My January runstreak lasted 17 days before I had to give in to particularly nasty combination of long work days and dangerously slippery walkways around my flat. I managed to pick things up again for a bit while on holiday in Philly (running with Momo is huge fun!) and I felt proud of having cracked the century mark for the first time in my years as a runner.
Entirely by accident, I came across the 8 Bit Lane that Disney have set up at the Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane in London to promote their new flick “Wreck-it Ralph” via good old Twitter. And as I’d planned to head out on one of my favourite runs in London – Tower Bridge to home – I thought I’d combine the two.
7°C and foggy drizzle. 9 miles, 1h18m24s, 8m42s/mile – via Strava
After my first British Military Fitness session yesterday this was never going to be a fast run, but I am super chuffed with getting to the 9 mile mark, racking up 25 miles on the Strava Run Base Mile Blast and for keeping the Janathon runstreak going for six days now.
That said, I don’t think I’ll be able to move my arms anytime soon…
6°C and sunny. 6.2 miles, 52m36s, 8m32s/mile – via Strava
A beautiful, sunny day in London today, perfect conditions to get this runstreak (or Janathon if you prefer) started. An easy 6 miles along the Thames, one of my favourite loops between Hammersmith and Barnes bridges (although more on a slight twist to an old favourite below). Great to see so many other runners out and about at 11am – and why not – it’s been a while since we had a sunny day in London.
For a while now, I’ve been playing with idea of going on a run streak. As it is the time of the year for New Year’s resolutions, I thought the time was right. So come January 1, I will attempt to run at least 1 mile a day, for 31 days. And who knows, I might keep going? After all, there are people out there who have gone for 50 days or 48 years(!).