For run 3 of the week, I even took my dog for company and he enjoyed going on a faster leg stretch than usual. Extra happiness all round, so fingers crossed for week three……..
I have spent my whole life telling anyone who will listen that I am not a runner, and I have always hated running. Yet, as a 50+ year old, I have this nagging urge to be able to run
...you should not look at a challenge as a whole. Instead, you ought to set smaller goals that will eventually help you complete your objective. The same principle holds true for anyone who has ever had a fitness goal, such as running 1,200 miles a year or getting into the best shape of their life. It should be a process, taken step by step, little by little until the ultimate goal is finally attained.
Not only is the bling and the challenge a great motivational tool, i have found a new community. They can be found on Facebook and Instagram Virtual Racing UK. The ladies that run the site are super helpful and friendly and respond to queries very quickly.