- Run 3-4 times each week. YES!
I continue to run 3-4 miles during the week trying to vary my running courses.
- Continue the long runs on the weekend. YES!
But not as long since I was tapering and then just beginning to train for next one.
- Run a 5k race under 29 minutes. YES
It wasn’t a PR but it was faster than my last few 5ks.
I just ran this one for fun and it was.
- Run a 10K race under 60 minutes. YES!
- Finish a half marathon under 2:25:00 NOPE! But close.
- Do some yoga. NO! 😦
- Start doing planks again. Not really. 😦
- Continue running with a group. YES!
- Walk 70,000 steps each week. YES!
My FitBit has motivated me to take the stairs at work and walk at lunch most days.
- Pick a spring half marathon. NO!
But I did register for another winter one (EAU Palm Beach on Dec 6).
I registered for NYC on March 20 but I don’t know if I’ll get in.
I will also try to get into Brooklyn on May 14 (registration doesn’t open until Jan) as well as VCM (if AJH wants to run the relay again.)
- Run at least 85 miles. Nope! But close.
- Start a knitting project. Nope not yet.
- Went to NYC with my tennis friends.
We walked the High Line and saw the Carole King musical Beautiful.
- Had a nice time touring Brooklyn before and after my race.
I walked over the Brooklyn Bridge and visited Prospect Park on Saturday.
After the race, I spent the afternoon on Coney Island.
- Volunteered with the STEM program again.
I run with Kelly after work on Wednesdays. She is going to do great in her first 5K.
- Spectated at a Duathlon.
I was my 4th time watching AJH compete in this race and I enjoyed it. If it were warmer, I would have enjoyed it even more 🙂
- Walked over the Walkway Bridge with my college BFF.
After meeting at the Clark Institute in September, we decided to get together more often. Unfortunately, my other college friend fell and broke her ribs & collar bone biking and couldn’t come. I’m glad we chose to walk instead of bike. The day turned out great.
- Saw my Mentee’s son.
We went to Ellms Family Farm which has become an annual fall tradition for us. (Unfortunately his mom had to work.)
- Ran a race in NYC…finally!
It started at the UN and 3.1 miles later, I crossed the NYC Marathon finish line. What a great experience.
And got to run around Central Park on a beautiful fall day after the race.
- Run 3-4 times each week.
- Continue long runs on the weekend.
- Run a 5k race under 29 minutes.
- Run a 10K race under 60 minutes.
- Run a 15K race under 1:35.
- Start going to the gym once a week.
- Do those planks!
- Continue running with a group.
- Walk 70,000 steps each week.
- Run at least 80 miles.
Happy Running! How was your October? Anything interesting planned for November? Do you have something to Runfess?