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March Quest: Week 1

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator

Hi runners,

February was storm after storm and left my the local trails have looked like the photo for the last week or two around here. Let’s get ready for some great spring running weather with this months quest. This is a time to set a personal goal and push our strength and fitness upward as we, hopefully, say goodbye to the storms and welcome in the lighter nights.

Lots of us will have events to prepare for as the spring running season cranks up. It’s a good time to remember the importance of cross training in reduction of injury risk too.

My goal for the month is to cross that bridge again and get back to 10k.

Sign up below for the quest and let’s continue to achieve our goals together.

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GoogleMe
GoogleMeGraduate10

Great intro to this month's Quest.

I am more than averagely excited about March this year as we are booked for an early morning visit inside the stones at Stonehenge (I think we may have chickened out of a Salisbury Cathedral tower tour on the same trip) A lot of preparation and recovery time will be needed, not to mention avoiding weight gain when I am Queen of the Premier Inn Breakfast.

My goals are:

to continue with C25K redux and specifically to complete weeks 3-5 over the month.

to practice yoga on 17+ days (ie 'more often than not')

to continue with my virtual swim down the Derbyshire Wye, aiming to achieve at least 3kms which should see me under that iconic Monsal Head viaduct

to continue with my Lent task which is 15 timed minutes a day of tidying and sorting. This may seem unrelated to fitness but in practice it doesn't half up the step count and stair count as I Put Things Away In The Proper Place.

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to GoogleMe

Nice goals... that cathedral can get busy I guess with all the interest in it from Russia 😱

Housework counts as fitness as far as I’m concerned... I arrived here because I was sweating and out of breath doing it, so while it may now be a light workout now, for some it’s an extreme one. Good for strength and flexibility too, though we may see it as the other way round.

You’re keeping busy with the formal exercises too, which is great to see... I must look into swimming more than a few times a year. Have a great month.

Buddy34
Buddy34Graduate10

Hello UnfitNoMore, my quest is to continue to run 3/4 times per week and run 2 or 3 10ks per month . Continue doing bridges and planks.

Good luck with getting back up to 10k, I'm sure your new ninja running gear will get you there 😊😊

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Buddy34

The day after completing the ninja set I went back and acquired a bright yellow cold weather top too... maybe I can work on a bumble bee look now 🤣

Loving your quest for the month, it wasn’t that long ago that 10k needed some serious training to achieve and here you are looking at knocking one out every week or two! Have a great month.

roseabi
roseabiAdministrator

Hi UNM!

I'm all about the cross training at the moment! I'm having a problem with hips, which has really slowed down my marathon training 😬 So I'm restarting my swim membership at the leisure centre, and doing plenty of short, sharp indoor bike sessions.

And I've got a new hip strength routine printed out, so my Quest is going to be to do it three times a week. This is what I'm doing (as posted on Strava yesterday), if anyone's interested:

strava.com/activities/31456...

I'll be working up to doing three circuits per session, but just doing the one circuit this week at least. It's good fun! 😊😊😊

All the best for your 10k work, and happy Questing all xxx

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to roseabi

Sorry to hear you’re dealing with a hip issue... but you have a plan in action so I’m sure it’ll be behind you in no time (the issue not the hip 🤣)

Cross training and shoe rotation reduces injuries by about 40%, or so I read... so well worth everyone taking a look at getting the training done. Hips and above are often neglected too, so I hope that your link gets many views.

Have a great month.

Grannyhugs
GrannyhugsGraduate10

Hi UNM my quest has to be to 1st choose a new name. I'll continue to work on my hills which I'm loving. Continue running alternate days as I aim for my target 500 miles (800k) over the year to represent the NC500 as I leave the Highlands next month. My alternative activities include packing up the house and getting in as many glorious cuddles from my beautiful new grandson as I can, unfortunately I'm currently 2 ½hrs away packing up said house. Happy running everyone

Aspire24
Aspire24Graduate10
in reply to Grannyhugs

Many congratulations Granny! Enjoy those cuddles 🤗🤗🤗. You’ve got a very busy month on your hands.

