Anyone who knows me knows I don't do 5k races. These days it's like a warm up and while the idea of a sub 30 time is nice it's just not on my radar. I prefer to just run it and save my energy for longer runs and be able to last the distance of … Continue reading RTB#17 -5k
I wrote a little while a go about my strength workouts. They are working a treat. If I miss more than one day (I try to get a short run in every second day) I actually miss it. For anyone who knows me, this is a big thing. I've never been that into gym workouts. Even … Continue reading A new routine
Love this post, so many awesome reasons. One of myfavourite…those fluffy slippers. I’d have to add the ‘long hot shower post run’ . Way better after after a minimum of 10-15km.
I’m about to start a new marathon training season! Yay!
I’ve really enjoyed this off-season and have 100% fallen back in love with running, especially without pressure or purpose. That being said, I’ve always loved running a lot of junk miles and it’s going to be hard to tone it down, focusing more on quality than quantity.
And so, here’s my little love letter to the sport, also known as 50 Reasons I Love Running:
- It’s the best way to appreciate where you are both geographically and physically
- You get to see your city in a whole new way
- Fresh air does you so much good
- You can run almost wherever you are
- It’s a great way to meet people
- Runners are an incredibly friendly bunch
- It can take your mind off what you’re stressing about
- Or allow you the time and space to process it
- It can be cheap if…
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The sub run. No,not to subway, but the running of a distance below a certain time frame. Most people when they start running eventually getting point where they want to aim for a sub 30 5k or a sub 60 10k. While I know I can do the former, it is the latter I have … Continue reading The sub 60 challenge.
This is where it started 12 months ago. Twelve months ago when I was barely running and definitely not in any kind of competitive manner. I saw the ads in the paper and said "next year I'm going to run that". If only I'd known then what I know now. That by the time I … Continue reading C2C – the one that started it all.
This time last year I made the decision to run the City to Casino. I made this pledge when I was not doing much running, or not enough to really get anywhere, and had no inclination to do other events.An 11km road race that is huge in Hobart. Popular. And fast. ~runs off to google … Continue reading Nearly time…and fulfilling a dream
The following links are too two posts I did 4 years ago after my first ever race. Something done on a whim and not repeated. Until now. I have found something I really enjoy and want to do more of, to challenge myself. RUN! Looking at the results a second time all I can say is how … Continue reading First race ever…4 years on.
It can be that simple.
Distance: 4.13km, time: 27:56, pace: 6:45min/km, speed: 8.88km/h. Yesterday's run without my support was the wrong thing to do. Stuffed today's run. Went down the hill and returned by going back up the hill. I have to learn how to run up hills! And it's not by walking them.
I ran with MapMyRun! Distance: 5.80km, time: 36:29, pace: 6:17min/km, speed: 9.54km/h. http://mapmyrun.com/workout/969936765