I ran every day for thirty days!
I had hoped to get my final Juneathon run done nice and early but it was so, so hot I didn’t think it was fair to expose Hector (and my delicate celtic skin) to that sort of blazing sun, so ended up running in the evening again. It was quite lovely actually, a nice cool breeze to fend off the mugginess. I was determined to hit the three mile mark on this one to dash this two and a bit thing I’ve been doing for the past week or so.
Juneathon Day 30
Time: 28 minutes 26 seconds
Distance: 3 miles
Average Pace: 9.29
Best Pace: 7.05
I thought I should give the sit-ups/press-ups a go so did as much as I could in one go.
Totals for Juneathon 2009
Distance run: 87.23 miles
Bike: approx. 26.44 miles
Swim: 40 lengths
Walk: 11km (although I walk a lot every day with Hector, but just haven’t counted this officially)
So, what next? I don’t think I am a running streaker, I like to mix it up and follow a schedule with a bit of variety: some long, some short and this running every day thing has made me do a lot of shorter ‘just get it done’ sort of runs. I am running a half-marathon towards the end of August, so I need to work towards that. I will, however, be keeping up the sit-ups and press-ups with an attempt at 100 press-ups by the end of July. A-ha-ha-ha-ha, we’ll see!
Well done to all the other Juneathoners, it’s been fun reading about the various challenges and seeing how people have overcome life’s obstacles to get it all done.