My quest is to get back to regular 3 x a week 5ks or more. This year has not had a good start with bugs, more bugs, storms and stressful long hours at work BUT the magnolia trees are in bud yippee and days are getting longer 👍

Grannyhugs
GrannyhugsGraduate10
in reply to Aspire24

Thank you

Runnf
Runnf
in reply to Grannyhugs

Congratulations on your new grandbaby! :-)

Grannyhugs
GrannyhugsGraduate10
in reply to Runnf

Thank you

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Grannyhugs

Congratulations! What a great reason for a name change... enjoy those cuddles and I hope the move goes smoothly.

500 miles is a nice target, I’m sure you’re gonna achieve it and then some. Have a great month.

Grannyhugs
GrannyhugsGraduate10
in reply to UnfitNoMore

Thank you, did 100k in feb so suspect I'll reach my target by autumn. Wondering grannycuddles but that sounds a bit off for a running forum. Mind you grannytobe was never anything to do with running except to make me a fit granny 😂😂

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Grannyhugs

Maybe they could just get on with it and have another baby so you can keep the name? 🤣

Grannyhugs
GrannyhugsGraduate10
in reply to UnfitNoMore

😂😂😂 poor them, baby's only 4 days old 😂😂😂

Granspeed
GranspeedGraduate10
in reply to Grannyhugs

GrannySmiles? GrannyRuns? ZoomingGranny? 🤣🤣

Grannyhugs
GrannyhugsGraduate10
in reply to Granspeed

I like grannysmiles, also thinking grannyhugs as I love baby hugs but am also generally quite a huggy person.

Granspeed
GranspeedGraduate10
in reply to Grannyhugs

Buggy or huggy or both? Don’t you just love predictive text? 🤣

Grannyhugs
GrannyhugsGraduate10
in reply to Granspeed

You'd think I'd look before pressing send 😂😂😂

Dexy5
Dexy5Graduate10
in reply to Grannyhugs

Congratulations Granny 🍾🥂

Grannyhugs
GrannyhugsGraduate10
in reply to Dexy5

Thank you

After a wet & poorly February where I barely did anything despite my lofty plans, for March I want to move at least every other day *in some way*, whether it's running or not. Eg if I am ill I'll do some gentle yoga stretches, if it's stormy but I'm well I'll do some weights, yoga or a dvd. If it's sunny and I'm well - hurrah! celebrations! - and those celebrations will be runs :-)

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Runnf

Can’t think of a better celebration than a run these days! All activity makes a big difference to our lives, but here’s hoping for a nice spring so we can celebrate in style.

Have a great month.

GoGo_JoJo
GoGo_JoJoModerator

That's weird... my post vanished...🤔

Hiya 🖐🏻

My quest is to carry on as I did in Feb with a small run at least 6 out of 7 days of at least 10 mins actual running, plus daily routines of 60 squats&crunches, planking a la ju-ju and balance and feet strengthening.

And to keep on feeling positive and better for it! 👍🏻😁

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to GoGo_JoJo

Nice routine you got there... anything frequent (and without the word burpee in) is good in my book! Loving the running plan, and hopefully the growing light will lift all our moods a little more as spring arrives. Have a great month.

ju-ju-
ju-ju-Administrator

For me, March is continuing my daily 5k's, I am going to get back to intervals now my foot is so much better. I also plan to start extending my longer weekend woods runs.

Continuing on the KB challenge and getting an established workout to reach for my goal of a pullup which at times feels like it aint never gonna happen.

Lastly, as the weather is dryer get my yoga and handstand training in... its lapsed over winter.

Finally, all being well I am off to Iceland on the 18th with my mum and I am really excited about exploring there on my runs and running on the heated pavements!!!!

Grannyhugs
GrannyhugsGraduate10
in reply to ju-ju-

Have a great trip, its phenomenal there

ju-ju-
ju-ju-Administrator
in reply to Grannyhugs

I’m so excited 😀

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to ju-ju-

I’m with you on the pull-up thing... I can still do precisely 0 sit-ups! I heard last week that just hanging from a pull-up bar is great for the needed hand arm and shoulder strength, which is something I now plan to do.

