Dash dot dot

As promised, I ran into work again this morning.  Most of it felt like a hard fought plod, but at the end, I managed a short stretch that felt effortless.

I get a similar feeling at the end of most parkruns.  I work my way around, but at the end, as the finish comes into sight, I seem to relax as I head for the line.

So this evening, running home, I tried to capture that ‘relax for the line’ feeling and not worry about how far I had to go.  It sort of worked… though after a mile of speedy (for me) relaxed running, I was panting like a good ‘un and powerless to resist the lure of a train.

I then ran home from the station, trying to treat the full half mile in the same way.

So a 4 mile run, a mile run and a half mile run for me today.  Not spectacular, but it does bring me to 71 janathon miles, which beats my effort from last year.

Yay!

 

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A Bradypus or Sloth am I, I live a life of ease, contented not to do or die but idle as I please; ... [Michael Flanders and Donald Swann]
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9 Responses to Dash dot dot

  1. Well done for passing last year’s total, that’s quite an achievement.

  2. JovialGnome says:

    Nice one, full marks for effort! 🙂

  3. runtezza says:

    Congrats on surpassing yourself ! (plus thanks for the great ‘training’ tip, geddit?)

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  5. jensruns2011 says:

    Great stuff, well done 🙂

  6. fortnightflo says:

    Woohooo fab mileage for the month esp as you haven’t even run every day!

  7. henniemavis says:

    Spectacular finish, really! WOO HOO! It’s been a pleasure “watching” (OK, reading) you 🙂

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