1,000 miles in 2019 – run!

That’s me, with one day to spare and a bit of a last push in December, I managed to run 1,000 in 2019.

We were up just before day break and we ran the remaining 4.5 miles up to Maxwell Park and back.

This year I’ve run with lots of people, Eileen at the start of the year, Debbie and Fit Girl through out, the crew from BBC Scotland Runs about 16 times… this one below was when we got soaked with just 5 minutes to go.

… and I’ve also coached quite a few people too, Audrey, Lisa, Camilla, Fiona, Jen and Chloe (and Nicola with a plan). It’s been good to help others and see them achieve.

Below is my annual graph… December looks a bit silly with about 134 miles, but it was worth it. August was next highest with 115 miles for the month. I do more miles when I’m training for events, so I’ll need to keep that in mind next year. I’ve already signed up for two and plan to sign up for others in 2020.

I also ran with Jen and Glynis and their bots in Ellon in August… I must see if I can do that again next year st some point when I’m up visiting my Dad again. They’re some of the friendliest people I know and the cake afterwards was amazing.

May and June In 2019 were my lowest mileage months, 60 miles each, in May I was away on holiday (but kept the gym up) and in June I wasn’t very well. But hey ho, I managed to average about 80-85 miles a month.

Halfs in March (X2), and the end of September saw the miles build up towards then (even though I was on holiday in September too).

It’s a bit warm out today… the birds seem a bit confused and don’t know what’s happening and I’m considering moving to wearing shorts and t shirt again, but we’ll see. Winter is probably just around the corner again after a freak warm week.

Well that’s me – 1,000 miles for 2019. Thanks to everyone who ran with me and helped me in the last year. It’s been a great help to get me out the door and I hope I’ve helped others too.

Did you set any goals this year? If so, did you achieve them?

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