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365k my way

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My challenge for this year is to really push myself and get moving and achieve 365km which is obviously 1km a day. It will be an average as some days will aim for more but by end of the year want to h...
My challenge for this year is to really push myself and get moving and achieve 365km which is obviously 1km a day. It will be an average as some days will aim for more but by end of the year want to have hit 365km. I have already done 1k yesterday and so it's begun. This is my year 2019 bring it on!!!

1000km for 2019

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To run 1000km in 2019. In 2018 I ran just over 600km but was pregnant and stopped running at 37 weeks up until 6 weeks post partumn. This year I want to hit 1000km

Dashing not Dopey

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To run at least 300k in 2019 to include at least 3 different organised events including two half marathons.

Now That's What I Call A Challenge 2019

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I will log at least 52 runs of 1 mile or more this year. This will average out at 1 per week though some weeks will be more and some weeks none at all as life will no doubt get in the way at sometime....
I will log at least 52 runs of 1 mile or more this year. This will average out at 1 per week though some weeks will be more and some weeks none at all as life will no doubt get in the way at sometime. Also to be on the yoga mat no less than 3 times a week.

10k per month

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I want to run at least 10k over each month.

I will run 500 miles

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I failed in this challenge last year so in 2019 I will run 500 miles and I will do it for me. I aim to get fitter and improve my speed, sub 2.30 half marathon would be great. More regular yoga and Pil...
I failed in this challenge last year so in 2019 I will run 500 miles and I will do it for me. I aim to get fitter and improve my speed, sub 2.30 half marathon would be great. More regular yoga and Pilates classes can only be a positive too. 2019 I'm coming for ya ?

Now That's What I call 2019

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I will ty swm at least a mile per week

Running4change

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Having started running in April 2018, it is really beginning to change my life for the better. This year I want to continue to push myself and run to change and improve both my physical and mental hea...
Having started running in April 2018, it is really beginning to change my life for the better. This year I want to continue to push myself and run to change and improve both my physical and mental health.

This year my running challenges are to:

* Complete a sub 30 5k
* Complete a sub 1 hour 10k
* Complete two half marathons
* Run 1000k over the entire year.

#Running4change

2019 Stepping it up!

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For 2019, I am challenging myself to the following:

Complete my first half marathon
Run 500km across the whole year
Attend and complete 12 organised events/races across the year

Now that's what I call a challenge 2019

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365km walk, jog or run just a small amount each day to complete this challenge! You got this!!!

Just Do It!

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This challange is to complete 10k plus a week every week. This can be in small 3 mile sections or all in one go but it has to be 10k or more. if i succeed I will donate to Cancer Research in Memory o...
This challange is to complete 10k plus a week every week. This can be in small 3 mile sections or all in one go but it has to be 10k or more.
if i succeed I will donate to Cancer Research in Memory of my Aunt who died suddenly this December 2018 of Ovarian, liver and bone cancer. Gone but never forgotten xxxx

Be faster... Fitter... Stronger :)

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My aim for 2019 is to finally run a sub 40min 10k! I am also doing my first half marathon so hoping to run a sub 1hr 35mins. I have also moved to Cumbria so my challenge includes joining a new club, t...
My aim for 2019 is to finally run a sub 40min 10k! I am also doing my first half marathon so hoping to run a sub 1hr 35mins. I have also moved to Cumbria so my challenge includes joining a new club, that incorporates fell running!

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

Now That's What I Call A Challenge 2019

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My challenge for this year is to really push myself and get moving and achieve 365km which is obviously 1km a day. It will be an average as some days will aim for more but by end of the year want to h...
My challenge for this year is to really push myself and get moving and achieve 365km which is obviously 1km a day. It will be an average as some days will aim for more but by end of the year want to have hit 365km. I have already done 1k yesterday and so it's begun. This is my year 2019 bring it on!!!

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.

goodbye weight

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This is a great motivation and something I can work towards all year. By healthy eating and completing more exercise I will lose 6 stone which is 38.1kg I struggle to stay motivated as life gets in ...
This is a great motivation and something I can work towards all year.
By healthy eating and completing more exercise I will lose 6 stone which is 38.1kg
I struggle to stay motivated as life gets in the way. Hopefully this will help

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!
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