Inktober day 8, ‘frail’. Which is not a word that comes to mind when seeing Julia ‘Hurricane’ Hawkins, a 103 year old runner and winner of the 50- and 100-meter dashes at the National Senior Games this year. An inspiration!
No drawing about day 100, the marathon was a rather overwhelming event, I wouldn’t know where to start drawing! My run went well, I finished in 4:47:06. It wasn’t easy, a lot of struggling occurred near the end. But
I tend to pack to much anywhere I go, but this time it is crucial to limit the amount of things I take, because I have to carry it for roughly 50 thousand steps. Choices, choices…. Tomorrow this time
Those last few days are definitely the hardest of the entire 100 day training plan! I want to run, but feel chained down! Gah!
Well, my training plan wants me to rest, but at least I can run in my dreams! Which I actually do, by the way. Now let’s just hope I don’t actually move my legs like dogs sometimes do when
Yes, it was tempting: leaving my watches (I have two, I love statistics) home and just run for a bit longer than those 12 minutes I am supposed to run. But then, I’ve followed this 100 day training plan
This didn’t really happen, I just thought it was funny. Though there actually is a group of blind runners here in town, they run with seeing buddies, who warn them of upcoming obstacles. They even run races!