Marathon Motivation Monday

Hello all,

So exactly 1 month from today I will have (hopefully) completed my 2nd marathon. Yesterday was my “D-day”. I had to complete a local 15K and if I could finish it I could do the marathon next month. Well, I finished a bit tight but completely upright so that means marathon next month.

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I know I’m not trained right for this race but I know I can finish it! I did 9.3 miles on Sunday. My plan is to do 12 miles next week and 14 the following week. I just need to get some miles under my belt, I know the fitness level is there! I have a plan and I am going to stick to it!

So, here goes nothing!! Mickey 20th anniversary here I come!!

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7 thoughts on “Marathon Motivation Monday

  1. kimmiepcft says:

    Hope to see you in Disney. My longest so far was 17, and i hope to do 20 next week. I plan to finish upright, don’t really care if I run the whole thing! Can’t wait for that medal!

  2. roscoemd says:

    I was anxious to see how your race went since I know it was D-Day. Looks like you had a good pace. I will be there cheering you on and acting as sherpa as needed for Marathon day!

  3. Lanie Elgar says:

    Running a marathon may seem daunting, but with the right training, 26.2 miles is perfectly doable. Even people who have never run a distance longer than 3 or 4 miles can successfully train for and run their first marathon. Even seasoned marathon runners benefit from structured training programs, especially if they have a goal to finish it in a certain amount of time.Do you want to run a marathon? Well, all it takes to do so is to select a good training program and to make the commitment to stick with the plan. The training is designed to help condition your body to withstand.’

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