There’s still plenty of running to do in 2016 but with all my target races completed it’s time to relax and look back on my running year. And what a year it turned out to be!
Up and down the country there are runners going out for a Thursday run with their clubs. I too went for a run with club mates tonight, along with a couple of hundred people from other Oxfordshire clubs at the 2nd of 5 “Mota-vation” races.
Four years ago I started my blogging career thanks to something called Juneathon. Both my running and blogging have gone from strength to strength and I’m really looking forward to this year’s 30 day extravaganza of “activity and excuses”.
Today was #run2workday but I chose not to run to work. Not because we don’t have a working shower but because I had a race this evening. Tonight was the second of five races set on Thursday nights between May and August across Oxfordshire. The first race, last month, was as sublime as it was ridiculous and tonight’s race didn’t disappoint.
It’s the fourth day of Juneathon and I’m still in a positive mood. I’m not attempting the truest of Juneathons (I find running everyday counter productive and doesn’t fit with my training plan or general approach to running and coaching) but I’m progressing in the knowledge that I am contributing to my running every day by following the Kinetic Revolution 30 day running technique challenge.