It was time to s*** or get off the pot. So I decided to take a big one.
Thanks to Capsulejay and RunRunRosie, I’ve registered for a marathon to run with them. Gulp. This is the first weekly overview of my training.
Well, I did it. I registered for a real, full, 26.2 mile-long marathon. The Publix Atlanta Marathon to be exact. March 1, 2020. 25 weeks from now. Or rather, 25 weeks from last Tuesday. Which may mean it's 24 weeks now. I don't know. It's 6 months away, or as Siri...
After running 200 miles in my first pair of no-tie Lock Laces, I am never going to tie my running shoes with normal shoelaces ever again.
Pretty much any kind of progress you want to have in your life is precipitated on you having enough discipline to work at it.
After two months of running every single day, I learned a lot of lessons, but the primary one that stuck with me is that I don’t need to run that much.
Yes, real runners take walk breaks. Walking and running use completely different muscles.
Do you need a GPS watch to run? That depends on why you go running.