Have a wonderful time in Iceland... what a place to be running. I’m sure we’ll all have the green eyed monster when we see pics of that trip.

Nice quest... have fun on that streak and a great month.

ju-ju-
ju-ju-Administrator
in reply to UnfitNoMore

Thanks so much, and yes just hanging is a great place to start, then negatives. Good luck with your 10k this month too 😃

FatterPenguin
FatterPenguinGraduate10

Morning UNM

Now I think I am recovered from injury I'm starting JuJu's Magic 10K Plan for the third time this month. Bit nervous but intending to run 10K in May so I need to get going!

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to FatterPenguin

Good to hear that you’re all mended... have lots of fun crossing that bridge and I’ll see you on that 10k virtual startline soon. Have a great month.

Ssasqueen
SsasqueenGraduate10

March Quest

Well... I have found February tough to get out due to a mix of work, bad weather, dark nights and a niggly cold keeping me indoors more than I'd like.

My plan for March - for me it needs to be pretty specific to make sure I get it done

Sign up for Manchester 10K

Print Ju Ju's Magic Plan, put it where I can see it & tick it off as I go.

Restart Ju Ju's Magic Plan & complete to week 4

2x tourist park runs (Ideally 7th and 14th March)

1x home park run (Stamford Park 21 March)

Plan a treat for when I complete the Quest! Most probably a large bowl of pasta at our local Italian Restaurant.

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Ssasqueen

Nice quest. I’m still planning on being at that parkrun on the 21st, hope to see you, and any other locals, there.

Enjoy that journey to Manchester 10k.

Have a great month.

🍏 My goals this month are

1.to use the C25K app to do intervals to get fit to do Ju Ju in May.

2.to start planking (all exercise beside running is not exciting for me🙄)

3.continue weekly chair based exercise class where I volunteer.

4.walk on non run days

Thank you UnfitNoMore for keeping us accountable. It really helps & we appreciate all our Admin 🌟

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Annieapple

Enjoy those intervals... how wonderful to see what we’re once beasts of run/walks become interval sessions!

Planking gave me a similar sense of achievement as C25K... progress is faster than you imagine it can be... gets a little boring though so good music is highly recommended.

Love that you’ll be active every day... have a great month.

Bluebirdrunner
BluebirdrunnerGraduate10

Hi UNM, thank you for leading this March Quest and good luck with your 10k plan returning from your injury.😊

My Quest for March is to kick this plantar faciitis in to touch at long last...so I can get outside and get on with things.

I will continue with the daily yoga with Adrienne and my physio exercises and do extra strength work for my core a couple of times a week. I have joined Ju's plankety plankathon.

I am turning 60 this month and I so want to be doing so as a runner...😊

Physio appointment tomorrow, so will update with any news.

Good luck everyone let's march into March together!😊xxx

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Bluebirdrunner

Fingers crossed for tomorrow. Sound like a good active month and hopefully it’ll have some running back in it before your birthday... you’ll turn 60 as a runner though, you don’t lose that status when injured 😀

Have a great month.

Bluebirdrunner
BluebirdrunnerGraduate10
in reply to UnfitNoMore

Thank you😊 that's such a nice thing for you to say....

Feeling more cheerful. xx

Granspeed
GranspeedGraduate10
in reply to Bluebirdrunner

Good luck with that appointment Bluebirdrunner. You’ve been patient & done your part, so you deserve good news. 👍🏃🏼‍♀️

Mummycav
MummycavModerator

Hi UnfitNoMore ....I am still questing...sticking to 3 times a week on my Garmin 10k plan...and am sooooooo looking forward to some dry and sunny weather 😎

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Mummycav

I’m hitting the 10k up on the Nike 5k plan... they have a strange way of looking at things 🤣. Dry and sunny is coming... and we’d best make the most of it before it’s too darn hot!! Have a great month

Mummycav
MummycavModerator
in reply to UnfitNoMore

Hmmm, that’s very strange!! 😂

It’s dry and sunny here at the moment but I can’t run until this eve so fingers crossed the rain stays away!!

