I feared I had fallen off the Janathon wagon. I’d exercised but not tweeted or blogged about it since last Monday (I think), but I have managed to catch up with the Janathon wagon and jumped on board – ready in time for the end! There are only three more days to go!
Not Much of a Runner wrote an excellent post about preparing for the -athons, and I am genuinely wishing that I had paid a bit more heed to his
warnings sage advice. Needless to say that unless you have a truly exceptionally interesting life, the chance is that blogging every single day is much harder than exercising each day. Don’t get me wrong though – I will be very much looking forward to a complete day off on 1st February! Juneathon means I am going to have to think a bit more and be more creative about what I am doing, both in terms of exercising and blogging.
Today’s exercise has consisted of a run. It was meant to be 2 miles, but was only 1.67 in the end. I was pleased with my pace but I really need to stop walking as it is hard to get going again. My knees were a bit tender and my ankle was a bit grumbly but overall it wasn’t too bad. Best bit? I finally got to wear my base layer, it is cold enough at last!
Weigh in wasn’t too horrendous – I maintained.