For better or for worse, I’m Janathoning.

Sort of.

I wasn’t going to.  I really can’t face blogging every day, I won’t be logging my activity on running free, and I’m also not going to be running every day because I don’t want to court another injury.

Which may well leave you wondering what I will be doing.  To which the answer is stretching, lunging, squatting, balancing and foam rolling.  All the little everyday routines which I should be doing to complement my running, but which have completely fallen by the wayside while I’ve been injured.

This could be my toughest Janathon challenge yet!

 

 

 

 

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7 Responses to For better or for worse, I’m Janathoning.

  1. Sharon says:

    Hooray you are in!

  2. plustenner says:

    you’re in good company! and we don’t need to blog each day, we can tweet our updates 🙂

  3. Sharon says:

    Tweeting is cheating!

  4. Louise, I find myself in the same dilema ! After the fun of Janathon 2013, February was the month it all went horribly wrong for me and my 3 marathons a few weeks later were in danger of not being run. This year I haven’t signed up for a full (yet). I’m anxious of suffering the same injury…so, like you, I’ll probably sign up but not run every day…

  5. I actually had every intention of NOT doing it too, but I’m not sure what happened…. Lack of willpower too, I guess.

    Stay injury free.
    Happy new year.

  6. I like your method of dealing with a Janathon challenge, it can be tough on your bones and muscles if you aren’t very careful and I’m keen to see you back doing what I know you can do best – ULTRAs. Best of luck with routines you’ve got planned and see you out and about, on roads and trails

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