Now What Have I Done !*!*

Now What Have I Done !*!*

Only gone and registered for an 8.5 mile run at the end of May in Sutton Park - despite the fact that I had to walk for four minutes this morning on my 5k run!

Need to think about extending my distances now. Three miles to eight is a bit of a jump - but I can always use the Galloway method.

I must say this running lark can make you do very strange things. Wish me luck

The picture is the walk back to the car, beautiful sun rising on a crispy field. I suppose I could say my rash action was the result of sunstroke :-)

[Plus postscript to Friday's non-stop run - the lady I accosted in the car park to take my picture turned up this morning at the post-Boldmere Bullets run. What a small world. She recognised me as the strange happy lady who had just completed 5k non-stop on Friday.]


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8 Replies

  • Good on you! And plenty of time to increase your distance.

  • Wow, how exciting for you! Yes plenty of time to train, and walk run is always an option. Best of luck with it all. Love the picture too x :-)

  • 8.5 MILES??? WOW! Start training immediately and you'll be fine. That's 13.5K. I've only ever done 12K and I'm sure with some adrenaline I could manage the full girth that is 8.5 miles. But slow speeds are the key. Good luck!

  • Lovely photo - and great ambition. This running makes us all nuts!

  • well done,plenty of time to train and get ready :D sunstroke , the addiction to running and anything else we say when we do these things lol

  • Brilliant, you can do it, just plan your training and do each run knowing it's one step to that goal, and what a lovely picture :)

  • Aim high! It gives you a great goal to strive for. I like the pressure of signing up for something on a whim.

  • You crazy runner you! Slow and steady, bit by'll get here x

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