17. NA. Ran a Half Marathon and a 10K race instead.
- Complete a 10K race. YES!
- Complete a 15K race. YES!
- Complete my 10th & 11th half marathons. YES and YES!
- Run at least 90 miles. Not quite. 82. (slacked off after the half)
- I finished knitting a hat.
- I spent 5 days in Florida as part of my Race-cation – beaches, birds and good friends
- Run 3-4 times each week (no matter how cold it gets.)
- Walk several times a week while at work.
- Get some strength training or yoga done.
- Run with someone else when possible.
- Do long runs on the weekend to start to train for half marathon on April 18.
- Complete a 10 mile race
- Complete a 4 mile race.
- Volunteer at a race.
- Run at least 80 miles.
Happy Running! How was your January? Anything special planned for February?
I love your hand knit hat. You are clearly very talented at knitting! Congrats on your monthly mileage….pretty sure you beat mine. February is a big month for me with more marathon training and the Princess Half Marathon in Florida with my daughter and sister!
that’s so exciting! can’t wait to hear about it.
82 miles is hardly slacking! I was at half of that – partially due to illness, partially due to not yet time to ramp it up – now it’s time & I was just thinking how painful it was to just sit before/ after my last half – but not now! Feeling good. But it’s always easy to feel strong after slowing it down for a while.
Glad you’re feeling good. It’s quality not quantity sometimes. Enjoy your time away form the arctic chill. Let’s run together when you get back.