Personal Targets

200km in 2019

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I will aim to get out running/walking at least once a week and aim to get 200km by the end of the year

Run and try to survive 1000km in 2019

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In 2017 I ran about 252 miles, in 2018 I managed a whole 273 miles, this is the year I plan to double that, by hitting a 1000km in 2019, a healthy 621 miles. If I happen to lose any weight at all ...
In 2017 I ran about 252 miles, in 2018 I managed a whole 273 miles, this is the year I plan to double that, by hitting a 1000km in 2019, a healthy 621 miles.

If I happen to lose any weight at all that would be appreciated, but isn't the goal. At the end of this year I want to have hit at least one goal, and that has to be this one. Added to that I might throw my first marathon in for good look.

I am expecting tears and some really hard days, but lets go for it.

365k: a k a day keeps the sofa away

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365k challenge. My challenge is to run 365k over the course of a year - this doesn't have to be a k a day, runs can be any length, so long as the total by 31/12/2019 is 365 or more. This will be c...
365k challenge.
My challenge is to run 365k over the course of a year - this doesn't have to be a k a day, runs can be any length, so long as the total by 31/12/2019 is 365 or more.
This will be challenging for me as previously my highest monthly total was 25.

Run_3650

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In 2019 I will be challenging myself to run, an average of, 10 miles a day everyday for one year. I plan to complete at least 3650 miles. I say at least because I will be completing some half/full mar...
In 2019 I will be challenging myself to run, an average of, 10 miles a day everyday for one year. I plan to complete at least 3650 miles. I say at least because I will be completing some half/full marathons as well.
I want to raise money and awareness for a fantastic charity, that relies solely on charitable contributions, doing great work to help people suffering with Rett syndrome.

Parkrun Power

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I aim to complete 25 Parkruns this year to take my total to 50. That will mean that I will have to do one every 2 weeks. Sounds easy but but not easy to achieve when other things can get in the way!! ...
I aim to complete 25 Parkruns this year to take my total to 50. That will mean that I will have to do one every 2 weeks. Sounds easy but but not easy to achieve when other things can get in the way!! It's taken me 4 years to get to 25!

Well I will run 500 miles...

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I will run/jog/walk 500 miles in 2019. I graduated from a beginners couch to 10k course in July 2018 and have since ran 5k, 10k and a couple of 10 mile runs with my club Sittingbourne Striders. I ha...
I will run/jog/walk 500 miles in 2019.
I graduated from a beginners couch to 10k course in July 2018 and have since ran 5k, 10k and a couple of 10 mile runs with my club Sittingbourne Striders. I have signed up to two half marathons in March, one for Macmillan cancer support in memory of my Mum. I ran nearly 500k last year and have switched to miles, so 500 miles this year will be a big challenge!

I can run 500 miles

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I will run 500 miles in 2019. These miles will be made up of treadmill, running with friends, parkruns and medal races.

Poppy promise

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Ok.... I hate running but I need to start!! I promised my hubby after he finished his rememberance day run that I would train and run it too in 2019. ? Still done nothing in the way of putting a pair...
Ok.... I hate running but I need to start!!
I promised my hubby after he finished his rememberance day run that I would train and run it too in 2019. ? Still done nothing in the way of putting a pair of trainers on!

So to keep my promise I am going to start my training. It can only be a good thing as it should help lose the weight I have piled on since having a baby, moving house and Christmas ?????

So I need to run 3 times a week. I know I need to build my distance up so I can run 5km by November and I need to do hill training as the run in November is up a ruddy big one!!?

So from a non runner ... to someone who can finish an uphill 5km race (and keep up the running after so I can stay fit and well for all my family) I want to make my husband and my kids proud❣️
Time to put my trainer in and bite the bullet!!
Here I go!!! ???

Run or rum

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Run 50k each month

I'm Gonna Be 500 Miles (Just like the Proclaimers!)

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Walking, jogging or running 500 miles in 2019. I managed 350 last year, so here goes!

I can run 500 miles

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I will run 500 miles in 2019.

I can run 500 miles

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I aim to run a total of 500 miles by the end of 2019. I did couch to 5k in 2018 and want to keep on improving and pushing myself. I managed 370 miles last year so know I am able to push myself even fu...
I aim to run a total of 500 miles by the end of 2019. I did couch to 5k in 2018 and want to keep on improving and pushing myself. I managed 370 miles last year so know I am able to push myself even further this year

500k challenge

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Run Jojo Run 2019

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This year, 2018, I covered 711 miles in total, mixture of walking and running. Next year, I want to cover 800..yes that's right 800 miles over 12 months. It equates to just over 2.1 miles a day, 15.3 ...
This year, 2018, I covered 711 miles in total, mixture of walking and running. Next year, I want to cover 800..yes that's right 800 miles over 12 months. It equates to just over 2.1 miles a day, 15.3 a week and 66.6 a month. I will do this as a mixture of walking and running, but will aim for atleast 400 miles of running :)

10k per week for 2019

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To run 10k every week during 2019 to get more fit and active. To encourage my husband to get fitter as well by going to the gym together twice per wewk

Boxing day 2018 to Christmas day 2019

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To run every day from Boxing Day 2018 to Christmas Day 2019. I will have to run for a minimum of 10 minutes a day for 365 days.

Rach's running 2019

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To run at least 3 times every week for at least 4km each run for January and 5km each run for February onwards

Stes 500km Running Challenge

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I have started this challenge as a new runner who runs on average 2-3km per run every other day to test my persistence and give me the motivation to continue. I'm hoping that throughout the year my ru...
I have started this challenge as a new runner who runs on average 2-3km per run every other day to test my persistence and give me the motivation to continue. I'm hoping that throughout the year my runs will get longer.

I want to test myself, and see what I really am made of.

I look forward to completing the challenge and earning this amazing medal.

I think a little about me is required here... I have stage 4 renal failure, I have already had a successful kidney transplant and this has worked for the last 4 years however is declining in function. Therefore I want to achieve as much as I can before I have to go back on dialysis. I have finally found something I really love doing!

It's funny because I would always see runners and think that looks like a lot of hard work and never think of doing it myself. Then one day I tried and I realised I was right! It is a lot of hard work... But it's a lot of fun!

Continue Running everyday

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Continue running everyday through 2019 to get to 709 days without a break from running and continue into 2020. This is my second streak of running my first i made it to 815 stopped due to health reas...
Continue running everyday through 2019 to get to 709 days without a break from running and continue into 2020. This is my second streak of running my first i made it to 815 stopped due to health reasons.

Hanna for 260

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My challenge is to run regularly throughout 2019 and to run at least 260 km. in 2018 I managed 148 km and a big part of why it wasn't more is because of how sporadically I hit the pavement. If I run 2...
My challenge is to run regularly throughout 2019 and to run at least 260 km. in 2018 I managed 148 km and a big part of why it wasn't more is because of how sporadically I hit the pavement. If I run 260 km by running regularly it averages out to 5 km a week.
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