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A better 2019

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I am aiming to loose weight, not sure how much but I'll know when I get there. I am currently 16st 10lb (6ft) so I think I'm aiming for 14st 10lb and see how I feel when I get there. I will update m...
I am aiming to loose weight, not sure how much but I'll know when I get there. I am currently 16st 10lb (6ft) so I think I'm aiming for 14st 10lb and see how I feel when I get there. I will update my challenge when I get to that weight (if needed). I also aim to walk (usually power walking pushing a full large double pushchair) at least 5k a week. I know that doesn't seem much but I rarely do anything over and above my 'normal' working routines so power walking will suit me.

12 for 12

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I will compete in a challenge every month of 2019 and will finish 2019 with 12 medals.

Run faster

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Too much food and alcohol over the last few years have slowed my running times. Time to get back To fitness - hit a new 10K PB and finally beat the 1 hour hurdle for 10K.

Change the cycle

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To change my cycle of self destructive and unhealthy lifestyle to help improve a serious health condition and cycle at least 25k a month on a stationary bike.

Run 1000km in 2019 and walk the 52.4 miles 'race to the tower' in 1 day in june, :)

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My challenge for 2019 is to lose 1.5stone, to succeed the 'race to the tower' 52.4 mile walk in one day in June, and medalmad 'eat sleep run repeat 1000km' in 2019. I am a mum of 6 the youngest being...
My challenge for 2019 is to lose 1.5stone, to succeed the 'race to the tower' 52.4 mile walk in one day in June, and medalmad 'eat sleep run repeat 1000km' in 2019.
I am a mum of 6 the youngest being just 1 and I now work on a Monday and Saturday so this is a challenge me to find time to do it along with the fitness challenge!!

I would run 500 miles ?

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I will run at least 500 miles in 2019, i was off by 32 miles due to illness in 2018 so I am determined to complete it this time.

1000 Miles in 2019 Challenge

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After becoming unwell over 3 years ago and having to have major surgery. I went from being extremely active to inactive. I have spent a long time being exercise free and gradually have became more an...
After becoming unwell over 3 years ago and having to have major surgery. I went from being extremely active to inactive. I have spent a long time being exercise free and gradually have became more and more unfit. This has also resulted in me piling on the pounds so for 2019 I want to make a change. I'm challenging myself to walk or run 1000 miles in a year (approximately 20 miles a week) and at the same time increase my fitness and hopefully lose some weight too (as part of Now that's what I call a challenge 2019).

Run Every Day 2019

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My goal for 2019 is to run every day and cover at least 1000 miles while fundraising for Mind. The majority of my running will be on my treadmill following advice from my rheumatologist to keep my dis...
My goal for 2019 is to run every day and cover at least 1000 miles while fundraising for Mind. The majority of my running will be on my treadmill following advice from my rheumatologist to keep my distance under 10k and to avoid road running altogether ???

A Event Every Month for 2019

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A Event Every Month for 2019

Lost My Mojo

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I've lost my running mojo completely towards the end of the year. I'm happy to complete one off 5km races but nothing looking term. I NEED to keep motivated.

Getting Back On The Bike

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To get back on my bike and cycle 500 miles alongside running the Eat, Sleep, Run, Repeat series of medals.

Run my arse off (literally)

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Using a combination of running, healthy eating and alcohol reduction I will lose at least 50 pounds. My weight crept up after having my little girl 4 years ago and suffering postnatal depression and a...
Using a combination of running, healthy eating and alcohol reduction I will lose at least 50 pounds. My weight crept up after having my little girl 4 years ago and suffering postnatal depression and anxiety. I am now in a viscous circle of eating cos I am anxious and being anxious and depressed about my weight gain. I started running for my mental health but alone it is not enough to tackle the weight loss but 2019 is going to be the year when I sort self out and get my arse into gear.

The Million Metre Challenge

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To move a million metres in 2019! This may be by walking or jogging, both in the gym and the great outdoors, cycling (I’ve just got a bike, but need to find some balance!) and using the Watt bike and ...
To move a million metres in 2019! This may be by walking or jogging, both in the gym and the great outdoors, cycling (I’ve just got a bike, but need to find some balance!) and using the Watt bike and rower. If I get really brave I might try a kayak or canoe! I’m also hoping to incorporate a big challenge or two into this one - Pen y Fan and Cotswold Way. I only discovered exercise this year, so this is a biggie!

At least twice a week

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To run at least twice a week. Increasing distance monthly until I manage 10k every month.

Run Bradders Run 2019

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My 2019 challenge is to run 75 miles a month.

Alan's 2019 Running Challenge - 100 miles per month!

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I'm aiming to complete at least 100 miles per month in 2019 - at least 1200 miles for the whole year - quite an increase of my 2018 total!

The Jeffertys 500 mile challenge

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We aim to complete 500 miles walking/cycling/swimming over 2019. We are a family of 3 - 2 adults (one with fibromyalgia which is a chronic pain condition) and a 6 year old. We have decided that all ou...
We aim to complete 500 miles walking/cycling/swimming over 2019. We are a family of 3 - 2 adults (one with fibromyalgia which is a chronic pain condition) and a 6 year old. We have decided that all our miles must be completed together as a family to count.

365 Run

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As part of Now that’s what I call a challenge 2019, I have challenged myself to run 365 days consequently from Christmas Day 2018 through to Christmas Eve 2019. Can also follow progress on Instagram @...
As part of Now that’s what I call a challenge 2019, I have challenged myself to run 365 days consequently from Christmas Day 2018 through to Christmas Eve 2019. Can also follow progress on Instagram @run365run

Running Nanny

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To run 750 miles by 31st December 2019

20km every week

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I ran minimum 20km every week
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