Your running resolution for 2007

... and your non-running resolution

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01/01/2007 at 18:44
Start using a heart rate monitor and resist the tempation to race so often , with a view to hopefully recovering properly and setting a pb of sub 1.40 for a half marathon
02/01/2007 at 09:49
Running:

To complete the London Marathon in 5-5.15 hours by:

completing 4 shorter runs and 1 long run a week, gradually increasing mileage!

Non-Running:

To stop being my own worst critic

Worrying

Reacting badly to others stinky attitudes

To complete an massage course

I wish everyone loads of luck with theirs! xx
02/01/2007 at 10:26
Acknowledge I have a drink problem and sort it out.
17/01/2007 at 11:18
Ah stuff it. I want to know who's slipped already. C'mon fess up.
17/01/2007 at 13:38
I have resolved to run a thousand miles this year.

In 2006 I felt my running had gone backwards and my times were getting progressively slower. When I sat down to work it out I found I'd clocked about 550 miles on the Garmin, a lot less than I'd thought.

Took advantage of the Christmas break to build my mileage back up and am doing ok so far, but am aware I need to aim for at least 100 miles a month to get ahead of my target and allow for downtime through holidays, injuries, colds etc.

My non-running resolution was to expand my musical horizons by not buying any more compilations or CDs of albums I already own on vinyl and trying some more current acts.
wcz
17/01/2007 at 18:02
I want to meet you and your country (I'm from Poland) by starting in the largest number of events.

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