There are many reasons why I run.
I run to keep healthy. I run to accomplish goals (11 races last year). I run to socialize with running friends. I run for a purpose with Team in Training to support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Many reasons and every runner has them.
Somehow after the last race in November last year I was deflated, unmotivated, no zest for running. So in December I vowed to at least walk 1 mile every day. And I did. Mostly to get my Christmas shopping done, but hey – it worked. 🙂
Now, as January has started I am joining John Bingham’s The Penguin’s 100 Day Challenge, to get my motivation back and get ready for my new life in California. The Penguin’s 100 Day Challenge is the following:
Move 30 minutes each day intentionally!
That’s it. Easy, right?
Blog about your daily activities or post them on the 100 Days Challenge Facebook page.
Let’s get going! Join me and start the new year healthy and happy! 🙂
My stats so far – as soon as it stops raining, I’ll run again 🙂 :
Jan 1 – 70 minutes of walking briskly with friends
Jan 2 – 30 minutes of core training
Jan 3 – 30 minutes of walking with my dad