New Year's Resolutions Related to Running? (Read 582 times)

    I hereby resolve to learn how to brew my own beer.  


    Don't tell me this isn't related to running.


      Stay healthy and consistent – no getting off track for a month or two like Aug & Sept 2012.

      Run 1,200 miles. 

      Run a HM in the fall.

        To train like I mean it.

        Runners run.

          Resolution sounds like I need to change....

          I don't want to change.


          I want to "do what I can do", and "enjoy what I do".

          I plan on another full Ironman in May.


          But, the "do what I can do" has been my resolution since 1999, and although what I can do today is different from what I could do in 1999, there hasn't been any change in my plans.

          2016 Goals:

          #1: Do what I can do. <not doing well>

          #2: 1/2 Ironman (New Orleans, LAI) <DONE>


          Are we there yet?

            No resolutons as such but I plan out each year with my race schedule, goal times, and what I need to run to get there. The biggest change for 2013, and this was made a while ago so not strictly speaking a New Year's resolution, is to run my first ultra. That's a big change for me because my normal race distances are 800m - 5K.

            2016 Goals: Exceed 100K in a 24-Hour race, run more trail races (2 currently scheduled)

              After a couple of years of running without a purpose , what Nobby would call crap shooting, will try to stick to a plan, at least until April, when I plan to test the plan's effectiveness.

              Biking Bad

              finnegan begin again

                To follow in BadDawgs path and mark my turf

                "... the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly: it is dearness only that gives every thing its value..."  Thomas Paine Dec 23, 1776 The Crisis 


                Adversity is the first path to truth. Lord Byron


                "No one plans to fail…..they fail to plan" Skinny Pete