Phew! That was hard work: back into the running after a few weeks off.
Weight has increased by ½lb since Wednesday, but then I’d just eaten dinner and been out for two other Dinners since then.
That was hard work tonight.
Weighed myself this morning and I’ve gained 5lb since Christmas, despite starting to eat more vegetarian food (cheeky Nando’s on Friday notwithstanding…).
I now need to knuckle down for the Milton Keynes Half Marathon at the start of May: only 5 weeks away!
My first run since 2017: 10½ weeks or 2½ months plus I know I’ve put on shedloads of weight since the start of the year.
I got a bit lost trying to navigate the junctions and subways near the hotel and it was getting dark, cold and drizzling, so I cut it shorter than planned.
Not a good year at all: lots of injuries and illnesses plus work getting in the way.
Over the course of the year, that showed by a weight gain of 2.6kg/5.7lbs.
I cycled 119km in May, June and August rather than trying to cycle regularly at the weekends.
Walking to and from work with the occasional weekend wandering led to a total of 666km, which wasn’t really “Beasting” it…
Must. Try. Harder.
Five and a half weeks since my last run (in Toronto) and with those extra Christmas pounds to shift in the run-up (ho-ho!) to my wedding. More of a tun-walk-run than a proper run, but with my knee in a brace it was better safe than sorry.
-1.1°C and -6°C with windchill with a sprinkling of snow, mixed in with manflu. Still nice to get out before a long day ahead.
Just a quickie tonight as we have family coming over. Weight is exactly the same as earlier this week.
After a couple of weeks off for manflu – still not shifted that – it was back to the run commute.
Weight is down 0.7kg from the last weigh-in.