Money can buy a lot of things, but it doesn’t wiggle its butt every time you come in the door
Every now and then I like to switch it up and take Hank The Tank on a #run with me. Something must be working because I’m down 18lbs and counting since May! Are you ready to change your life physically, mentally and emotionally? No you don’t have to go on a run everyday, I just get the urge to try it every once in a while to switch it up. Let’s get started! 2 spots left for my group in August!
Jules, I can’t feel my hips when I’m with you / trying to keep up with you. But I like it.
City2Surf is the biggest fun run in Australia : 14 km with 80,000 runners! If I had to sum it up in three words they would be : huge, hilly and hectic. ♀️
Overall I was super happy with my race. I decided not to wear a watch and just go on feel (my style 99% of the time). Does timing give anyone else huge anxiety?! I like to know after but I don’t want to know anything during. I kept it conservative with my pace for the first half of the race, by no means was this a casual jog! It wasn’t until the 8 km marker that I started to feel my legs and hip flexors burn. At the 9 km marker I told myself to pretend that the race had just started and it was a just 5 km. That actually worked well! When I saw the 3 km to go sign I started sprinting to the finish.
Great energy. I crossed the line in 73:17 woo! My original goal was just to run the whole time but my secret goal was to go sub 80 and I tucked under that nicely.
Jules, my grade 9 math desk buddy, university roomie and life long love is a freaking legend! She crossed the line in 61:51. AHmazing. Guys I can’t even begin to explain how quick that is. I was motoring at a respectable quick run pace and even sprinting at some points during the 14 kms - and Jules was still TWELVE minutes quicker than me. She is an exceptional athlete in incredible condition training for the upcoming gold surf live saving race and it’s very inspiring to see Jules crush her goals. And her ciders.