I did 17.97 miles last week, gradually building up distance but still experiencing issues with the foot. It is improving though. Hoping to get back to full volume training over the next 3 weeks, then will have only 14 weeks to next marathon.
Many thanks Claire for running the 2019 in 2019. I finished the year on 2,189.9 miles, it would have been more but a niggling injury held me back. I took a few weeks off running in December and the injury seems to have gone. I am still taking it steady until I am sure it will not return. Looking forward to a better year in 2020.
Not been on much since the "update", and can't see that changing, so I think I shall stick to the challenges and games over on Fetch, plus with it automatically syncing with my garmin as well nobody has to manually make the graphs.
Good luck to all in 2020, hope you reach your targets.
OK, it's that time of year again. Who is up for the challenge of running 2020 miles in 2020?
So far, I have myself, double5 and winnet signed up.
It's a leap year so that will make the target daily mileage 5.52 miles, or 38.63 miles per 7 day period.
As for previous years, reporting day is...
My running (slojog/fastwalk) log used to be on this forum until it was deleted in the update. By way of compensation I have restarted it here. Unfortunately it will no longer have the statistical figures for past years. Starting mileage for this year until yesterday is 153. And there off.......
Do you want to motivate yourself by starting your own streak?
Maybe do at least one long run every month? Or one race? Or at least one 1h run? Maybe a certain goal-time for a given distance? Something else? :P
Post your progress here.
Last month I decided to try and run at least a sub 20:00...
My 12 year old son wants to improve his 800m and 1500m pbs. He's running fit but has just started on the track and has time to do 2-3 training sessions per week. Can anyone advise how long for example it might take to get an 800m pb down from 2min 38 secs to 2 min 30secs? Or a 1500m pb down...