Juneathon day 22 – reassessing my goals

I forgot to post my totals yesterday. Last week was poor on the running front, with just 14km logged. With all the other activity taken into account, the Juneathon totals so far are:

  • Running – 71km
  • Strength/core sessions: 4hrs
  • Crazy dancing to 80s hits: 2hrs
  • Walking – 4km
  • Cross-training (bike) – 30mins
  • Missed days – 2

Now, I think I need to be realistic about that goal of hitting 100km this month. I’m off to Glastonbury on Thursday, so I’ll be missing a whole weekend. I can probably squeeze in two or three runs before I go (including a long run on Wednesday), but I think it’s likely I’ll not hit that target. 

It’s ok though. Juneathon has not been a total bust and it has certainly kept me on the straight and narrow on days when I would have otherwise sacked it all off. And a run total in the 90kms will be pretty good.

Today was a proper stretch session to help ease my slightly achy post-10k muscles, with a bit of core thrown in for good measure.

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