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Mummycav

Yeah... they have a hidden “get to your distance” plan (actually 2) called getting started and better athlete... but they have no specific targets, and you can just repeat them to go further. Their distance plans are all race based, so you go over the prescribed distance apart from on the marathon one. Must have a look at the Garmin ones at some point... and I need a new watch 🤣

Dry and sunny here... waiting for little miss UNM to get home though so fingers crossed.

Speedy60
Speedy60Graduate10

My March quest:

Continue to enjoy just running.

To beat my nemesis hill. I can only get half way up without stopping at the moment.

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Speedy60

Perfect quest... and as you’re enjoying yourself you have the advantage over your nemesis... enjoy kicking it’s butt and taking in the views back down. Have a great month.

Speedy60
Speedy60Graduate10
in reply to UnfitNoMore

Thank you. I'll post a picture when I've kicked its butt. It won't be very impressive, it's not dramatically steep, it just goes on for ever.

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Speedy60

They’re the worst ones... I can get up steep and short ones, but the long relentless climbs are much harder psychologically as well as physically.

WillowandSola
WillowandSola60minGraduate

My quest is to increase the intervals and up my speed for longer, Willows quest will be to slow the heck down and run for longer, 😀 I’ve just told him lol

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to WillowandSola

It’s good that he knows 🤣. Sounds like a good and challenging plan for the month to me. Have a great month out there.

WillowandSola
WillowandSola60minGraduate
in reply to UnfitNoMore

Thanks and you too, you will get back to 10k with ease and a grin i’m sure

I had to tell him it really doesn’t work me bellowing slow down Willow from behind in a public place

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to WillowandSola

Maybe get one of these amazon.co.uk/Pecute-Retract...

Or he could run like this

WillowandSola
WillowandSola60minGraduate

That’s an idea lol

February was a washout for me in more ways than the obvious! I'm still recovering from the latest set of germs passed on lovingly by the small people. So my goals this month are...

Get well!

A couple of weeks of just running 3 times a week

Restart JuJu's magic plan by the end of the week

Contine with Yoga

Continue Plankathon

Oh, and try and stay away from anymore germs!

Hope everyone enjoys the lighter mornings and evenings... Spring is nearly here!!

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Mum22boys

Gotta love how sharing these little folk are... I do miss catching every bug going 🤣

Sounds like a good month is ahead, good luck with all your goals, especially the first one.

Have a great month.

PeterBrash
PeterBrashGraduate10

The story so far...

I ran 725 km last year (not all at once) and set myself the goal of 1000 km this year.

At the end of Feb I’d managed 206 which is one more than I’d managed by the end of June last year.

For this month I’d like another 100km added to the total.

I’m ‘maffing’ too (or near enough), managed my first sub 30 minute 5k at 140 bpm today. So another goal is a 10k at 140bpm in an hour.

Good luck everyone.

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to PeterBrash

Wow... 2 months in and 2 years worth of 2019 running done, you’re gonna have a phenomenal set of stats when the fireworks bring in 2021.

Many congratulations on the sub 30 5k... and good luck with that 10k.

Have a great month hitting the 300k mark

To run between 5 and 8k 3 x weekly

To get ready for 10k in May

To attend Pilates 2 x weekly

To lose 4lb

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Morningsunshine

Nice goals... the road to that 10k will be in sight come the end of the month. 4lbs is a good target for a month too.

Have a great month

Leosmit
Leosmit60minGraduate

1) keep going with the plank challenge. I find it sooo hard, repeated week 2 (20 secs) , so will be 30 seconds next 😭😭😭😭. So for March, I reckon two weeks at 30 secs and two weeks at 40 secs. If I can do 40 secs of a plank by end of March, I’ll actually faint. 🙀🙀🙀🙀

2) keep running, 2 or 3 times a week, still around that 5, 6 k mark.

And finally, thanks so much for doing this. Keeps me accountable and focussed.

