Beginners and Beyond

December Goals (Read 449 times)

tessasnewlife


    Run 4-6 days a week.

    Enjoy life

    Sharz96


      Stay on my base-building schedule

      75 miles in Dec.

      Ken WD


        - First 100 mile month

        - Stay on track with training plan

        - Get out of family commitments for long enough to run 10 mile race on Boxing Day


        Anomalous

          1. Enjoy the time with loved ones and not stress so much about running (good time to rest a bit).

          2. Finish my 5th half marathon strong and end a successful first year of racing.

          3. See how close to 1,000 miles I can get. I surpassed my 2012 goal of 800.

          4. Continue my peaceful existence.

          Half Fanatic  #3091  ~   Marathon debut: 11/16/13 Anthem Richmond Marathon

          "Run from what’s comfortable. Forget safety. Live where you fear to live. Destroy your reputation. Be notorious." - Rumi

            Stay healthy and hit 1,000 miles for the year.

            catty


            Goddess of the Cuisine

              1. Be healthy

              2. 60 miles

              3. Don't let the holidays interfere with my running

              4. Don't get sick after my 5k

              5. Bring sexy back

               Well, now I'll be singing that for the rest of the day.

              kettledrum


                1. Stay injury free

                2. run 20 miles in one week for the 1st time

                3. run 70 miles in one month for the 1st time

                4. post something here instead of lurking 100% of the time

                lilac_jive


                Jess runs for bacon

                  1. Stay injury free

                  2. run 20 miles in one week for the 1st time

                  3. run 70 miles in one month for the 1st time

                  4. post something here instead of lurking 100% of the time

                   

                  Welcome!

                   

                  1) Don't get hurt

                  2) Stay with my marathon training

                  3) Have my first 100 mile month (as a result of above training)

                  4) Enjoy the ride!

                   

                  www.backuprunner.net


                  Old , Ugly and slow

                    Start running again after Knee Injury.

                    first race sept 1977 last race sept 2007

                     

                    2014goals   1300  miles  , 190 pounds , deadlift 400 touch my toes

                    daisymae25


                    Squidward Bike Rider

                      Let's see...I set a mileage goal of 1750 for the year, and I'm only at 1502 so far...so I guess run another 248 miles.....and try not to get injured in the process.

                      Robert31320


                      Running for TJ

                        RUN the entire distance of my 12/1/12 5K.

                         

                        70+ miles run.  I need 64 to exceed my revised annual goal of 600 miles.

                         

                        Get ready for 10 miles on New Years Day (first 10 miler).  Big grin

                        Having fun running.  No pace goals, no race goals, no schedule, just doing it. 

                         


                        Boss of the Mangoes

                          Stay healthy and uninjured.

                          "A" mileage goal-  160 miles

                          "B" mileage goal- mileage PR (over 135.9)

                          "...You have to have faith, to know that you can do what you want to do."  -Joseph Nzau

                          RunTomRun


                          Wickedly Average

                            December goals...

                             

                            1. stay healthy, as always

                            I did stay healthy

                             

                            2. keep mileage between 25 and 30 mpw

                            Didn't quite make that one. I took one easy week, and fell short on 2 others.

                             

                            3. hill work once a week, expand on it.

                            Except for the easy week, I did do hill work every week. Helped in yesterday's race.

                             

                            4. fast finish to all easy runs.

                            I've been doing a sprint finish on many of my runs, but I'm not sure if it's helped me or not.

                             

                            5. longer (1200 and 1600 m) intervals when I do speed work

                            Check

                             

                            6. 3 long runs (10+ miles)

                            Nope - only 1 10-mile run this month.

                             

                            That's enough to keep me busy for, say, 120 miles. Might throw a 5K in somewhere to see where my VDOT lies.

                             

                            Well, my next 5K is likely to be in February. I fell just a bit short of my VDOT prediction in yesterday's race, but it was a little hilly and that does slow me down a bit. My December mileage fell short as well - 91 total miles. Just too many things to do, plus I think I messed up by trying to streak for several days. All that did was prevent my body from getting the rest that it needed. My easy week is a direct result of the streak, I think.

                            Tom (formerly known as PhotogTom)

                            5K - 25:16, 10K - 55:31,  15K - 1:20:55,   HM - 1:54:54

                            sunfastrose


                            Fatty McFatFat

                              1.  150+ miles

                              2.   Festivus 5K (12/9) - with cousin, have a good time, not aiming for a PR but don't hold back anyway!

                              3.   Bring my diet back under control.  Am currently on day 3 of tracking calories again.

                              4.   Build back up to 40+ mile weeks so I can be ready for a super awesome HM training cycle in 2013!

                                1.  My second half marathon.

                                2.  Training for first marathon.

                                3.  Reach my Weight Watchers goal weight.

                                4.  Post more instead of only lurking.

                                5.  Stay healthy, enjoy holidays and time off work.