Post Your Small, or Big, Victory For The Day! (Read 5602 times)


running > all else

    Those milestones are so meaningful. They keep you motivated. FANTASTIC work!

    I ran 5 miles today. The longest I have ever run!
    Andy X


      I hit my 24th consecutive month with 100+ miles over the weekend.

       

      Not a huge accomplishment, but one that I feel is important to my long term success and commitment to running.

       

      Thanks to physio & pain management, I finally went through my first ever 100 miles a month barrier last night, so I have a way to go to match you npaden but I'm personally very happy! A couple of months back it didn't seem likely, now I'm more confident that I will feel ok up until the London Marathon in April & then beyond.

        Good job, folks!  It wasn't too long ago that a one mile run was a milestone for me! Smile

        Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.


        Hungry

          Great job on all the big and small victories!

          With an injury, nasty cold, and bad weather, my running victories have been few and far between lately. So my small victory for today was that, for the first time, I dunked a ball. Well, a snowball. The hoop may not have been regulation height, either.

           

          dunk

          Andy X


            Great pic SubDood, if the UK had snow like that everything would grind to a halt!

            Chris Pinney


              listening to my body and resting today.very impressive for me and Its 60 degrees.

              jimmyb


                Finished and published my first comic of the year after about a month of learning how to draw with a tablet and the open-source GIMP software. Learning new software puts the panties of my mind all in a bunch, as the directions are always written as if a robot was hired to write them. But I got there, and have created a system. Yay! 

                Log    PRs

                  Finished and published my first comic of the year after about a month of learning how to draw with a tablet and the open-source GIMP software. Learning new software puts the panties of my mind all in a bunch, as the directions are always written as if a robot was hired to write them. But I got there, and have created a system. Yay! 

                   

                  Good job.  Hope you can unsnarl the panties of your mind now.  Gimp is worth learning, but yeah, it takes perseverance.  There are some decent tutorials out there in the webz, outside the official documentation.

                  Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.

                  Runslowalksalot


                    I'm on my 4th day with no alcohol and as a result of my increased recovery rate ( or simply lack of recovery inhibitor) I was able to run 2 consecutive days; and felt good about  it!

                    snapa55


                      Just ended the month with a 6 mile run, bringing my February total to 206 miles.  By far the most I've ever run in a month!

                      5K: 18:43 (12/13) 10K: 42:50 (12/12) HM: 1:30:10 (3/14) M: 3:34:46 (5/14)


                      running > all else

                        Running in the 7 to 8 mile category now, per run...not timing it, and can't believe how well it's going. It was suggested here (and by a few runners in my offline life) for me to stop timing myself, and what a world of difference. I'm running longer now, and enjoying it more. Smile

                         

                        My HM is in June, will I eventually be timing myself before that? I just wonder if that ever becomes something to focus on, for a long distance race. (unless you're obviously shooting for a certain time, as an elite runner, etc)


                        Consistently Slow

                          Just ended the month with a 6 mile run, bringing my February total to 206 miles.  By far the most I've ever run in a month!

                          Run until the trail runs out.

                          2013***1500 miles

                          50 miler

                          Race Less Train More

                           

                          Ana Trason  "Living Her Life"

                          "The Marble in The Groove"

                           

                          unsolicited chatter

                          http://bkclay.blogspot.com/


                          Consistently Slow

                            Running in the 7 to 8 mile category now, per run...not timing it, and can't believe how well it's going. It was suggested here (and by a few runners in my offline life) for me to stop timing myself, and what a world of difference. I'm running longer now, and enjoying it more. Smile

                             

                            My HM is in June, will I eventually be timing myself before that? I just wonder if that ever becomes something to focus on, for a long distance race. (unless you're obviously shooting for a certain time, as an elite runner, etc)

                            WTG.

                            No watch. No way. In my world.

                            Run until the trail runs out.

                            2013***1500 miles

                            50 miler

                            Race Less Train More

                             

                            Ana Trason  "Living Her Life"

                            "The Marble in The Groove"

                             

                            unsolicited chatter

                            http://bkclay.blogspot.com/


                            Consistently Slow

                              4:57:16 Albany marathon. 1st time under 5 in almost a year. It was a mostly flat course with some gradual inclines. I will take it.

                              Run until the trail runs out.

                              2013***1500 miles

                              50 miler

                              Race Less Train More

                               

                              Ana Trason  "Living Her Life"

                              "The Marble in The Groove"

                               

                              unsolicited chatter

                              http://bkclay.blogspot.com/

                                4:57:16 Albany marathon. 1st time under 5 in almost a year. It was a mostly flat course with some gradual inclines. I will take it.

                                 

                                Ah, we're in Georgia.  Confused me for a minute.

                                 

                                Anyway, WTG and congrats, runnerclay!

                                Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.