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Leosmit

I found planking really tough going in the early days... keep at it and it’ll get easier in time. Nice goals for the month... have a great one.

Annieapple
Annieapple
in reply to Leosmit

I am battling with those planks too🙈

UpTheStanley
UpTheStanleyGraduate10

Hi UNM

Away at the moment, so no questing until the 10th or thereabouts - running on snow at an altitude of around 10000 feet is definitely not in my comfort zone 😝

But targets for March are

#1 - 3.5k out of 5 on the dreadmill at 13 kph (4’36”/k pace) - up from 3 in Feb.

#2 - 8k at 5’00”/k, up from 7, preferably outdoors.

#3 - a gentle 10k, to check I can still go that far!

Onwards and upwards!!

🤣Enjoy & the runs will be all the sweeter after the 10th. I read an article that said runners should take a 2 week break from running every 12 months.

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to UpTheStanley

As always, your stats amaze me. Hopefully you’re gonna come back to some lovely running weather. Good luck with your quest, I’m sure you’ll be fine on that 10k.

Have a great month

Dexy5
Dexy5Graduate10

Having had a bit of a ski accident, I am currently on the IC looking at the beautiful mountains. So my only quest for March is to recover from a strained lateral ligament and to be able to walk before I can run. In the meantime I will continue to enjoy Colorado as best as I can while UTS and Oldgirlruns continue skiing ⛷⛷

Annieapple
Annieapple
in reply to Dexy5

Sorry to hear that! Hope recovery is uncomplicated!! 💕

Dexy5
Dexy5Graduate10
in reply to Annieapple

I think it’s just time Annie ⏰

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Dexy5

Sounds painful, but I guess there are worse skiing injuries. Get well soon... and enjoy the views.

Here’s hoping that you have a great month of recovery and are on your feet again soon.

Dexy5
Dexy5Graduate10
in reply to UnfitNoMore

Thankfully it’s not so painful after 3 days of rest, ice and elevation UNM.

EB43
EB43Graduate10

Keeping it simple so would like to get back to 3 regular runs a week and start training for HM distance (got to 19k in the summer but lost my mojo so would love to get there this year).

Annieapple
Annieapple
in reply to EB43

New year new start! That’s the joy of running...we can pick up & move on! Happy training!

EB43
EB43Graduate10
in reply to Annieapple

The Vitality running world cup is currently giving me the reason I need to get out there so using that as my pick up the bum. 😁

Annieapple
Annieapple
in reply to EB43

Love it 😊

EB43
EB43Graduate10
in reply to Annieapple

So kick up the bum reads much better than pick up the bum.......😂

Annieapple
Annieapple
in reply to EB43

🤣

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to EB43

Looks like a good time to be upping the tuning again. You’ll soon be well on the road to that 21k. Have a great month.

EB43
EB43Graduate10
in reply to UnfitNoMore

Planning to be back up to 10k by end of March and then looking at what plan might work for me. Any thoughts on good ones gratefully received.

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to EB43

I used the Nike run club one, and it got me there, I ran it over about 5 months... the maximum is 6 and minimum is 12 weeks I think. Long run for me was scheduled to get to 15 miles, because of illness and injury early on it adapted and I was under 11 miles on my longest run but was ready for race day, so I’d recommend it.

There’s also a group on the Marathon forum for spring event training at the moment, which is a great place to see what’s working for others and have a look at the many plans out there.

EB43
EB43Graduate10
in reply to UnfitNoMore

Thanks I'll take a look.

sTrongFuse
sTrongFuseGraduate10

March is quite an eventful month for me. On the 11th, it'll be the anniversary of me starting out on C25k. Given that I only need a shade over 22k to reach 1,000k since that first run, and the fact that I probably have four runs between now and the day in question, my immediate goal is to complete 1,000k in my first year of running.

After that it's really just trying to get out 3/4 a week as usual; with the culmination of the month being the Winton Trail 10k wintoncastle.co.uk/activiti... in my village on the 28th.

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to sTrongFuse

Wow, 1000k in a year is amazing, more so in your first running year. Good luck closing that out and have a great month on the way to that event.

sTrongFuse
sTrongFuseGraduate10
in reply to UnfitNoMore

I've got one of the infamous end of season 7s tournaments next weekend. Be interesting to see how I cope this time around compared to last year.

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to sTrongFuse

It’s a fast game... will be interesting to see how much difference you feel with the massive increase in endurance.

Dexy5
Dexy5Graduate10
in reply to sTrongFuse

Wow, just think how far you’ve run if you include your football too sTrongFuse ⚽️ . You must celebrate your Runniversary 🥂🍾

Hi UNM,

Thanks for the thread, please include me.

My objective is rather pressing ... run a charity 10k in Bradford on the 15 March. Plus keep up Parkruns, runs with local club etc and do 15-18K a week.

I'm start from a reasonably good base in that since C25K (completed Dec 2019) I've been consolidating. Current activity level is fine, meeting objectives above - except I am still working towards the 10k ....

Re the 10k - the longest run so far however is only 7k. I was aiming for 8k last week but because it was abroad and hotter than expected (I was still dressed for Ciara etc.) I bailed out after 5 and a bit K.

So back in UK now and going with running club tonight (will probs not do more than 6k) and hoping to do an 8k run on Thursday. After that I'm wondering about whether to do another longer one before Sunday week,.. or "taper"!!! ( is "tapering" something that applies???). Basically, should I run 8-9K a few days before or is there no benefit in doing that and it is better is to do a little leg-loosener on the Thursday / Friday???

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to RunSkippyRun

Tapering can (and does) apply to any distance of event, but only really if you’re focused on time... my 6 month 5k race plan had a very easy week leading to “race day” so I would be at the start line with fresh legs just waiting to go, of course we can run a 5k every week... same with 10k really, a HM plan would have you going over 10k every week for a good while. So taper is optional, and certainly running a long run a week before should be doable, even with a taper after it. I’d think that if you can run 8 and have had a low milage week you should be able to physically handle 10... a 9 may help the psychology side of course. A nice short gentle run on the Friday will do your legs some good.

Whatever you decide about sneaking the 9k in, relax before you go to that event start line, you can do it. Have a great month around it.

Many thanks for the detailed reply. That all sounds sensible. 😀

Gingernutter
GingernutterGraduate10

Hiya after running 50k in February as I recovered from injury i've now signed up to try and beat that this month with 'running is my happy pace' for Mental Health charity. My entry is number 75..that would be amazing to achieve in km so I'll keep my goal set on that but there is no set goal.

While doing that I also would also like to get back up to 10k so I'll be upping my km loosely based on the ju-ju- plan.

March onwards and upwards!! Xx

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Gingernutter

75k could be very doable, just have a check on your weekly milage and bear in mind the 10% rule. The month is 2 days longer so that’s an extra run which will help!

Have a great month of relaxed happy running.

Granspeed
GranspeedGraduate10

Definitely Questing in March. Got as far as 9k in February, but getting back to 10k eluded me amidst the raindrops, wind and hail. I have been shocked to discover how my stamina has dipped. 😨 So it’s still Back to Ten, plus ever more strengthening. Keeping up with the easier Planketty Plank challenge (but glad we are staying on 40 for 2 weeks 😳) and adding it into my own little set of strength & flex stuff. Found a thing called Podrunner which has lots of different podcast playlists at set bpm, so I’m trying those out for a combo of pacing and intervals. I WILL get to that bigger goal of making 10k a “normal” run - but maybe not in March. 🤣🤣🐢

UnfitNoMore
UnfitNoMoreModerator
in reply to Granspeed

“10k a normal run” that sounded so alien to me a couple of years ago... good reminder of how far we’ve come from humble beginnings.

A nice balance of cross training and running in there... and all the strengthening will reduce the injury risks. Have a great month out there.

Granspeed
GranspeedGraduate10
in reply to UnfitNoMore

Pouring rain again today, so will have to learn to take it as it comes. 🤔 Good luck with your own questing, and thanks for all the mentoring. 😊🎉

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